Lesson Worksheet: Making Four-Digit Numbers Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice decomposing four-digit numbers into thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones in multiple ways.

Q1:

Which of the following is equal to 800 tens?

  • A30+5,000hundredstens
  • B300+5,000hundredstens
  • C30+500hundredstens
  • D300+500hundredstens

Q2:

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

  • A40, 4, 400
  • B4, 40, 400
  • C4, 400, 4,000
  • D40, 400, 4,000

Q3:

What does 60 ones plus 71 hundreds equal?

Q4:

Fill in the blank: 4+21=thousandstens.

Q5:

Find the missing four-digit number.

Q6:

Pick the correct decomposition of the number 5,612.

  • A12+56thousandshundreds
  • B5+6+1+2thousandshundredstensones
  • C56+12thousandshundreds
  • D2+1+6+5thousandshundredstensones

Q7:

Complete the following: 7thousands and 36units=++=.

  • A7,000, 300, 60, 7,360
  • B7,000, 60, 3, 7,063
  • C7,000, 30, 6, 7,036
  • D7,000, 300, 6, 7,306

Q8:

Which of the following equals 75+6+6hundredstensunits?

  • A5,000+700+60+6
  • B7,000+60+6
  • C700+110+6
  • D7,000+500+60+6

Q9:

Look carefully at these place value blocks.

What is the missing number in the statement?

  • A14 hundreds
  • B4 hundreds
  • C1 thousand
  • D9 hundreds

Q10:

Which of the following is the odd one out?

  • A4,000+600
  • B46 hundreds
  • C460 ones
  • D3 thousands and 16 hundreds

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