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This is an introductory lesson to the natural numbers unit.
Do you remember what a natural number is?
We use natural numbers for counting (cardinal number) or ordering (ordinal number).
The natural numbers are ordered, so you can compare two natural numbers:
7 > 4; 7 is greater than 4
3 < 9; 3 is less than 9
The natural numbers are unlimited.
The digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are used to write any natural number.
And in a number, the value of each digit depends on its position: units, tens, hundreds, thousand units...
Please, have a look to the video called VIDEO 1 by clicking on the button, where you can learn more about this.
Now, let's watch VIDEO 2.
After you have finished to watch the videos please do the four tasks that I have prepared for you.
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