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# Question Video: Representing Two-Digit Numbers in Terms of Tens and Ones Mathematics • Second Year of Primary School

A number has been made from tens and ones. Pick the correct sum. What is the number?

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### Video Transcript

A number has been made from tens and ones. Pick the correct sum. Three ones and four tens, three tens and four ones, or 30 tens and four ones. What is the number?

Here are the tens. Let’s count how many there are. One, two, three. We have three tens. Now, let’s count the ones. One, two, three, four. Our number has three tens and four ones. Let’s pick the correct sum which says three tens and four ones which is this one in the middle. Our number has three tens and four ones. So this is the correct sum. The second part of the question asks us what the number is. Three tens and four ones make the number 34. Our number has three tens and four ones. And the number is number 34.

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