Welcome to the third of our Easy level Eleven Plus maths quizzes on Place Value. As you will know by now, the value of a digit changes depending on its position in a number. In fivefigure numbers, the first digit represents ten thousands, the second thousands, the third hundreds, the fourth tens and the fifth is units.
This is quite a simple part of maths so it shouldn’t pose you too many difficulties. Nevertheless, it’s a good idea to get lots of practice on the topic, just to ensure that you are not tripped up when you take your exams.
Please make sure that you read each question and all possible answers carefully before you choose your answer. It’s all too easy to mistake ten thousands for thousands if you rush through the questions. Get into the habit now and you’ll be less likely to make mistakes when it really matters.














Reading the number from right to left: 1 is in the tens' place

Reading the number from right to left: 3 is in the units' place


Reading the number from right to left: 8 is in the hundreds' place

Reading the number from right to left: 4 is in the thousands' place


Reading the number from right to left: 6 is in the tens thousands' place

Reading the number from right to left: 1 is in the units' place


Reading the number from right to left: 8 is in the tens' place

Reading the number from right to left: 3 is in the hundreds' place


Reading the number from right to left: 6 is in the thousands' place

Reading the number from right to left: 2 is in the ten thousands' place
