Tuesday, 3 February 2015

WALA: place value of large numbers.



Wow! There are lots of people in the world. But, how do we write numbers that big?
Do you know how to write the population of these countries in numbers?

New Zealand - four million, five hundred and fifty-one thousand, three hundred and forty nine

Tonga - one hundred and five thousand, seven hundred and eighty-two

Iceland - three hundred and thirty-three thousand, one hundred and thirty-five

Vanuatu - two hundred and fifty-eight thousand, three hundred and one

Egypt - eighty-three million, three hundred and eighty-six thousand, seven hundred and thirty-nine

United Kingdom - sixty-three million, four hundred and eighty-nine thousand, two hundred and thirty-four

Aruba - ninety-three thousand, three hundred and six

India - one billion, two hundred and sixty-seven million, four hundred and one thousand, eight hundred and forty-nine

China - one billion, three hundred and ninety-three million, seven hundred and eighty-three thousand, eight hundred and thirty-six

USA - three hundred and twenty-two million, five hundred and eighty-three thousand and six

Finland - five million, four hundred and forty-three thousand, four hundred and ninety-seven

Japan - one hundred and twenty-six million, nine hundred and ninety-nine thousand, eight hundred and eight

Australia - twenty-three million, six hundred and thirty thousand, one hundred and sixty-nine

(Populations from: http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/population-by-country/)


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