# Lesson Worksheet: Place Value of Numbers up to 1 000 000 000 000 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice defining place values in the billions; writing numbers with 10, 11, and 12 digits in standard, expanded, and word forms; stating the value of any digit; and decomposing numbers in multiple ways.

Q1:

What is the place value of the digit 6 in 156,309,827,207?

• Aten billions
• Bbillions
• Cmillions
• Dten millions

Q2:

Write down the number given in the figure in digits. Q3:

Which of the following is equivalent to 55,376,535,526?

• A
• B
• C

Q4:

Write 417,723,765,446 in words.

• AFour hundred seventeen billion seven hundred twenty-seven million seven hundred sixty-five thousand four hundred forty-six
• BSeven hundred seventy-seven billion six hundred sixty-five million four hundred forty-four thousand three hundred twenty-one
• CFour hundred seventeen billion seven hundred twenty-three million seven hundred sixty-five thousand four hundred forty-six
• DSix hundred forty-four billion five hundred sixty-seven million three hundred twenty-seven thousand seven hundred fourteen

Q5:

Write billion in digits.

Q6:

Complete the following: 4,436,621,121 can be written as follows: billion, million, thousand, .

• A4, 436, 621, 121
• B121, 621, 436, 4
• C4, 621, 436, 121
• D436, 4, 621, 121

Q7:

Which digit in the number 148,965,370 represents the million value?

Q8:

How many digits form one hundred billion?

Q9:

Express billion in millions.

• A3,380 million
• B338 million
• C338,000 million
• D33,800 million
• E3.38 million

Q10:

Find the greatest-digit number where the sum of the digits is 18.