# Worksheet on Reading and Writing Large Numbers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on reading and writing large numbers to group place values into periods in hundred, thousand, million and billion. The questions are related to writing numbers in words and writing numbers in numerals.

I. Write the number names in words:

 (i) 923 – (ii) 4905 – (iii) 39,001 – (iv) 703,090 – (v) 2,193,015 – (vi) 73,869,521 – (vii) 337,216,647 – (viii) 109,511,003 – (ix) 2,010,951,032 – (x) 8,996,783,154 – (xi) 22,917,509,735 – (xii) 91,330,000,501 – (xiii) 609,071,008,209 – (xiv) 909,999,909,990 –

II. Write the numbers in numerals:

(i) Ninety-nine

(ii) Six hundred thirteen

(iii) Nine thousand nine

(iv) Sixty-one thousand seven hundred eight

(v) Nine hundred eighty-one thousand five hundred sixty-one

(vi) Seven million eight hundred six thousand five hundred eighty-five

(vii) Nineteen million eight hundred sixty-nine thousand five hundred twenty-one

(viii) Nine hundred million seven hundred ninety-three thousand fourteen

(ix) Five hundred eleven million one hundred nine thousand nine hundred ninety-seven

(x) Four billion seven hundred twenty-three million one hundred thirty-three thousand four hundred seventy-eight

(xi) Three hundred seventy-four million five hundred twenty-six thousand four hundred thirty-eight

(xii) Ten billion two hundred eighty-eight million three hundred forty-seven thousand eighty-two

(xiii) Nineteen billion seven hundred ninety-two million six hundred sixteen thousand three hundred eleven

(xiv) Two hundred fifty-nine billion one hundred eighty-six million seven hundred fifty-one thousand three hundred twenty-seven

Answers for the worksheet on reading and writing large numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on writing numbers in words and in figures.

I. (i) Nine hundred twenty-three

(ii) Four thousand nine hundred five

(iii) Thirty-nine thousand one

(iv) Seven hundred three thousand ninety

(v) Two million one hundred ninety-three thousand fifteen

(vi) Seventy-three million eight hundred sixty-nine thousand five hundred twenty-one

(vii) Three hundred thirty-seven million two hundred sixteen thousand six hundred forty-seven

(viii) One hundred nine million five hundred eleven thousand three

(ix) Two billion ten million nine hundred fifty-one thousand thirty-two

(x) Eight billion nine hundred ninety-six million seven hundred eighty-three thousand one hundred fifty-four

(xi) Twenty-two billion nine hundred seventeen million five hundred nine thousand seven hundred thirty-five

(xii) Ninety-one billion three hundred thirty million five hundred one

(xiii) Six hundred nine billion seventy-one million eight thousand two hundred nine

(xiv) Nine hundred nine billion nine hundred ninety-nine million nine hundred nine thousand nine hundred ninety

 II. (i) 99 (ii) 613 (iii) 9009 (iv) 61,708 (v) 981,561 (vi) 7,806,585 (vii) 19,869,521 (viii) 900,793,014 (ix) 511,109,997 (x) 4,723,133,478 (xi) 374,526,438 (xii) 10,288,347,082 (xiii) 19,792,616,311 (xiv) 259,186,751,327

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