Practice Test on Numbers



Math practice test on numbers will help the students to practice various form of numbers. The question on numbers are related to place value, arranging numbers in ascending order and descending order, rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, expanded form, number names and the predecessor and the successor of a number.


1. Give the period, place and place value of the colored digit:

(a) 7326

(b) 24501

(c) 762453

(d) 84297

(e) 769425




2. In which of the following numbers is place value of 7 = 7,000?

(a) 47000

(b) 76249

(c) 7429

(d) 57023



3. Rearrange the number in ascending order:

(a) 149536

(b) 194536

(c) 149356

(d) 194653



4. Rearrange the number in descending order:

(a) 789404

(b) 798004

(c) 698799

(d) 779400



5. Round the following number to the nearest 10. Then round each number to the nearest 100:

(a) 442

(b) 2461

(c) 7306

(d) 47294



6. Round the following number to the nearest 100. Also round each to the nearest 1000:

(a) 5857

(b) 24269

(c) 142872

(d) 522176



7. Write in expanded form:

(a) 14279
(b) 747109



8. Mark the periods and write number names:

(a) Twenty eight thousand four hundred three

(b) Four hundred six thousand nine

(c) Nine hundred ninety thousand two

(d) Four hundred forty four thousand four


9. Write the greatest 5 digit number using the digits: (Repeat the digits if required)

(a) 246

(b) 7582

(c) 29456



10. Write the numeral that has a 7 in the tens place, 9 in the ten thousands place, 2 in the hundreds place, 4 in the thousands place, 0 in the ones place and 5 in the hundred thousands place.
Write the number name also.

11. About how many pages would be in a complete set of encyclopedia?

(a) 10

(b) 100

(c) 1000

(d) 10000



12. Write the place value of 7 in each of these numbers:

(a) 6759

(b) 5689

(c) 4572

(d) 7002



13. (a) Write in expanded form :

(i) 5692

(ii) 1002

(b) Write the numeral for the expanded form:

(i) 80000 + 9000 + 900 + 90 + 9

(ii) 70000 + 200 + 10 + 9



14. Using the digits 2, 0, 7, 5 write the greatest and smallest number with their number names.

15. Fill in < > or =

(a) 50743 ___ 50473

(b) 10010 ___ 10110

(c) 9632 - 10 ___ 9612 + 10

(d) 8089 - 1 ___ 8098 - 10



16. (a) Write the predecessor of each number.

(i) 2100

(ii) 6000



(b) Write the successor of each number.

(i) 5099

(ii) 9999



17. Arrange in ascending order.

4040;   4440;   4004;   4440


18. Arrange in descending order.

2591;   2589;   2951;   2941


19. (a) Find the sum and round it to the nearest thousand.
2492; 2589; 8648

(b)Write the number which is 500 more than 6600.



20. (a) Find the different of 5000 and 1584 and round it to the nearest hundred.

(b)Write the number which is 400 less than 8224.



21. Complete the magic square.

complete the magic square, magic square


22. Name and measure these line segments. 

measure these line segments




Answers for practice test on numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above question.

Answers:

1. (a) ones; tens; 2 × 10 = 20

(b) thousands; one thousand; 4 × 1000 = 4000

(c) thousands; ten thousand; 6 × 10000 = 60000

(d) thousands; ten thousand; 8 × 10000 = 80000

(e) ones; one; 5 × 1 = 5


2. (a) 47000

(c) 7429

(d) 57023


3. (c) 149356

(a) 149536

(b) 194536

(d) 194653


4. (b) 798004

(a) 789404

(d) 779400

(c) 698799


5. (a) 440; 400

(b) 2460; 2500

(c) 7310; 7300

(d) 47290; 47300


6. (a) 5900; 6000

(b) 24300; 24000

(c) 142900; 143000

(d) 522200; 522000


7. (a) 14279 = 1 × 10000 + 4 × 1000 + 2 × 100 + 7 × 10 + 9 × 1

(b) 747109 = 7 × 100000 + 4 × 10000 + 7 × 1000 + 1 × 100 + 9 × 1


8. (a) 28403

(b) 406009

(c) 990002

(d) 444004


9. (a) 66642

(b) 88752

(c) 96542

10. 594270 – Five hundred ninety four thousand two hundred seventy.


11. 10000


12. (a) 700

(c) 70

(d) 7000


13. a. (i) 5692 = 5000 + 600 + 90 + 2

(ii) 1002 = 1000 + 2

b. (i) 89999

(ii) 70219


14. Greatest number: 7520 – Seven thousand five hundred twenty.

Smallest number: 2057 – Two thousand fifty seven


15. (a) 50743 > 50473

(b) 10010 < 10110

(c) 9632 - 10 = 9612 + 10

(d) 8089 - 1 = 8098 - 10


16. (a) (i) 2099

(ii) 5999

(b) (i) 5100

(ii) 10000


17. 4004;   4040;   4440


18. 2951;   2941;   2591;   2589


19. (a) 13729; Rounded to 14000.
(b) 7100.


20. (a) 3416; Rounded to 3400.
(b) 7824.





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