# Worksheet: Place Value of Four-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice representing four-digit numbers withplace value tables and counters andstatingthe value of each digit of a number.

Q1:

Complete the table finding the place value of 6.

Number Value 659 746 600 ⋯ hundreds ⋯
• A60, tens
• B6, units
• C6, tens
• D6, hundreds

Q2:

What is the place value of the digit in brackets in the number ?

• Aunits
• Btens
• Chundreds
• Dthousands

Q3:

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

• Aunits, 5
• Bthousands, 5,000
• Ctens, 50
• Dhundreds, 500

Q4:

Separate the number into its place values.

Number Thousands Hundreds Tens Units
6,702
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q5:

What is the place value of the 1 in 5,321?

• Athousands
• Bones
• Chundreds
• Dtens

Q6:

Complete the following table.

Number Thousands Hundreds Tens Units
9,538
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q7:

Rearrange the digits of 792 and 249 so that their sum has the smallest value.

• A972, 249
• B279, 942
• C279, 249
• D972, 942

Q8:

Madison made a list of all the numbers between 176 and 231 that have the digit 5. How many numbers did Madison have on her list?

Q9:

Find all the elements of the set of 3-digit numbers whose 3 digits are the same.

• A112, 211, 233, 332, 455, 554, 788, 887, 999
• B111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, 777, 888, 999
• C111, 222, 333, 555, 666, 777, 888, 999
• D112, 211, 224, 422, 677, 776, 799, 997

Q10:

Add together the biggest and smallest numbers that each contain the digits 3, 4, 7, 9.