# Standard, Expanded, and Unit Form of Numbers

## Standard Form

## Expanded Form

Expanded form shows the value of each digit in a number. For example, the expanded form of 95.7 could be written as 90 + 5 + 0.7 or 9 tens + 5 ones + 7 tenths.## Unit Form

Unit form represents a number in terms of its place value units. For the number 9.057, the unit form could be written as 9 ones + 0.5 tens + 0.07 tenths.## Examples:

- 95.7 in standard form is 9 tens and 5 ones 7 tenths.
- 9.10 in expanded form is 9 ones and 10 hundredths.
- 541.701 in unit form is 5 hundreds 4 tens 1 ones 7 tenths 1 hundredths.

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Can you give an example of converting a number from standard form to expanded form?

To convert a number from standard form to expanded form, you can break down the value of each digit in the number. For instance, for the number 9.057, you would write it as 9 ones + 5 tenths + 7 thousandths in expanded form.