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## Class 2 math (India)

### Course: Class 2 math (India)>Unit 1

Lesson 2: Place value

# Place value example: 42

Sal shows 42 as 4 tens and 2 ones.

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• what does < > mean
• < means less than. > means its greater than hope this helped
• Can it be qualified by 40 tens? Why or why not?
• to see if it's correct for tens just add a 0 to the end of it
• i dont now what is 15 +4 because when i am doing the right awnser i says its wrong
• What did you enter as the answer? It's possible that you could have made a mistake somewhere, or the question may actually be wrong, in which case you should report it.
15 + 4 = 19. When you add two numbers, you count from the first number as many times as the second number says to. Since we are adding by 4, we count four from fifteen.
16, 17, 18, 19.
So, the answer is 19. Is this the same as what you are getting?
• Is there a video for place value for decimals?
• how do i do it with 100 instead of 10s and 50s and other crap
• you can use 4, 20,2,5,or 4 to go into 100
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• how do you muliptiply three digit by three digit numbers.
• I need help with this problem what is 1 ten plus 18 ones make