Worksheet on Operations On Whole Numbers
In worksheet on operations
on whole numbers students can practice the questions on four basic operations
with whole numbers.
We have already learnt the four operations and now we will use the procedure for doing the
basic operations on large numbers up to fivedigits. Let us solve the following
questions to quickly get the idea what we have learnt.
I. Find the product of the given number:
(i) 2287 × 17 (ii) 3846 × 256 (iii) 4592 × 35

(iv) 7005 × 63 (v) 9871 × 26 (vi) 1029 × 107

II. Solve the following:
III. Divide the following and find the quotient and remainder:
(i) 3872 ÷ 26
(ii) 7739 ÷ 112
(iii) 5310 ÷ 15
(iv) 3258 ÷ 140
(v) 4028 ÷ 41
(vi) 3072 ÷ 122
IV. Using the digits 2, 9, 3, 6 and 0 form the largest and the smallest possible 5digit numbers. Find the difference between the two numbers formed.
V. Given below is the number of people who came to watch the football matches at XYZ stadium in a week. Observe the given data and answer the following questions.
Days

Numbers of Spectators

Monday

21,587

Tuesday

15,721

Wednesday

16,040

Thursday

13,674

Friday

22,876

Saturday

26,330

Sunday

25,889

(i) On which day did the minimum numbers of spectators see
the match?
(ii) If the price of one ticket to the stadium is 50 in the
local currency, how much money was collected on Tuesday?
(iii) What was the total number of spectators who came to
XYZ stadium during the week?
(iv) How many more spectators were there on Saturday than
Wednesday?
Answers for the Worksheet on Operations On Whole Numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the questions.
Answers:
I. (i) 38879
(ii) 984576
(iii) 160720
(iv) 441315
(v) 256646
(vi) 110103
II. (i) 79299
(ii) 37148
(iii) 98548
(iv) 10622
(v) 85190
(vi) 129
(vii) 23288
(viii) 74309
(ix) 61415
III. (i) Quotient = 148, remainder = 24
(ii) Quotient = 354, remainder = 0
(iii) Quotient = 98, remainder = 10
(iv) Quotient = 69, remainder = 11
(v) Quotient = 23, remainder = 38
(vi) Quotient = 25, remainder = 22
IV. 96320; 20369; 75951
V. (i) Thursday
(ii) 786050
(iii) 142117
(iv) 10290
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