# 2.5 Numbers to 1,000

## Unit Goals

- Students extend place value understanding to three-digit numbers.

### Section A Goals

- Read, write, and represent three-digit numbers using base-ten numerals and expanded form.
- Use place value understanding to compose and decompose three-digit numbers.

### Section B Goals

- Compare and order three-digit numbers using place value understanding and the relative position of numbers on a number line.
- Represent whole numbers up to 1,000 as lengths from 0 on a number line.

### Glossary Entries

**bar graph**A way to show how many in each group or category using the length of rectangles.**centimeter**A length unit in the metric measurement system. There are 100 centimeters in a meter.

**compose**To make a new unit from 10 of the next smallest unit. For example, compose a ten from 10 ones.**data**Information about the things or people in a group.

Example: If you have a box of colored pencils, then the lengths and colors of each of the pencils are data about the pencils in the box.**decompose**To break a unit into 10 of the next smallest unit. For example, decompose a ten into 10 ones.**expanded form**A specific way of writing a number as a sum of hundreds, tens, and ones.

Expanded form writes a number as a sum of the value of each digit. Example: 482 written in expanded form is \(400 + 80 + 2\) .

**foot**A length unit in the U.S. customary measurement system.

There are 12 inches in a foot.

**inch**A length unit in the U.S. customary measurement system.

There are 12 inches in a foot.

**line plot**A way to show how many of each measurement using an x for each measurement.**meter**A length unit in the metric measurement system.

There are 100 centimeters in a meter.

**number line**A diagram that represents numbers as lengths from 0 using equally spaced tick marks or points.

**picture graph**A way to show how many in each group or category using pictures of the objects or symbols.