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Question 1: Write the place value of:
Question 2: Write the greatest and the smallest 4digit number (without repeating a digit) from the following digits:
Question 3: Fill in the blanks, using > or < :
7,30,052 > 25,194
38,569 < 30,056
4,37,295 < 4,37,564
Question 4: Write the following numbers in words:
Question 5: Write the following numbers in short form:
Question 6: Find the greatest number of each group:
Question 7: Write the greatest and the smallest 6digit numbers (without repeating a digit) from the following digits:
Question 8: Observe the pattern and write next three numbers :
Question 9: Fill in the blanks:
Question 10: Round off 43, 98 and 236 to the nearest ten. After rounding off, add them. Round off the sum to the nearest hundred.
43 to 40, 98 to 100, 236 to 240 (rounding to the nearest ten)
40 + 100 + 240 = 380
380 rounded to the nearest hundred is 400
Question 11: A 3digit number was rounded off to the nearest ten and the result was 320. Find the interval of the original number.
315 to 319 nearest tens is ones place if it is 5 or greater than 5 than .it will increase to nearest ten for example, 45 will change into 50.
Question 12: How many hundreds are there in 2,56,000?
1.2560 hundreds are there in 2,56,000.
Question 13: Placevalue of a digit can never be less than its facevalue. Is it true?
Yes, Place value and face value are always equal at ones place. The face value of a number is the value of the digit or numeral itself.
Question 14: Write twelve million, one hundred six thousand, three hundred seven in figures.
12,106,307
Question 15: Find the sum of the placevalues of two 5s in 50,29,653.
5 in tens 2nd 5 in ten lakh
Stepbystep explanation:
5029653
3 0nes
5 tens
6 hund
9 thousand
2 ten thousand
0 lakh
5 ten lakh
5,00,000  50 = 499950
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