Worksheet International Place Value System The International Place Value System uses periods of three digits separated by commas to represent large numbers. Each period has a specific name: Ones (units, tens, hundreds) Thousands (thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands) Millions (millions, ten millions, hundred millions) Billions (billions, ten billions, hundred billions) 1. Write the Place Value […]

Rational Numbers Between Two Rational Numbers Rational numbers are numbers which can be expressed in the form of p and q where q ≠ 0. We can find unlimited rational numbers between two rational numbers. A number between two rational numbers can be a rational number or a whole number. When we find whole number […]

Associative Property of Rational Numbers Associative Property Associative property of rational numbers states that when three or more rational numbers are added or multiplied the result remains same irrespective of how they are grouped. However, in the case of subtraction and division if the order of the numbers is changed then result will also change. […]

Commutative Property of Rational Numbers Commutative Property The commutative property of rational numbers states that when any two rational numbers are added or multiplied in any order the result we get same result. In case of subtraction and division, if order of numbers is change the result will also change. We will understand these properties […]

Properties of Rational Numbers Rational numbers Rational numbers are numbers which can be represented in the form of p/q, where p and q are any two integers and q is not equal to zero(q ≠ 0). Denominator and Numerator of a Rational Number In a rational number p/q, the integer p is the numerator and […]

Subtraction – Properties Properties of Subtractions 1. Subtracting 0 from any number, gives the number itself, means difference is nothing. 2. When we subtract any number from itself the result is zero, means difference is zero. 3. When we subtract 1 from any number, we get just before it, and the difference always equals the […]

Property of Integers – Commutative Addition The commutative property of addition states that, two integers can be added in any order, the result will be the same. Order of terms doesn’t matter, swapping of terms will not change the sum. Example: 9 + (-5) = 4 and (-5) + 9 = 4 So, 9 + […]