make a place value drawing of a number that has  double the number of tens as ones and three times  the number of thousands as hundreds write the number.
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The Digits we use today are called "Hindu-Arabic Numerals" and look like these:

0   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9


We can use these on their own to count up to 9:

0  
1 one ball
2 one ballone ball
3 one ballone ballone ball
4 one ballone ballone ballone ball
5 one ballone ballone ballone ballone ball
6 one ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ball
7 one ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ball
8 one ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ball
9 one ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ball
?? one ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ballone ball

But what happens after 9?

 

Ten Or More ...

When we have more than 9 items, we start another column - the "tens" column - and we write down how many "tens" we have, followed by how many "ones" (also called "units").

 

by Level 10 User (57.4k points)

We can write the number as x in the ones, 2x as the tens, y as hundreds and 3y as thousands:

3y y 2x x

so examples would be:

9384, 6284, 3184, 9363, 6263, 3163, 9342, 6242, 3142, 9321, 6221, 3121.

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