In 2nd Grade number Worksheet we will solve the problems on 3-digit numbers, before, after and between numbers, representation of numbers on the abacus, expanded form, place value and face value of a digit, comparing numbers, forming greatest and smallest number from the given digits, rounding off numbers.

I. What is the number?

(i) 6 hundreds 5 tens 0 ones

(ii) Smallest 3-digit number

(iii) Largest 3-digit number

(iv) 100 less than 600

II. What comes before?

(i) _____, _____, 824, 825

(ii) _____, _____, 331, 332

(iii) _____, _____, 612, 613

(iv) _____, _____, 889, 890

III. What comes after?

(i) 329, _____, _____

(ii) 540, _____, _____

(iii) 623, _____, _____

(iv) 471, _____, _____

(i) Place value of 6 in 269 is _______.

(ii) In 618, the face value of digit 1 is _______.

(iii) Expanded form of 921 is _____________________.

(iv) The largest number among 624, 440, 750 and 324 is _______.

(v) The smallest number among 544, 256, 920 and 832 is _______.

V. Write the number:

(i) 300 + 20 + 9 = _______

(ii) 500 + 10 + 1 = _______

(iii) 7 hundreds 3 tens and 5 ones = _______

(iv) 9 hundreds 2 tens and 5 ones = _______

VI. Write the number and the number name:

VII. Complete the table:

 Number Hundreds Tens Ones Expanded Form (i)   608 _____ _____ _____ __________ (ii)   324 _____ _____ _____ __________ (iii)  409 _____ _____ _____ __________

VIII. Fill in the blanks using < or >.

(i) 358 ____ 276

(ii) 400 ____ 410

(iii) 686 ____ 606

IX. Form the greatest number and the smallest 3-digit numbers using the given digits only once.

(i) 2, 3 and 9 ____, ____

(ii) 6, 4 and 1 ____, ____

X. Arrange the following numbers in ascending order.

54, 312, 229, 562 ____________

XI. Write the place value and face value of the coloured digit.

(i) 7

(ii) 23

(iii) 94

(iv) 642

(v) 800

(vi) 724

(vii) 347

(viii) 235

(ix) 407

(x) 594

(xi) 651

(xii) 639

XII. Write the expanded form.

(i) 38

(ii) 501

(iii) 66

(iv) 76

(v) 90

(vi) 158

(vii) 253

(viii) 450

(ix) 192

(x) 361

(xi) 455

(xii) 186

XII. Write in figures.

(i) One hundred and forty-two                  __________

(ii) Three hundred and seventy-four                       __________

(iii) Four hundred and sixty-eight                              __________

(iv) Six hundred and sixty                             __________

(v) One hundred and eleven                      __________

(vi) Nine hundred and nine                         __________

XIV. Write in words.

(a) 521

(b) 432

(c) 26

(d) 790

(e) 628

(f) 326

(g) 834

(h) 926

(i) 135

(j) 585

(k) 600

(l) 911

XV. Arrange the following numbers in ascending order.

(i) 213        21        86        105        231

(ii) 623        734        526        891        119

(iii) 525        325        412        671        581

XVI. Arrange the following numbers in descending order.

(i) 704         407        74        40        827

(ii) 29        92        921        129        292

(iii) 351        457        618        571        358

XVII. Fill in the boxes with numbers before, after or between.

(a) _____ 9 _____

(b) _____ 20 _____

(c) 45 _____ _____

(d) 86 _____ 88

(e) 35 _____ _____

(f) _____ _____ 100

(g) _____ 21 _____

(h) 819 _____ 821

XVIII. Write the greatest and smallest numbers possible by using the following digits, without repeating any digit.

(i) 6, 2

(ii) 0, 5

(iii) 9, 8

(iv) 1, 4, 8

(v) 2,0,9

(vi) 6,9,8

I. (i) 650

(ii) 100

(iii) 999

(iv) 500

II. (i) 822,823

(ii) 329, 330

(iii) 610, 611

(iv) 887, 888

III. (i) 330, 331

(ii) 541, 542

(iii) 624, 625

(iv) 472, 473

IV. (i) 60

(ii) 1

(iii) 900 + 20 + 1

(iv) 750

(v) 256

V. (i) 329

(ii) 511

(iii) 735

(iv) 925

VI. (i) 421, Four hundreds two tens one ones

(ii) 342, Three hundreds four tens two ones

(iii) 516, Five hundreds one tens six ones

VII. (i) 6, 0, 8; 600 + 0 + 8

(ii) 3, 2, 4; 300 + 20 + 4

(iii) 4, 0, 9; 400 + 0 + 9

VIII. (i) >

(ii) <

(iii) >

IX. (i) Greatest Number = 932

Smallest Number = 239

(ii) Greatest Number = 641

Smallest Number = 146

X. 54, 229, 312, 562

XI. (i) Place Value = 7 and Face Value = 7

(ii) Place Value = 3 and Face Value = 3

(iii) Place Value = 90 and Face Value = 9

(iv) Place Value = 40 and Face Value = 4

(v) Place Value = 800 and Face Value = 8

(vi) Place Value = 4 and Face Value = 4

(vii) Place Value = 300 and Face Value = 3

(viii) Place Value = 30 and Face Value = 3

(ix) Place Value = 400 and Face Value = 4

(x) Place Value = 90 and Face Value = 9

(xi) Place Value = 600 and Face Value = 6

(xii) Place Value = 9 and Face Value = 9

XII. (i) 3 tens and 8 ones

(ii) 5 hundreds 0 tens and 1 one

(iii) 6 tens and 6 ones

(iv) 7 tens and 6 ones

(v) 9 tens and 0 ones

(vi) 1 hundred 5 tens  and 8 ones

(vii) 2 hundreds 5 tens 3 ones

(viii) 4 hundreds 5 tens 0 ones

(ix) 1 hundred 9 tens and 2 ones

(x) 3 hundreds 6 tens and 1 one

(xi) 4 hundreds 5 tens and 5 ones

(xii) 1 hundred 8 tens and 6 ones

XII. (i) 142

(ii) 374

(iii) 468

(iv) 660

(v) 111

(vi) 909

XIV. (a) Five hundred and twenty one

(b) Four hundred and thirty two

(c) Twenty six

(d) Seven hundred and ninety

(e) Six hundred and twenty eight

(f) 326 Three hundred and twenty six

(g) 834 Eight hundred and thirty four

(h) 926 Nine hundred and twenty six

(i) 135 One hundred and thirty five

(j) 585 Five hundred and eighty five

(k) Six hundred

(l) Nine hundred and eleven

XV. (i) 21, 86, 105, 213, 231

(ii) 119, 526, 623, 734, 891

(iii) 325, 412, 525, 581, 671

XVI. (i) 827, 704, 407, 74, 40

(ii) 921, 292, 129, 92, 29

(iii) 618, 571, 457, 358, 351

XVII. (a) 8, 10

(b) 19, 21

(c) 46, 47

(d) 87

(e) 36, 37

(f) 98, 99

(g) 20, 22

(h) 820

XVIII. (i) 6, 2 Greatest number = 62 and smallest number = 26

(ii) 0, 5 Greatest number = 50 and smallest number = 50

(iii) 9, 8 Greatest number = 98 and smallest number = 89

(iv) 1, 4, 8 Greatest number = 841 and smallest number = 148

(v) 2,0,9 Greatest number = 920 and smallest number = 209

(vi) 6,9,8 Greatest number = 986 and smallest number = 689

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