define each of the following terms.
a. Whole number
b. Digit
c. Place value
d. Rounded number
e. Equals

Whole numbers are the basic counting numbers. Digit: A single number. Place value: the value of each digit in a number. Rounded Number: A estimated number, a number found using estimation. Equals: exactly the same amount or value.

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Whole numbers are the basic counting numbers.

Digit: A single number.

Place value: the value of each digit in a number.

Rounded Number: A estimated number, a number found using estimation. Equals: exactly the same amount or value.

Digit: A single number.

Place value: the value of each digit in a number.

Rounded Number: A estimated number, a number found using estimation. Equals: exactly the same amount or value.

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In your own words, define each of the following terms.
a. Whole number
b. Digit
c. Place value
d. Rounded number
e. Equals

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Whole numbers are the basic counting numbers.

Digit: A single number.

Place value: the value of each digit in a number.

Rounded Number: A estimated number, a number found using estimation. Equals: exactly the same amount or value.

Digit: A single number.

Place value: the value of each digit in a number.

Rounded Number: A estimated number, a number found using estimation. Equals: exactly the same amount or value.

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