Worksheet on Five Digit Numbers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on five digit numbers. The questions are based on writing the numbers in short form & expanded form, regrouping the numbers and their place values, patterns of numbers and identifying the place values.

1. Write the short form for the following expansion:

(i) 30000 + 8000 + 10

(ii) 10000 + 900 + 20 + 3

(iii) 50000 + 7000 + 500 + 30 + 2

(iv) 20000 + 1000 + 7

(v) 90000 + 700 + 3

(vi) 50000 + 30 + 7

(vii) 30000 + 2000 + 700 + 90 + 1

2. Expand the following numbers:

(i) 33001

(ii) 54420

(iii) 20127

(iv) 60011

(v) 40302

(vi) 10005

(vii) 70070


3. Regroup the following:

(i) 72 hundreds

(ii) 19 thousands

(iii) 95 thousands

(iv) 47 hundreds

(v) 11 hundreds


4. Write the following as ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens and ones:

(i) 25001

(ii) 62102

(iii) 50015        

(iv) 10203

(v) 30007


5. Complete the pattern:

(i) 9 + 1 = ______

99 + 1 = ______

999 + 1 = ______

9999 + 1 = ______

99999 + 1 = ______

(ii) 10 - 1 = ______

100 - 1 = ______

1000 - 1 = ______

10000 - 1 = ______

100000 - 1 = ______


6. Fill in the blanks:

(i) ______ tens = 1 hundred

(ii) ______ thousand = 10 hundreds

(iii) 1 thousand = ______ tens

(iv) ______ thousands = 1 ten thousand

(v) ______ ones = 1 hundred

(vi) ______ hundreds = 1 ten thousands

(vii) 1 thousand = ______ hundreds

(viii) ______ ones = 1 ten thousands


7. Circle the numbers with:

(i) 9 in thousands place 

(ii) 1 in hundreds place 

(iii) 0 in tens place    

(iv) 5 in ones place    

(v) 1 in tens thousands place

(vi) 7 in tens place   

29430

52174

75310

15926

10009

31472

43029

27514

52490

51234

73521

47932

39204

52651

31506

12345

17603 

54217

10349

94150

91073

98765

56831

93870

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


Answers:


1. (i) 38010

(ii) 10923

(iii) 57532

(iv) 21007

(v) 90703

(vi) 50037

(vii) 32791


2. (i) 30000 + 3000 + 1

(ii) 50000 + 4000 + 400 + 20

(iii) 20000 + 100 + 20 + 7

(iv) 60000 + 10 + 1

(v) 40000 + 300 + 2

(vi) 10000 + 5

(vii) 70000 + 70


3. (i) 7 thousands 2 hundreds

(ii) 19 thousands 0 hundreds

(iii) 95 thousands 0 hundreds

(iv) 4 thousands 7 hundreds

(v) 1 thousand 1 hundred


4. (i) 2 ten thousands 5 thousands 1 ones

(ii) 6 ten thousands 2 thousands 1 hundred 2 ones

(iii) 5 ten thousands 1 tens 5 ones

(iv) 1 ten thousands 2 hundreds 3 ones

(v) 3 ten thousands 7 ones


5. (i) 10

100

1000

10000

100000

(ii) 9

99

999

9999

99999


6. (i) 10

(ii) 1

(iii) 100

(iv) 10

(v) 100

(vi) 100

(vii) 10

(viii) 10000


7. (i) 29430, 39204          

(ii) 52174, 94150

(iii) 31506                            

(iv) 12345, 98765

(v) 10009, 17603

(vi) 31472, 93870              






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