In 4th grade numbers worksheets we will solve how to read and write large numbers, how to represent 5 and 6-digit numbers on abacus, use of place value chart to write a number in expanded form, represent the large number on the abacus, write the number in standard form, how to write a large number in words and figures, place value of a number, standard form and extended form of a number, compare with another number and arrange numbers in ascending and descending order, successor and predecessor of a number and rounding off the numbers.

1. Who am I?

(i) I am the smallest 5-digit number: _______________

(ii) I am the predecessor of 8,25,481: _______________

(iii) I am one more than 99,999: _______________

(iv) My place value in 9,83,351 is ten thousand: _______________

(v) I am the largest 6 – digit number: _______________

2. Complete the given table.

 S.No. Numeral Number name (i) 24,998 (ii) Three lakh twenty three thousand four hundred two (iii) 1,84,305 (iv) Six lakh ten thousand three hundred seven (v) 3,10,706

3. Form the largest and smallest 6–digit numbers using the given digits.

 S.No. Digits Greatest Number Smallest Number (i) 3,  9,  4,  1,  7 (ii) 9,  6,  1,  5,  2 (iii) 3,  0,  8,  2,  7,  1

4. Write the place value of underlined digits in the given blanks.

(i) 2103

(ii) 4,00,493

(iii) 9,14,825

(iv) 2,13,921

5. Represent the given numbers on the abacus:

(i) 67,751

(ii) 5,44,301

(iii) 8,54,206

6. Write the given numbers in expanded form.

(i) 63,498                             _______________

(ii) 7,70,052                         _______________

(iii) 9,72,855                        _______________

(iv) 3,88,941                        _______________

(v) 8,00,527                         _______________

7. Write the given number in standard form.

(i) 80,000 + 5000 + 200 + 90 + 6                     _______________

(ii) 60,000 + 7000 + 200 + 8                            _______________

(iii) 4,00,000 + 70,000 + 5000 + 50 + 1            _______________

8. Compare the given numbers. Put > , < or = sign.

(i) 35,493      _____          34,395

(ii) 2,90,018    _____      8,10,092

(iii) 7,44,582    _____     7,12,298

(iv) 8,17,736   _____      8,30,559

9. If in the number 2,39,987; 3 is replaced by 8 and the hundred place is replaced by 1, then what number is formed? Also give its number name.

_______________; _______________

10. Fill in the blanks:

(i) One lakh is a ……………………………… digit number.

(ii) The difference between the greatest 4-digit number and the greatest 3-digit number is ………………………………

(iii) A five digit number begins with ……………………………… place.

(iv) The sum of the place value of two 5s in 3,58,654 is ………………………………

(v) The successor of five lakh, fifty thousand, five hundred fifty is ………………………………

(vi) 1 lakh = ……………………………… thousand

(vii) 7 lakh = ……………………………… hundred

(viii) Form the largest 6-digit number with 9 at the tens place and without repeating any digits. ………………………………

(ix) Form the smallest 5-digit number with 0 at the thousands place and without repeating any digits. ………………………………

(x) The predecessor of 7,85,000 in words will be ………………………………

(xi) The next number in the series: 7,46,952, 7,57,952, 7,68,952, ………………………………

(xii) The number 100 more than 6,66,666 is ………………………………

(xiii) 1000 less than 5,98,456 is ………………………………

11. Given below is the area of 5 states of South India.

 S.NO. City Area (in Square km) (i) Telangana 1,12,077 (ii) Andhra Pradesh 1,62,969 (iii) Kerala 38,763 (iv) Karnataka 1,91,791 (v) Tamil Nadu 1,30,058

(i) Arrange the states in increasing order to their area.

(ii) Which state has digit 9 at the place value of hundred and ones.

(iii) Give the number name for the area of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

(iv) Represent the area of Telangana on the babacus.

(v) Write the area of Tamil Nadu in expanded form.

(vi) Give the place value of digit 8 in area of kerala.

12. Write the predecessor and successor of the given numbers.

 S.NO. Predecessor Number Successor (i) 7,56,993 (ii) 8,99,999 (iii) 6,30,050 (iv) 9,82,311

Answers on 4th Grade Numbers Worksheets are given below to check the exact answers of the questions.

1. (i) 10,000

(ii) 8,25,480

(iii) 1,00,000

(iv) 8

(v) 9,99,999

2. (i) Twenty-four thousand, nine hundred ninety eight

(ii) 3,23,402

(iii) One lakh, eighty-four thousand, three hundred five.

(iv) 6,10,307

(v) Three lakh, ten thousand, seven hundred six.

3. (i) 97,431; 13,479

(ii) 96,521; 12,569

(iii) 8,73,210; 1,02,378

4. (i) 3

(ii) 4,00,000

(iii) 20

(iv) 2,00,000

6. Write the given numbers in expanded form.

(i) 60,000 3,000 + 400 + 90 8

(ii) 7,00,000 + 70,000 + 0 + 50 + 2

(iii) 9,00,000 + 70,000 + 2,000 + 800 + 50 + 5

(iv) 3,00,000 + 80,000 + 8,000 + 900 + 40 + 1

(v) 8,00,000 + 0 + 0 + 500 + 20 + 7

7. (i) 85,296

(ii) 67,208

(iii) 4,75,051

8. (i) 35,493 > 34,395

(ii) 2,90,018 < 8,10,092

(iii) 7,44,582 > 7,12,298

(iv) 8,17,736 < 8,30,559

9. 2,89,187; Two lakh, eighty-nine thousand, one hundred eighty-seven.

10. (i) 6

(ii) 9000

(iii) ten thousands

(iv) 50,050

(v) 5,50,551

(vi) 100

(vii) 7,000

(viii) 8,76,590

(ix) 10,234

(x) Seven lakh, eighty-four thousand, nine hundred ninety-nine

(xi) 7,79,952

(xii) 6,66,766

(xiii) 5,97,456

(iii) Andhra Pradesh – One lakh, sixty-two thousand, nine hundred sixty-nine,

Karnataka - One lakh, ninety-one thousand, seven hundred ninety-one,

(iv)

(v) 1,00,000 + 30,000 + 0 + 0 + 50 + 8

(vi) 8000

12.

 S.NO. Predecessor Number Successor (i) 7,56,992 7,56,993 7,56,994 (ii) 8,99,998 8,99,999 9,00,000 (iii) 6,30,049 6,30,050 6,30,051 (iv) 9,82,310 9,82,311 9,82,312

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