Worksheet on Numbers from 200 to 299

Practice the questions given in worksheet on numbers from 200 to 299. The questions are based on the numbers from 200 to 299 finding the missing numbers, number in words, number in expanded form, patterns of the numbers, before and after.

1. Write the missing numbers in the following table:

2. Write the names of the following numbers:

(i) 201

(ii) 215

(iii) 227

(iv) 234

(v) 246

(vi) 259

(vii) 263

(viii) 270

(ix) 289

(x) 292


3. Write in expanded form:

(i) 241

(ii) 263

(iii) 287

(iv) 209

(v) 260

(vi) 238


4. Observe the pattern and fill in the blanks:

(i) 215, 220, 225, …………,  …………, ………… .

(ii) 279, 280, 281, …………,  …………, ………… .

(iii) 223, 225, 227, …………,  …………, ………… .

(iv) 247, 250, 253, …………,  …………, ………… .


5. Write the before and after numbers of the following:

Before number                          Number                       After number

      ………..                                     220                                 ………..

      ………..                                     290                                 ………..

      ………..                                     269                                 ………..

      ………..                                     271                                 ………..

      ………..                                     215                                 ………..

      ………..                                     218                                 ………..

      ………..                                     258                                 ………..

      ………..                                     267                                 ………..


Answers for the worksheet on numbers from 200 to 299 are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions for learning numbers.


Answers:


1.

Questions for Learning Numbers

2. (i) Two hundred one

(ii) Two hundred fifteen

(iii) Two hundred twenty seven

(iv) Two hundred thirty four

(v) Two hundred forty six

(vi) Two hundred fifty nine

(vii) Two hundred sixty three

(viii) Two hundred seventy

(ix) Two hundred eighty nine

(x) Two hundred ninety two


3. (i) 200 + 40 + 1

(ii) 200 + 60 + 3

(iii) 200 + 80 + 7

(iv) 200 + 9

(v) 200 + 60 + 0

(vi) 200 + 30 + 8


4. (i) 230, 235, 240.

(ii) 282, 283, 284.

(iii) 229, 231, 233.

(iv) 256, 259, 262.


5. Before number              Number                               After number

      219                                  220                                               221

      289                                  290                                               291

      268                                  269                                               270

      270                                  271                                               272

      214                                  215                                               216

      217                                  218                                               219

      257                                  258                                               259

      266                                  267                                               268

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