# Worksheet on knowing five Digit Numbers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on knowing five digit numbers. The questions are based on writing number names and in numerals, separating thousands period from ones period using commas and finding the face value and place value of a number.

1. Write the following numbers in words:

(i) 53570

(ii) 71420

(iii) 80010

(iv) 69950

(v) 98700

(vi) 40032

(vii) 10009

(viii) 30303

2. Write the following in numerals:

(i) Twenty two thousand three hundred eighty six

(ii) Fifty eight thousand two hundred four

(iii) Ninety five thousand eight

(iv) Thirty thousand sixty seven

(v) Ninety thousand ninety

(vi) Seventy thousand four hundred

(vii) Fifty nine thousand eleven

(viii) Thirty thousand three hundred

3. Put the commas to separate thousands period from ones period:

(i) 23487

(ii) 80635

(iii) 10007

(iv) 74205

(v) 62004

(vi) 50031

(vii) 10001

(viii) 21080

4. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 46378 has _____ hundreds _____ ten thousands _____ tens _____ ones _____ thousands.

(ii) 70510 has _____ ten _____ thousands _____ hundreds _____ ten thousands _____ ones.

5. Write the place value and the face value of the underlined digits:

Number                 Place Value               Face Value

(i)        65,813                   _____                    _____

(ii)       39,307                   _____                    _____

(iii)       39,442                  _____                    _____

(iv)       19542                   _____                    _____

(v)       71,117                   _____                    _____

(vi)      53,435                   _____                    _____

(vii)     94,058                   _____                    _____

(viii)     29,534                   _____                    _____

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

1. (i) Fifty three thousand five hundred seventy

(ii) Seventy one thousand four hundred twenty

(iii) Eighty thousand ten

(iv) Sixty nine thousand nine hundred fifty

(v) Ninety eight thousand seven hundred

(vi) Forty thousand thirty two

(vii) Ten thousand nine

(viii) Thirty thousand three hundred three

2. (i) 22386

(ii) 58204

(iii) 95008

(iv) 30067

(v) 90090

(vi) 70400

(vii) 59011

(viii) 30300

3. (i) 23,487

(ii) 80,635

(iii) 10,007

(iv) 74,205

(v) 62,004

(vi) 50,031

(vii) 10,001

(viii) 21,080

4. (i) 3 hundreds 4 ten thousands 7 tens 8 ones 6 thousands.

(ii) 1 ten 0 thousands 5 hundreds 7 ten thousands 0 ones.

5. Place        Value                    Face Value

(i)                    10                          1

(ii)                  300                          3

(iii)              30000                          3

(iv)               9000                          9

(v)                   10                          1

(vi)                 400                          4

(vii)             90000                          9

(viii)                  4                           4

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