Maths Knowing Our Numbers part 8 (Questions) CBSE Class 6 Mathematics VI  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
Learn about the value of different numbers and how to write them using commas and numerals in the Indian and International Systems of numeration.
Key Insights
 đŠī¸ Understanding the value of numbers such as 1 lakh, 1 million, and 1 crore in relation to smaller units is essential in the Indian system.
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Transcript
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Questions & Answers
Q: How does 1 lakh relate to 10,000s in the Indian system of numeration?
In the Indian system, 1 lakh is equal to 10,000s. This means that for every jump of 10,000, you get to 1 lakh. So, 1 lakh equals 10 x 10,000 or 100,000.
Q: How is 1 million written in Indian numerals?
In the Indian system, 1 million is equal to 10 lakhs. Since 1 lakh is 100,000, 1 million would be 10 x 100,000 or 1,000,000.
Q: What is the value of 1 crore in millions?
In the Indian system, 1 crore is equal to 10 lakhs. Since 1 lakh is 1 million, 1 crore would be 10 x 1 million or 10 million.
Q: How do you write 23 lakhs, 30,010 in numerals?
In the Indian system, 23 lakhs, 30,010 would be written as 23,30,010.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video discusses the value of numbers such as 1 lakh, 1 million, and 1 crore and relates them to their corresponding values in the Indian and International Systems of numeration.

It explains how to write numbers using commas in both systems and provides examples.

The video also emphasizes the importance of understanding the positioning of digits in a number and how it affects its value and naming.