# Worksheet on Place Value and Face Value

We will practice the questions given in the worksheet on place value and face value. In place value and face value we need to identify the digit which is highlighted whether in hundreds place, tens place or unit place.

For example; write the place value and face value of the digit 684.

In 684, the digit 6 is at the hundreds place. The place value of 6 is 600. Its face value is 6.

The digit 8 is at the tens place. The place value of 8 is 80. Its face value is 8.

The digit 4 is at the ones place. The place value of 4 is 4. Its face value is 4.

Now, try to work out on the questions given below on place value and face value.

I. Write the place value of the digit written in bold:

(i) 328

(ii) 437

(iii) 803

(iv) 719

(v) 206

(vi) 987

II. Write the face value of the digit written in bold:

(i) 328

(ii) 437

(iii) 803

(iv) 719

(v) 206

(vi) 987

III. Write > or < correctly in the blank space:

(i) 119 ____ 129

(ii) 143 ____ 132

(iii) 234 ____ 219

(iv) 764 ____ 521

(v) 100 ____ 200

(vi) 357 ____ 324

(vii) 438 ____ 420

(viii) 973 ____ 986

(ix) 901 ____ 899

(x) 555 ____ 333

(xi) 300 ____ 800

(xii) 654 ____ 564

(xiii) 812 ____ 281

(xiv) 410 ____ 356

(xv) 632 ____ 633

(xvi) 378 ____ 738

(xvii) 837 ____ 387

(xviii) 321 ____ 331

IV. Write the face value and the place value of the underlined digit in each of the following numerals:

IV. (i) Place Value: 7;  Face Value: 7000

(ii) Place Value: 1;  Face Value: 100

(iii) Place Value: 4;  Face Value: 40000

(iv) Place Value: 1;  Face Value: 100000

(v) Place Value: 0;  Face Value: 0000

(vi) Place Value: 9;  Face Value: 9000

(vii) Place Value: 9;  Face Value: 900000

(viii) Place Value: 1;  Face Value: 1000

(ix) Place Value: 0;  Face Value: 00

(x) Place Value: 1;  Face Value: 100

V. Find the sum of the place-values of 5's in:

(i) 7,50,435

(ii) 51,350

(iii) 4,51,652

(iv) 25,125

V. Find the sum of the place-values of 5's in:

(i) 50,005

(ii) 50,050

(iii) 50,050

(iv) 5,005

VI. Find the difference of the place-values of 8's in:

(i) 8,65,382

(ii) 9,08,083

(iii) 78,587

(iv) 85,218

VI. Find the difference of the place-values of 8's in:

(i) 799920

(ii) 7920

(iii) 7920

(iv) 79992

VII. In each of the following numbers, write the digit which has the greatest place-value:

(i) 42,736

(ii) 5,39,186

(iii) 3,08.961

(iv) 6,01,539

VII.  (i) 4

(ii) 5

(iii) 3

(iv) 6

Answer for the worksheet on place value and face value are given below to check the exact answer.

I. (i) 20

(ii) 400

(iii) 3

(iv) 10

(v) 6

(vi) 900

II. (i) 2

(ii) 4

(iii) 3

(iv) 1

(v) 6

(vi) 9

III. (i) 119 < 129

(ii) 143 > 132

(iii) 234 > 219

(iv) 764 > 521

(v) 100 < 200

(vi) 357 > 324

(vii) 438 > 420

(viii) 973 < 986

(ix) 901 > 899

(x) 555 > 333

(xi) 300 < 800

(xii) 654 > 564

(xiii) 812 > 281

(xiv) 410 > 356

(xv) 632 < 633

(xvi) 378 < 738

(xvii) 837 > 387

(xviii) 321 < 331

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