# Hairu and the numbers (Mathematics concept)

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Hairu loves to count. He counts his collection of stickers and make sure he does not lose the stickers. He also exchanges the stickers with his friends. At certain times, he can use 1 sticker to exchange 2 or 3 stickers with his friends because his friends like his stickers. As he collects more and more stickers, he needs to know and count to bigger numbers. He also gets to know addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers.

Numbers

A number is formed by one digit or many digits

The number in word is Six thousand, three hundred and eighty-two.

The digit ‘3’ stands for 3 hundreds and the value of the digit is 300.

Ten (10) more than 6 382 will give you 6 392 and in word is Six thousand, three hundred and ninety-two.

The number 6 382 is smaller than the number 6 392 or, the number 6 392 is greater than the number 6 382.

The number 6 383 comes just after 6 382

The number 6 381 comes just before 6 382

The number 6 381 is in between the number 6 382 and 638 tens

The number 6 382 is 300 more than 6 082

Subtraction (differences)

Multiply (Product)