# Worksheet on Indian Numbering System

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on Indian numbering system. We know in the Indian system we use different periods like ones, thousands, lakhs, crores, etc.

The questions are based on different periods to read and write large numbers in Indian system.

I. Write the following in figures in the Indian system:

(i) Fifty thousand, two hundred and four

(ii) Eight lakh, ten thousand, three hundred and fifteen

(iii) Forty-three lakhs, fifteen thousand, eight hundred and five

(vi) Six crore, ten lakh, thirteen thousand, two hundred and eleven

(v) Eighteen crore, fifteen lakh nine thousand, three hundred and six

(vi) Forty-two lakh, three thousand, two hundred and nine

II. Rewrite the following numbers placing comma (,) as per the Indian system:

 (i) 645367 (ii) 503012689  (iii) 436405  (iv) 3268431  (v) 2414360 (vi) 246079432  (vii) 12687393   (viii) 64283217  (ix) 543268321 (x) 303669409

III. Rewrite the following numbers in the Indian system:

 (i) 4,243,169  (ii) 268,436,803  (iii) 2,845,845  (iv) 551,627,907  (v) 1,537,436 (vi) 83,576,907  (vii) 3,002,543  (viii) 396,284,050  (ix) 667,330  (x) 98,363,436

IV. Write in words:

 (i) 26,38,43,126 (ii) 3,85,42,635 (iii) 24,86,523  (vi) 3,68,26,856  (v) 5,08,27,328 (vi) 2,03,07,638  (vii) 6,18,43,841  (viii) 4,59,12,138 (ix) 9,18,50,367  (x) 6,48,69,874

Answers for the worksheet on Indian numbering system are given below to check the exact answers of the above system.

 I. (i) 50,204    (ii) 8,10,315    (iii) 43,15,805 (iv) 6,10,13,211    (v) 18,15,09,306      (vi) 42,03,209
 II. (i) 6,45,367   (ii) 50,30,12,689   (iii) 4,36,405   (iv) 32,68,431  (v) 24,14,360 (vi) 24,60,79,432  (vii) 1,26,87,393 (viii) 6,42,83,217   (ix) 54,32,68,321   (x) 30.36,69,409
 III. (i) 42,43,169   (ii) 26,84,36,803   (iii) 28,45,845   (iv) 55,16,27,907  (v) 15,37,436 (vi) 8,35,76,698  (vii) 30,02,543 (viii) 39,62,84,050   (ix) 6,67,330   (x) 9,83,63,436

IV. (i) Twenty six crore, thirty-eight lakh, forty-three thousand, one hundred and twenty-six

(ii) Three crore, eight-five lakh, forty-two thousand, six hundred and thirty-five

(iii) Twenty-four  lakh, eighty-six  thousand,   five hundred and twenty-three

(iv) Three crore, sixty-eight lakh, twenty-six thousand, eight  hundred and fifty-six

(v) Five crore, eight lakh, twenty-seven thousand, three  hundred and  twenty-eight

(vi) Two crore, three lakh, seven thousand, six hundred and  thirty-eight

(vii) Six crore, eighteen lakh, forty-three thousand, eight hundred and  forty-one

(viii) Four crore, fifty-nine lakh, twelve thousand, one hundred and thirty-eight

(ix) Nine crore , eighteen lakh, fifty thousand,  three hundred and  sixty-seven

(x) Six crore, forty-eight lakh, sixty-nine thousand, eight hundred and

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