 # Practice - Place Value - 08

Hello young mathematicians! Are you ready to put your multiplicative reasoning skills to the test? Let's explore the wonderful world of place value! Take a deep breath, relax, and let's see how you do. Remember, it's not as daunting as you think; just break it down into smaller, manageable parts.
1.
Which number represents 4 thousands, 8 hundreds, 2 tens and 6 ones?
4,862
4,826
4,682
8,462
The number 4,826 represents 4 thousands, 8 hundreds, 2 tens and 6 ones.
2.
What digit is in the 'ones' place in the number 6,521?
2
5
1
6
1 is in the 'ones' place in the number 6,521.
3.
In the number 2,468, which digit represents the tens place?
2
4
6
8
6 is in the tens place in the number 2,468.
4.
In the number 1,752, which digit represents the thousands place?
1
7
5
2
1 is in the thousands place in the number 1,752.
5.
In the number 5,376, which digit represents the hundreds place?
5
3
7
6
3 is in the hundreds place in the number 5,376.
6.
What digit is in the tens place in the number 4,596?
4
5
9
6
9 is in the tens place in the number 4,596.
7.
Which number has 8 in the tens place?
658
825
389
458
The number 389 has 8 in the tens place.
8.
Which number represents 8 thousands, 3 hundreds, 7 tens and 5 ones?
8,573
8,375
8,735
7,835
The number 8,375 represents 8 thousands, 3 hundreds, 7 tens and 5 ones.
9.
What is the value of 6 in 7,632?
600
60
6
6,000
6 is in the hundreds place of 7,632. Therefore, its value is 6 x 100 = 600.
10.
What is the value of the digit 3 in the number 2,345?
3
30
300
3,000
3 is in the hundreds place. Therefore, its value is 3 x 100 = 300.
Author:  Graeme Haw 