Skip Counting Numbers

We know skip counting numbers with smaller numbers. Now, we will learn skip counting with larger numbers.

Write the number as per following instruction:

1. Write six numbers more after 2,00,000 by skipping 10000.


2,00,000; 2,10,000; 2,20,000; 2,30,000; 2,40,000; 2,50,000; 2,60,000

2. Write four numbers more after 17,350,100 by skipping 2,000,000.


17,350,100; 19,350,100; 21,350,100; 23,350,100; 25,350,100

3. Observe the following numbers and write four numbers more.

14,17,520; 20,17,520; 26,17,520; 32,17,520; 38,17,520 ……..


Numbers in the given series are written by skipping 6,00,000.

14,17,520; 20,17,520; 26,17,520; 32,17,520; 38,17,520; 44,17,520; 50,17,520; 56,17,520; 62,17,520. 

4. Observe the following numbers and write four numbers more.

280,420,520; 200,620,520; 280,820,520; 281,020,520; 281,220,520 ……..


Numbers in the given series are written by skipping 2,00,000.

280,420,520; 200,620,520; 280,820,520; 281,020,520; 281,220,520; 281,420,520; 281,620,520; 281,820,520; 282,020,520. 

We can observe from the above examples that the method of skip counting with bigger numbers is exactly the same as the skip counting with smaller numbers.

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