Worksheet: More and Less: One, Ten, One Hundred, or One Thousand

In this worksheet, we will practice using place value to add or subtract 1, 10, 100, or 1000 from four-digit numbers and complete number patterns.

Q1:

Find the number that is a thousand less than 2,599.

Q2:

Daniel wants to collect enough tokens to win a prize. He needs 2,250 tokens. He has one hundred less than this. How many tokens does he have?

Q3:

A teacher drew the following figure to show her students how to find one, ten, a hundred, and a thousand less than a number.

Now, think about the number 6,783.

What is one less than 6,783?

What is ten less than 6,783?

What is a hundred less than 6,783?

What is a thousand less than 6,783?

Q4:

What is ten more than 1,114?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q5:

Find the number that is a hundred more than 2,800.

Q6:

The diagram shows that 6,582 is ten more than 6,572 and 6,562 is ten less than 6,572.

What about 3,285?

What is ten more than 3,285?

What is ten less than 3,285?

Q7:

Today, a hypermarket sold a thousand fewer items than yesterday. If 6,770 items were sold yesterday, how many items were sold today?

Q8:

We can use place value counters to find one, ten, or a hundred more than a number.

Which of the following is one more than 1,052?

  • A1,062
  • B1,050
  • C1,053
  • D1,152
  • E1,051

Which of the following is ten more than 1,052?

  • A1,050
  • B1,053
  • C1,152
  • D1,051
  • E1,062

Which of the following is a hundred more than 1,052?

  • A1,152
  • B1,053
  • C1,051
  • D1,050
  • E1,062

Q9:

What is ten more than 1,212?

What is ten less than 1,212?

Q10:

Complete the following table.

NumberAdd 1Add 10Add 100Add 1,000
4,569
  • A4,570,4,579,4,669,5,569
  • B4,570,4,579,4,669,6,569
  • C4,570,4,580,4,680,5,680
  • D4,570,4,580,4,680,4,780

Q11:

Complete the following table.

  • A100, 3,320, 3,231
  • B100, 3,839, 3,750
  • C100, 4,039, 3,950
  • D101, 3,319, 3,230
  • E101, 4,040, 3,951

Q12:

Complete the following: 18,685+100.

Q13:

Complete the following table.

NumberTake Away 1Take Away 10Take Away 100Take Away 1,000
2,370
  • A2,369,2,368,2,270,2,170
  • B2,369,2,360,2,270,1,370
  • C2,369,2,359,2,259,2,159
  • D2,369,2,359,2,259,1,259

Q14:

A teacher drew the following figure to show her students how to find one, ten, a hundred, and a thousand more than a number.

Now, think about the number 2,634

What is one more than 2,634?

What is ten more than 2,634?

What is a hundred more than 2,634?

What is a thousand more than 2,634?

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