 # Practice - Place Value - 01

Welcome to an exciting maths quiz on Place Value! We’ve got 10 interesting challenges waiting for you, perfect for any KS2 scholar who loves a good brain exercise. Ready to test your maths skills and dive into the world of thousands, hundreds, tens and units? Let's embark on this numerical adventure!
1.
What is the value of '7' in 870?
7
70
700
7,000
In 870, the '7' is in the tens place, so its value is 70.
2.
Which digit does '4' represent in 1,742?
4,000
400
40
4
In 1,742, the '4' is in the tens place, so it represents 40.
3.
What might be the number that has '5' as thousands, '2' as hundreds, '8' as tens and '3' as units?
5,283
5,823
5,832
5,238
Following the place value from left to right (thousands, hundreds, tens, units), the number would be 5,283.
4.
What place value does the '0' represent in 5,063?
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Units
In 5,063, the '0' is in the hundreds place, so it represents Hundreds. In this case. zero hundreds.
5.
If you know that a number 1 is in the tens place, how many units does it represent?
1
10
100
1,000
A number 1 in the tens place equals 10 units.
6.
What might be the number that has '2' as thousands, '3' as hundreds, '4' as tens and '8' as units?
2,438
2,483
2,348
2,834
Following the place value from left to right (thousands, hundreds, tens, units), the number would be 2,348.
7.
What is the value of '6' in 1,623?
6
60
600
6,000
In 1,623, the '6' is in the hundreds place, so its value is 600.
8.
What is the value of '5' in 2,501?
5
50
500
5,000
In 2,501, the '5' is in the hundreds place, so its value is 500.
9.
Which digit does '9' represent in 93?
9
90
900
9,000
In 93, the '9' is in the tens place, so it represents 90.
10.
If number 1 is in the units place, it represents how many units?
1
10
100
1,000
A 1 in the units place equals 1 unit.
Author:  Graeme Haw 