This is the third of our Difficult level Eleven Plus maths quizzes on Place value. If you have played our previous ones, then you should find this quiz quite easy, despite its name! As in the other difficult quizzes on the topic, in this one we will test your knowledge of the place values in five-digit whole numbers and in decimal numbers too.
Just to cement the information in your mind, here are those values:
Before the decimal point, right to left – Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, Ten Thousands
After the decimal point – Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths, Ten Thousandths (there are no Ones after a decimal point)
And one more thing, which I’ve told you before but will repeat here – make sure that you read the questions and potential answers very carefully! You’d be surprised just how often people get a question wrong because they misread “hundreds” or “thousands” when they meant to say “hundredths” of “thousandths”. So, don’t hurry too quickly through the quiz.