 # Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 09

Hello young mathematicians! Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey to explore the wonderful world of numbers? This quiz will test your knowledge on counting and number recognition. Don’t worry, the questions are fun and engaging. So, let’s roll up our sleeves and crunch some numbers!
1.
What is the value of the digit 5 in the number 583?
5
50
500
5,000
Here, digit 5 is in the hundreds place. Therefore, it represents 500.
2.
Order these numbers in ascending order: 350, 8,350, 3,500, 853
350, 853, 3,500, 8,350
853, 350, 8,350, 3,500
350, 853, 8,350, 3,500
853, 350, 3,500, 8,350
Ascending order means arranging numbers from the smallest to the largest: 350, 853, 3,500, 8,350.
3.
What is the value of the digit 4 in the number 4,367?
4
40
400
4,000
In the number 4,367, the digit '4' is in the thousands place, thus it represents 4000.
4.
How much is £30 + £45?
£65
£75
£85
£95
The sum of £30 and £45 is £75.
5.
What is 400 subtracted from 800?
200
300
400
500
When you subtract 400 from 800, you get 400.
6.
What is 14 of 20?
4
5
70
80
When you divide 20 by 4 (which is the denominator), you'll get 5.
7.
What should be added to 500 to make 1,000?
300
400
500
600
You need to add 500 to 500 to make 1,000.
8.
Which of the following numbers is a correct numeral for 'seven thousand nine hundred and six'?
7,096
7,906
7,960
7,609
'Seven thousand nine hundred and six' is numerically represented as 7,906.
9.
What is the sum of 1,250 and 750?
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
The sum of 1,250 and 750 is 2,000.
10.
If a book costs £25, how much would 3 books cost?
£50
£75
£100
£125
3 books at £25 each would cost £75.
Author:  Graeme Haw 