Math Grade 1 Quiz The numbers from 11 to 19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones1.NBT.B.2.B
In this standard, students learn about the structure of the numbers 11 through 19. While these numbers might seem a bit unusual at first, they can be understood as being composed of a ten and a certain number of ones. For instance, the number 13 is made up of one ten and three ones. This understanding reinforces the concept of place value and helps students to see the relationship between tens and ones in twodigit numbers, especially in the ‘tens’.
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How many ones are in the number 12?
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Which of the following numbers is made of one ten and seven ones?
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If you have the number 14, how many tens do you have?
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The number 18 is made up of how many ones?
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What does the number 15 represent?
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Which number represents one ten and six ones?
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How many tens are in the number 19?
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The number 13 is composed of:
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Question 9 of 10
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If you have the number 11, it can be thought of as:
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Which of the following numbers is made of one ten and zero ones?
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