4th grade math

name each number in two different ways

2,700
6,300
1,800
91,000

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  1. I'll do the first two.

    2,700 = twenty-seven hundred
    2,700 = two thousand, seven hundred

    6,300 = sixty-three hundred
    6.300 = six thousand, three hundred

    I'll be glad to check your answers to the other two.

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  2. 1,800 = eighteen hundred
    1,800 = one thousand, eight hundred

    91,000 = ninety one thousand
    91,000 = ????

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  3. Right!

    The last one is different, isn't it?

    How about: nine hundred ten hundreds?

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  4. Thank you so much Ms. Sue

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  5. You're very welcome, Alexis.

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  6. what are the 3 different ways to make the number 15, 638? with only hundreds, tens and ones?

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  7. Name each number 2 different ways
    90000000
    40000

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  8. Name each number in two ways 4,300

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