Worksheet: Making Three-Digit Numbers

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

Q1:

Find the missing three-digit number.

Q2:

Find the missing group of ones.

Q3:

Find the missing group of ones.

Q4:

Find the missing number.

Q5:

Find the missing number.

Q6:

Find the missing three-digit number.

Q7:

Find the missing group of tens.

Q8:

Which number represents the same value as 12 tens and 4 ones?

  • A412
  • B16
  • C160
  • D124

Q9:

Which number represents the same value as 5 hundreds and 4 tens?

Q10:

Which number represents the same value as 3 hundreds and 56 ones?

Q11:

900 tens = hundreds.

  • A9
  • B90
  • C900

Q12:

Complete the following: tens = hundreds=800.

  • A80, 80
  • B80, 8
  • C8, 80
  • D80, 800

Q13:

Write a three-digit number to solve this problem: 42+7=tenstens.

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