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# Practice - Place Value - 03

Hello young mathematicians! Think you're a whizz at counting, ordering, and comparing numbers? Then put your knowledge to the test with this exciting quiz on place value! Remember, every digit has its place and value. Good luck and have fun!
Question 1
What is the value of the 5 in 582?
5
50
500
580
The 5 is in the hundreds place, so its value is 500.
Question 2
What is the value of the 4 in 4,286?
4
400
4,000
400,000
The 4 is in the thousands place, so its value is 4,000.
Question 3
What is the value of the 9 in 9,031?
9
90
900
9,000
The 9 is in the thousands place, so its value is 9,000.
Question 4
What is the value of the 6 in 6,452?
6
60
600
6,000
The 6 is in the thousands place, so its value is 6,000.
Question 5
What number does 7 thousands + 3 ones represent?
703
7,003
7,030
7,300
The number represented by 7 thousands and 3 ones is 7,003. There are no hundreds or tens so those columns have 0s.
Question 6
In the number 5,216, what does the 1 represent?
One
Ten
Hundred
Thousand
The 1 is in the tens place, so it represents ten.
Question 7
What number is represented by 5 thousands, 2 hundreds, and 4 ones?
5,204
5,240
5,024
5,420
5 thousands is equal to 5,000, 2 hundreds equals 200, and 4 ones equals 4. So the number is 5,204. Remember, if there are no tens then the tens column has a 0 in it
Question 8
What is the value of the 3 in 379?
3
30
300
3,000
The 3 is in the hundreds place, so its value is 300.
Question 9
Which of these is the same as 4 hundreds?
400
4
40
4,000
4 hundreds is equal to 400.
Question 10
What number does 300 + 40 + 7 represent?
347
374
437
743
300 = 3 hundreds, 40 = 4 tens, and 7 = 7 ones. So the number is 347.
Author:  Graeme Haw