Naming Large Numbers
Naming Large Numbers: Learn
In previous lessons, you learned that the first 3 digits represent hundreds, the next 3 represent thousands, and then the next represent million.
Numbers larger than millions continue this grouping pattern, and their names end in -illion with the Latin prefixes (bi-, tri-, etc.).
The chart below shows the first 10 -illion names.
|Name||Number||How Many Zeros||Scientific Notation|
Naming Large Numbers: Practice
Name the Given Number
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Math Lessons by Grade
- Estimation and Mental Math
- Naming Numbers
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- Place Value