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PONG

PLAY

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Game: PONG

Aim: Break the bricks, score points

Method:

Use your mouse or tap in the white bar to move the paddle horizontally to bounce the ball up the screen. Answer questions when you break the white bricks, score big points with the yellow bricks.

Your final score is based on correct answers, bricks broken and time taken.

Hit the PLAY button to play

'5-digit number: hundreds' for 4th grade

4th grade / Place value / Identify the place value / 5-digit number: hundreds

Each digit in a number has a specific place name and value depending on its position. In our base-10 numeral system, the place values are units, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on. We read these place values of a number from right to left, starting with the units.

For example, consider the 5 digit number 48,925

- The units position is occupied by the number 5
- The tens position is occupied by the number 2
- The hundreds position is occupied by the number 9
- The thousands position is occupied by the number 8
- The ten-thousands position is occupied by the number 4

When you see a 5 digit number, first find the ones and tens places by looking at the last two digits on the right. The hundreds place is the next digit to the left of the tens place. In our example above, the hundreds place is occupied by the number 9.

Once you have identified the hundreds place, the value of the hundreds digit is simply the digit multiplied by 100. In our example above,

The value of the hundreds digit of 48,925 is 9 x 100 = 900.

What is the hundreds digit value in the number 97,612?

Hundreds digit is 6, value of the hundreds digit is 600

This topic asks you to work out the value of the hundreds digit in a series of 5 digit numbers.

With our Pong math game you will be practicing the topic "*5-digit number: hundreds*" from 4th grade / Place value / Identify the place value. The math in this game consists of 20 questions that ask you to identify the value of the hundreds digit for each of these five-digit numbers.

This is our version of the classic early computer game "Breakout" (itself a development of the even earlier "Pong" game - we prefer that name) where a player controls a bar that knocks a ball or puck around the screen.

In our version of Pong/Breakout, there are 3 types of bricks for you to break: green bricks are worth just 2 points; yellow bricks are worth a whopping 50 points; breaking white bricks, which are worth 10 points, wins you a math question from the topic you have chosen.

You start with 5 lives. If the ball goes below the paddle, you lose a life and 200 points. The game ends when you answer all 10 questions or lose all your lives.

- This version of Pong is a one player game to learn or revise math
- Our PONG for math is a scoring game - play a few times and set a personal best score!
- Addictive! You may end up trying to avoid the white bricks so that you can play for longer...

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Rock fall * Four in a row * Sow grow * Choose or lose * Mix and match

GRADE

CATEGORY

TOPIC

PLAYER

SCORE

4th grade

Decimals

Words to decimal numbers

hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

1248

3rd grade

Place-value

Place value names: 4-digits

o

119

😁😁😁

5th grade

Measurements

Calculate volume of cuboids

the best

1131

✨️

7th grade

Algebra

Simplify like & unlike terms

anonymous

556

7th grade

Algebra

Simplify like & unlike terms

anonymous

190

7th grade

Algebra

Simplify like & unlike terms

anonymous

4

😆

6th grade

Number

Round numbers: nearest 1000

Jack

1268

🥰

6th grade

Number

Round decimals: nearest integer

anonymous

1132

8th grade

Number

Find percentages: units and decimals

Jack

53

8th grade

Number

Find percentages: units and decimals

Anon

58

'5-digit number: hundreds' for 4th grade

- Select the PONG game from the games selection page.
- On the settings page there are brief instructions on how to play.
- Click on PLAY to enter the game screen.
- The clock starts when the bell rings.
- Move your mouse (or finger tap or drag in the white bar for touch screens) to move your paddle left and right.
- Knock the ball back up the screen to break the bricks.
- You start with 1000 points and 5 lives.
- You lose 1 point every 2 seconds.
- 200 points are deducted from your score for each life lost
- Green bricks score 2 point, yellow bricks score 50 points, white bricks score 10 points and open the question screen.
- For each question click/tap on the correct answer or enter it using the keyboard.
- Wrong answers lose you 25 points but correct answers win you 50 points.
- Continue breaking bricks and answering questions until you have cleared all the question bricks.
- The game also ends if you lose all 5 of your lives.

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