# Worksheet on Counting Five Digit Numbers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on counting five digit numbers. The questions are based on counting ones, tens, hundreds, thousands and ten thousands on a number line, number that comes before, after and between, counting numbers and representing numbers on abacus.

1. Mark on the number line counting in:

(i) Tens

(ii) Thousands

(iii) Hundreds

(iv) Ones

(v) Ten thousands

2. Write the number which comes in between:

(i) 45259 _______ 45261

(ii) 78946 _______ 78948

(iii) 98409 _______ 98411

(iv) 94006 _______ 94008

(v) 45930 _______ 45932

3. Write the number just before:

(i) _______        78021

(ii) _______       91503

(iii) _______      50200

(iv) _______      24700

(v) _______       99870

4. Write the number just after:

(i) 78216               _______

(ii) 49453              _______

(iii) 63589             _______

(iv) 78945             _______

(v) 50201              _______

5. Write the number which is:

(i) 10 more than 14008 is _______

(ii) 10 more than 53489 is _______

(iii) 10 less than 27999 is _______

(iv) 10 less than 79000 is _______

(v) 100 more than 51087 is _______

(vi) 100 more than 89456 is _______

(vii) 100 less than 94937 is _______

(viii) 100 less than 16489 is _______

(ix) 1000 more than 29930 is _______

(x) 1000 more than 10059 is _______

(xi) 1000 less than 73483 is _______

(xii) 1000 less than 10026 is _______

6. Draw and represent the following numbers on the abacus:

(i) 25904

(ii) 31007

(iii) 63430

(iv) 97300

(v) 10007

(vi) 99000

Answers for the worksheet on counting five digit numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on counting numbers.

1. (i) 23827, 23837, 23847, 23857, 23867, 23877

(ii) 45086, 46086, 47086, 48086, 49086, 50086

(iii) 16385, 16485, 16585, 16685, 16785, 16885

(iv) 34268, 34269, 34270, 34271, 34272, 34273

(v) 59008, 69008, 79008, 89008, 99008, 109008

2. (i) 45260

(ii) 78947

(iii) 98410

(iv) 94007

(v) 45931

3. (i) 78020

(ii) 91502

(iii) 50199

(iv) 24699

(v) 99869

4. (i) 78217

(ii) 49454

(iii) 63590

(iv) 78946

(v) 50202

5. (i) 14018

(ii) 53499

(iii) 27989

(iv) 78990

(v) 51187

(vi) 89556

(vii) 94837

(viii) 16389

(ix) 30930

(x) 11059

(xi) 72483

(xii) 9026

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