PLACE VALUE 
Within a given number every numeral has its own place value. For example in the number 2468  8 has the place value of ones, 6 has the place value of tens, 4 is hundreds and 2 is thousands. So the number will read as: Two thousand four hundred and sixty eight. If we add 1 before 2 the number 12468 will be read as Twelve thousand four hundred and sixty eight.

Here is a small table of place values that will be helpful in reading any number correctly. 
Use the table above to write the place values of the following numbers.
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35,609 


Thirty five thousand six hundred and nine.  
15,780,042  
Fifteen million seven hundred and eighty thousand and forty two.  
4,679,432  
Four million six hundred and seventy nine thousand four hundred and thirty two.  
100,398,125  
One hundred million three hundred and ninety eight thousand one hundred and twenty five.  
287,094,352,100  
Two hundred and eighty seven billion ninety four million three hundred and fifty two thousand and one hundred. 