# Lesson Worksheet: More and Less: One, Ten, One Hundred, or One Thousand Mathematics

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:

Ethan 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:

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

What is ten more than 3,285?

What is ten less than 3,285?

Q6:

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

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.