Ok I guess I am not smarter than a 4th grader. The wife and I completed this assignment last time and they were incorrect. I have done one in which I thought was correct. Someone tell me how to figure out this assignment.

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- May 22nd 2007, 06:27 PMj-down4th Grade Math Assignment
Ok I guess I am not smarter than a 4th grader. The wife and I completed this assignment last time and they were incorrect. I have done one in which I thought was correct. Someone tell me how to figure out this assignment.

- May 22nd 2007, 06:44 PMdrain
What did you have last time that was incorrect? Maybe they want 77 hundreds? :confused:

- May 22nd 2007, 06:50 PMj-down4th Grade Homework
This is what we thought last time, but this is incorrect.

- May 22nd 2007, 06:58 PMdrain
Oh I think I get it. Its how many total in the number. So 77 hundreds, 770 10's 7700 ones. I think lol Are there any other instructions with it?

- May 22nd 2007, 07:02 PMJhevon
if those are incorrect, then the correct answer is:

77 hundreds for the first

5 hundreds for the second

31 hundreds for the last

there are no tens or ones for any of them. are you sure you're not missing a thousands column? - May 22nd 2007, 07:08 PMj-down4th Grade Homework
I am thinking that may be correct. Same here LOL, of course my kid just happen to leave the math book at school. I am going off the instructions from the worksheet. We had this same assignment about 3 weeks ago. My kid did the assignment in class, of course all were wrong and was told to correct the assignment at home.

- May 22nd 2007, 07:10 PMj-down4th Grade Homework
No the thousands column is not listed as an option.

- May 22nd 2007, 07:15 PMJhevon
question: was that table given to your kid? or did he have to come up with his own table?

if he has to come up with his own table, i'd add a thousands column. the result would look like this:

Number.......Thousands...........Hundreds.........Tens..........Ones

.7700...............7......................7..................0...............0

..500................0......................5..................0...............0

.3100...............3.......................1.................0...............0

of course, the problem here is: there's no challenge! all we are doing here is rewriting the numbers themselves with each digit in corresponding columns

EDIT: ok, since the thousands column is not listed, go with my first answer - May 22nd 2007, 07:21 PMj-down4th Grade Homework
No my kid didn't make up this table. Ok so are you saying this table is correct?

- May 22nd 2007, 07:34 PMJhevon
- May 22nd 2007, 07:40 PMpwr_hngry
- May 22nd 2007, 07:54 PMj-down4th Grade Homework
Thats what we tried the first time. It was marked wrong.