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# Practice - Place Value - 08

Hello, young mathematicians! We have a fun-filled adventure waiting for you in the world of numbers. This quiz will test your understanding of place values in numbers. Do you know your ones from your tens and your hundreds? Let's find out! Remember, it's not about being right or wrong, it's all about learning and having fun. So, are you ready for the challenge?
Question 1
What is the value of 2 in the number 217?
2
20
200
2,000
The 2 is in the hundreds place, so it's worth 200.
Question 2
What is the value of 7 in the number 875?
7
70
700
7,000
The 7 is in the tens place, so it's worth 70.
Question 3
What is the value of 8 in the number 894?
8
80
800
8,000
The 8 is in the hundreds place, so it's worth 800.
Question 4
In 60, which is the value of 6?
6
60
600
6,000
The 6 is in the tens place, so it's worth 60.
Question 5
What is the value of 5 in the number 567?
5
50
500
5,000
The 5 is in the hundreds place, so it's worth 500.
Question 6
What is the value of 6 in the number 643?
6
60
600
6,000
The 6 is in the hundreds place, hence it's worth 600.
Question 7
What is the value of the 3 in the number 83?
3
30
300
3,000
The 3 is in the ones place, so it's worth 3.
Question 8
What is the value of 5 in the number 534?
5
50
500
5,000
The 5 is in the hundreds place, hence it's worth 500.
Question 9
In 47, which is the value of 4?
4
40
400
4,000
The 4 is in the tens place, so it's worth 40.
Question 10
What is the value of 9 in the number 39?
9
90
900
9,000
The 9 is in the ones place, so it's worth just 9.
Author:  Graeme Haw