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In this lesson, we will learn how to identify place values through thousands and demonstrate how the same digit can have different values in each of those places.

Q1:

Find the number formed by the digits in the table below.

Q2:

Complete the table finding the place value of 6.

Q3:

What is the place value of the 1 in 5 3 2 1 ?

Q4:

In which of the following numbers does the digit 4 represent a value of 400?

Q5:

If the number 2 3 8 0 is divided by 10, the digit 8 will end up in the place.

Q6:

2 0 = h u n d r e d s t h o u s a n d s .

Q7:

What is the biggest number that can be made from 1 , 5 , 4 , 6 using each digit only once?

Q8:

Complete the following table.

Q9:

Find the largest four-digit number made with four different digits where the ones digit is 7.

Q10:

Complete the following: 4 thousands = hundreds = tens = .

Q11:

Separate the number into its place values.

Q12:

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Q15:

Complete the following: 9 500 tens = thousands = hundreds = .

Q16:

What is the smallest four-digit number that can be made from 8, 2, 9 and 4 where each number is only used once?

Q17:

Find the place value in words and digits of 5 in the number 8 356.

Q18:

Find the place value in words and digits of 1 in the number 1 536.

Q19:

Find the place value in words and digits of 8 in the number 8 065.

Q20:

Find the place value in words and digits of 3 in the number 5 370.

Q21:

Find the place value in words and digits of 8 in the number 8 470.

Q22:

What is the place value of the digit in parentheses in the number 4 2 7 ( 9 ) ?

Q23:

What is the place value of the digit in parentheses in the number ( 7 ) 8 1 3 ?

Q24:

What is the place value of the digit in parentheses in the number 4 ( 7 ) 4 7 ?

Q25:

What is the place value of the digit in parentheses in the number 7 0 ( 2 ) 5 ?

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