Q: When 850 is written in expanded form why are there only two addends?

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standard form: .3 expanded form .3 its the same because there is only one place value being used

Generally, we use expanded form when numbers have more than one digit to show how they're constructed. 0.6 has only one digit, so expanded form doesn't really apply.

No it is not. Standard form is when you just have a number like 200. Expanded form is when you spell out the word like two hundred.

Only 0.3 since the tenths place is the only digit with any value.

The answer is 20 and they are: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,20,30,40,50,60,70,8… and 200 The reason is the expanded form of lets say 11 is 10+1 in which case it is not identical to its standard form. Numbers such as 30 is only 30 and is identical to its standard form.

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Generally, we use expanded form when numbers have more than one digit to show how they're constructed. 0.6 has only one digit, so expanded form doesn't really apply.

standard form: .3 expanded form .3 its the same because there is only one place value being used

No it is not. Standard form is when you just have a number like 200. Expanded form is when you spell out the word like two hundred.

Only 0.3 since the tenths place is the only digit with any value.

use the numbers 1-9 arranging them so the sum is correct for the two addends

The answer is 20 and they are: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,20,30,40,50,60,70,8… and 200 The reason is the expanded form of lets say 11 is 10+1 in which case it is not identical to its standard form. Numbers such as 30 is only 30 and is identical to its standard form.

Let's See: 1) Standard Form- 100,000 2) Expanded Form- 100,000- This number has no significant digits in the ten-thousand place and lower so the way it is written is the same as standard form. 3) Word Form- One hundred Thousand The number 100,00 can only be written in three different forms.

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23.5 = (2 x 10) + (3 x 1) + (5/10)

600 + 70 + 2.Expanded form is a way to write numbers by showing the value of each digit. In other words, expanded form is the method of pulling a number apart and expressing it as a sum of the values of each digit.The best way to identify the expanded form of a number is to simply write the number in words, which separates them in this way. Each number in the expanded form has only one non-zero digit, and zeroes.Six hundred seventy two is in three parts: Six hundred, seventy, and two.Now express this as a sum of digits.672 = 600 + 70 + 2