Place value is about the position of a number. In this 11plus Maths quiz you will get the chance to revise place values in whole numbers < 100,000.
Use this information to help you find a digit's place value. Reading the number from right to left: the first digit is in the units' place; the second digit is in the tens' place; the third digit is in the hundreds' place; the fourth digit is in the thousands' place; the fifth digit is in the ten thousands' place.
For example, in 83,659 the 9 is in the units' place; the 5 is in the tens' place; the 6 is in the hundreds' place; the 3 is in the thousands' place; the 8 is in the ten thousands' place.
As you will probably gather, these quizzes get progressively harder so don't move on until you've got 10 out of 10 in this one!














Reading the number from right to left: 5 is in the hundreds' place

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


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

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


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

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


Reading the number from right to left: 0 is in the tens' place

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


Reading the number from right to left: 0 is in the hundreds' place

Reading the number from right to left: 5 is in the units' place
