Worksheet on Numbers from 800 to 899

Worksheet on numbers from 800 to 899 will help us to practice the numbers from 800 to 899 in orders.

1. Fill in the missing numbers.

2. Write the number words for the following numbers:

(i) 825

(ii) 801

(iii) 817

(iv) 856


3. Name the hundreds, tens and ones for each number.

(i) 808                    ____ hundreds ____ tens ____ ones

(ii) 859                   ____ hundreds ____ tens ____ ones

(iii) 837                   ____ hundreds ____ tens ____ ones

(iv) 870                  ____ hundreds ____ tens ____ ones


4. Fill in the blanks using the correct symbol > or <:

(i) 877 ____ 870

(ii) 801 ____ 810

(iii) 855 ____ 845

(iv) 825 ____ 835


5. Write the missing numbers:

(i) 851, 861, ____, ____, 891

(ii) 826, ____, 830, 832, ____


6. Answer the following questions:

(i) Find the difference of the place value of 8 and 9 in the number 809.

(ii) Multiply the place value of 8 in 813 by the place value of 1.

(iii) What are the even numbers between 888 and 899?

(iv) Work out the difference: 888 - (100 ÷ 20)


7. Arrange the following in ascending order:

(i) 889, 898, 823, 858

(ii) 806, 800, 899, 876


Answers for the worksheet on numbers from 800 to 899 are given below to check the exact answers.


Answers:


1. 

2. (i) eight hundred twenty five

(ii) eight hundred one

(iii) eight hundred seventeen

(iv) eight hundred fifty six


3. (i) 8 hundreds 0 tens 8 ones

(ii) 8 hundreds 5 tens 9 ones

(iii) 8 hundreds 3 tens 7 ones

(iv) 8 hundreds 7 tens 0 ones


4. (i) >

(ii) <

(iii) >

(iv) <


5. (i) 871, 881

(ii) 828, 834


6. (i) 791

(ii) 8000

(iii) 890, 892, 894, 896 and 898

(iv) 883


7. (i) 823, 858, 889, 898,

(ii) 800, 806, 876, 899

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