Worksheet on Three-digit Numbers

Practice the questions given in worksheet on three-digit numbers. The questions are based on writing the missing number in the correct order, patterns, 3-digit number in words, number names in figures, place value and numbers in expand form.

We have learnt numbers upto 999. We also know place value chart, expanded form, standard form and rounding off a number. Now, do the following activity to quickly revise the concepts we have learnt earlier.

I. Solve the crossword using the given clues.

Across

1. Numeral for five hundred eighty-three

4. 722 rounded off to the nearest 10s

5. Numeral for one less than eight hundred twenty-four

6. Greatest 3-digit number

7. Numeral for four hundred fifty-seven

8. Place value of 2 in 623

Down

1. Number that comes just after 542

2. Number that comes in between 371 and 373

3. Standard form of 500 + 9

5. Number that comes before 876

7. Standard form of 400 + 1

3-Digit Numbers Crossword


II. Write the missing numbers, the number are in order:

III. See the pattern and fill in the blanks:

(i) 224, 226, 228, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(ii) 327, 330, 333, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(iii) 405, 410, 415, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(iv) 506, 516, 526, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(v) 129, 229, 329, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(vi) 613, 623, 633, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(vii) 875, 879, 883, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

(viii) 941, 945, 949, ……, ……, ……, ……, …… .

 

IV. Write the following numbers in words:

(i) 647

(ii) 563

(iii) 959

(iv) 349

(v) 943

(vi) 426

(vii) 777

(viii) 216

(ix) 621

(x) 497

(xi) 567

(xii) 765


V. Write the following number-names in numerals:

(i) Five hundred eighty two

(ii) One hundred ninety seven

(iii) Seven hundred fifty five

(iv) Two hundred sixty one

(v) Six hundred sixty six

(vi) Eight hundred eleven

(vii) Four hundred forty

(viii) Nine hundred ninety three

(ix) Three hundred sixty nine

(x) Eight hundred seventy nine


VI. As 345 means 3 hundred 5 tens and 4 ones, find:

(i) 537 means …… hundred …… tens and …… ones

(ii) 735 means …… hundred …… tens and …… ones

(iii) 504 means …… hundred …… tens and …… ones

(iv) 640 means …… hundred …… tens and …… ones

(v) 278 means …… hundred …… tens and …… ones


VII. Fill in the blank as shown. One has been done for you.

3-Digit Numbers Problem


VIII. Expand the following numbers:

(i) 567    

(ii) 701    

(iii) 250    

(iv) 419    

(v) 133    

(vi) 984    

(vii) 325    

(viii) 085    

(ix) 073    


IX. Write the place value of each digit in 703, 940 and 238.

(i) In 703 the place value of 7, 0, 3 are ……, ……, …… .

(ii) In 940 the place value of 9, 4, 0 are ……, ……, …… .

(iii) In 238 the place value of 2, 3, 8 are ……, ……, …… .


X. Fill in the missing numbers.

3-Digit Missing Numbers

XI. Write in figures:

(i) 4 hundreds, 7 tens and 5 ones

(ii) 3 hundreds, 8 tens and 1 ones

(iii) 8 hundreds, 0 ten and 4 ones

(iv) 7 hundreds, 1 ten and 0 one

(v) 600 + 20 + 5

(vi) 500 + 0 + 3

(vii) 300 + 90 + 0

(viii) 900 + 30 + 6

(ix) 200 + 80 + 7

(x) 100 + 70 + 4


Answers for the worksheet on three-digit numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on 3-digits.


Answers:


I. 

Across

1. 583

4. 720

5. 823

6. 999

7. 457

8. 20

Down

1. 543

2. 372

3. 509

5. 875

7. 401



II.

Questions on Three-digit Numbers


III. (i) 230, 232, 234, 236, 238.

(ii) 336, 339, 342, 345, 348.

(iii) 420, 425, 430, 435, 440.

(iv) 536, 546, 556, 566, 576.

(v) 429, 529, 629, 729, 829.

(vi) 643, 653, 663, 673, 683.

(vii) 887, 892, 896, 900, 904.

(viii) 953, 957, 961, 965, 969.


IV. (i) Six hundred forty seven

(ii) Five hundred sixty three

(iii) Nine hundred fifty nine

(iv) Three hundred forty nine

(v) Nine hundred forty three

(vi) Four hundred twenty six

(vii) Seven hundred seventy seven

(viii) Two hundred sixteen

(ix) Six hundred twenty one

(x) Four hundred ninety seven

(xi) Five hundred sixty seven

(xii) Seven hundred sixty five


V. (i) 582

(ii) 197

(iii) 755

(iv) 261

(v) 666

(vi) 811

(vii) 440

(viii) 993

(ix) 369

(x) 879


VI. (i) 5, 3, 7

(ii) 7, 3, 5

(iii) 5, 0, 4

(iv) 6, 4, 0

(v) 2, 7, 8


VII. (i) 2, 4, 5; 245

(ii) 4, 6, 9; 469


VIII. (i) 500 + 60 + 7    

(ii) 700 + 00 + 1    

(iii) 200 + 50 + 0    

(iv) 400 + 10 + 9    

(v) 100 + 30 + 3    

(vi) 900 + 80 + 4    

(vii) 300 + 20 + 5    

(viii) 80 + 5    

(ix) 70 + 3    


IX. (i) 700, 00, 3

(ii) 900, 40, 0

(iii) 200, 30, 8


X. (i) 459, 460, 461, 462, 464, 465

(ii) 789, 790, 792, 793, 794, 795

(iii) 227, 228, 229, 231, 232, 234


XI. (i) 475

(ii) 381

(iii) 804

(iv) 710

(v) 625

(vi) 503

(vii) 390

(viii) 936

(ix) 287

(x) 174

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