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Question Video: Understanding That Three-Digit Numbers Can Be Represented with Groups of Hundreds and Ones Mathematics

Find the missing three-digit number.

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Find the missing three-digit number.

We know that the blue circle tells us how many hundreds we have and the red circle tells us how many ones we have. We write our hundreds: eight hundreds as 800. 89 ones is the same as saying 89. And we add those together. Zero plus nine equals nine. Zero plus eight equals eight. Eight plus zero equals eight.

The missing number is 889, eight eight nine.

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