# Successor and Predecessor of 4-Digit Number

We will learn the successor and predecessor of four digit number.

The number that comes just after a given number is called the successor of the given number. For example 1028 comes just after 1027. So 1028 is the successor of 1027.

For example:

1. The successor of 1271 is 1272.

2. The successor of 7643 is 7644.

The number that comes just before a given number is called the predecessor of the given number. For example 2336 comes just before 2337. So the predecessor of 2337 is 2336.

For example:

1. The predecessor of 2876 is 2875.

2. The predecessor of 5414 is 5413.

Important questions and answers on successor and predecessor of four digit number:

1. What is the predecessor of the smallest 4-digit number?

We know, the smallest 4-digit number is 1000.

999 comes just before 1000.

So, the predecessor of the smallest 4-digit number is 999.

2. What is the successor of the greatest 4-digit number?

We know, the greatest 4-digit number is 9999

10000 comes just after 9999.

So, the successor of the greatest 4-digit number is 10000 (i.e., 5-digit number).

3. What is the successor of 9998?

To find the successor of the given number i.e., 9998 we need to add 1 to 9998 (1 + 9998)

So, 9999 comes just after 9998.

The successor of 9998 is 9999 which is the greatest 4-digit number.

4. What is the predecessor of 1001?

To find the predecessor of the given number i.e., 1001 we need to subtract 1 from 1001 (1001 - 1)

So, 1000 comes just before 1001.

The predecessor of 1001 is 1000 which is the smallest 4-digit number.

Worksheet on Successor and Predecessor of 4-Digit Number:

I. Write the successors of the following numbers.

2033                       2034

(i) 1473                 _____

(ii) 2475                _____

(iii) 3624               _____

(iv) 4678               _____

(v) 2599                _____

(vi) 4839               _____

(vii) 2079              _____

(viii) 5599             _____

(ix) 5317               _____

(x) 7549                _____

(xi) 3509               _____

(xii) 7299              _____

(xiii) 5415             _____

(xiv) 9709             _____

II. Write the predecessors of the following numbers.

1000                             1001

(i) _____                             5015

(ii) _____                            9000

(iii) _____                           3000

(iv) _____                           4601

(v) _____                            7860

(vi) _____                           1464

(vii) _____                          3578

(viii) _____                         2426

(ix) _____                           6526

(x) _____                            4340

(xi) _____                           2300

(xii) _____                          5800

(xiii) _____                         4510

(xiv) _____                         7870

I. (i) 1474

(ii) 2476

(iii) 3625

(iv) 4679

(v) 2600

(vi) 4840

(vii) 2080

(viii) 5600

(ix) 5318

(x) 7550

(xi) 3510

(xii) 7300

(xiii) 5416

(xiv) 9710

II. (i) 5014

(ii) 8999

(iii) 2999

(iv) 4600

(v) 7859

(vi) 1463

(vii) 3577

(viii) 2425

(ix) 6525

(x) 4339

(xi) 2299

(xii) 5799

(xiii) 4509

(xiv) 7869

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