5th Grade Numbers Worksheets

In 5th Grade Numbers Worksheets we will solve how to read and write large numbers, use of place value chart to write a number in expanded form, compare with another number and arrange numbers in ascending and descending order.

I. Find the given numbers:

1. The greatest possible number formed using each of the digits 0-7 once.

2. One less than 4 million.

3. How many lakhs make a million?

4. How many thousands make a crore?

5. The smallest possible 6-digit number formed by using odd digits and 0 only once.

6. One more than 48 crore.

7. The place value of 7 in 33,987,259.

8. The distance between two countries is 222,759,910. If the number is rounded to nearest thousands it becomes.

9. The cost of House A is Rs. 3,40,59,000 and that of house B is Rs. 3,45,07,999. Which house is costlier?

10. The predecessor of thirty-five million four hundred seventy-two thousand, six hundred ninety is …….

II. Given below is the leadership number of some famous newspapers.

Newspaper Name

Readership Number

Number Name

(In International System)






New York Times




Los Angeles Times




USA Today




Seattle Times



6. Arrange the Newspapers in descending order of their readership number. ___________________

7. Round off the readership number of The New York Times to nearest lakhs. ___________________

8. Give the place value of digit 8 in Los Angeles Times. ___________________

9. Write the expanded form for the readership number of Seattle Times. ___________________

10. Which newspaper comes at your home? Which is your favourite column n the newspaper?



III. Find the number:

1.  The successor of 22,368,089: ___________________

2.  10 thousand more than 35 thousand: ___________________

3.  3367821 rounded to nearest 1000: ___________________

4.  Next 2 numbers in the pattern:

27,000,000; 30,003,000; 33,006,000  _________ , __________

5.  1 lakh less than 2,43,18,000: ___________________

Answers on 5th Grade Numbers Worksheets are given below to check the exact answers of the questions. 

5th Grade Numbers Worksheets



1. 7,65,43,210

2. 3,999,999

3. Ten

4. Ten thousand

5. 1,03,579

6. 48,00,00,001

7. 7,000

8. 222,760,000

9. House B

10. 35,472,689


1. Seven million, five hundred ninety thousand

2. Eight million, eight hundred three thousand

3. Thirteen million, eight hundred thirty thousand

4. Sixteen million, six hundred thirty-one thousand

5. Six million, twenty thousand

6. USA Today, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Newsday, Seattle Times

7.   88,00,000

8.   8,00,000

9.   60,00,000 + 0 + 20,000 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0

10.  USA Today, Sports column.


1.  22,36,80,090

2.   45,000

3.   33,68,000

4.   36,009,000; 39,012,000

5.   2,42,18,000

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