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# Question Video: Finding Ten Thousands More Than a Given Five-Digit Number Using a Place Value Table Mathematics

Find 10,000 more than the number given in the table.

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### Video Transcript

Find 10,000 more than the number given in the table.

In this question, we’ve been given a five-digit number in a place value table. And we have to find 10,000 more than this number. This number has 62 1,000s. Our number is 62,100. This is the ten thousands digit. The six is worth six 10,000s. 10,000, 20,000, 30,000, 40,000, 50,000, 60,000. If we add one more 10,000, instead of having six 10,000s, we’ll have seven, and the seven digit will be worth 70,000. 10,000 more than 62,100 is 72,100. The ten thousands digit increased by one.

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