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Lesson Worksheet: Place Value Relationships Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice recognizing when digits get 10, 100, 1000, and so on times bigger or smaller as they move left or right up to 9 digits.

Q1:

What is the rule of the following pattern: 50000,5000000,500000000,?

  • AMultiply by 100
  • BDivide by 10
  • CMultiply by 10
  • DDivide by 100
  • EMultiply by 1‎ ‎000

Q2:

Look carefully at the given place value table.

The digit 2 is moved once to the left.

Fill in the blanks: The digit’s value will now be times .

  • A100, smaller
  • B10, larger
  • C100, larger
  • D10, smaller
  • E1‎ ‎000, larger

Q3:

Maged and Adel have been asked to put the digit 7 in the highest place value in a nine-digit number.

All the other digits should be zeros.

Who is right?

  • AAdel
  • BMaged

Q4:

Look carefully at the given place value table.

The digit 7 is moved three places to the left.

Fill in the blanks: The digit’s value will now be times .

  • A1‎ ‎000, larger
  • B10, larger
  • C1‎ ‎000, smaller
  • D100, larger
  • E100, smaller

Q5:

Which multiplication sentence could represent the statement 600‎ ‎000 is 10 times greater than 60‎ ‎000?

  • A10=600000×60000
  • B600000=10×60000
  • C600000=10×10
  • D60000=10×600000
  • E60000=600000×600000

Q6:

Fill in the blank: 200‎ ‎000‎ ‎000 is than 20‎ ‎000‎ ‎000.

  • A1‎ ‎000 times larger
  • B100 times smaller
  • C10 times smaller
  • D10 times larger
  • E100 times larger

Q7:

In which number does the digit 8 have a greater value: 78‎ ‎254‎ ‎623 or 72‎ ‎845‎ ‎612?

Q8:

Amer writes down this number pattern: 1000,10000,100000,.

Look at the digit 1 in Amer’s pattern.

Which of these statements is true?

  • AThe place value of 1 increases.
  • BThe place value of 1 decreases.

Q9:

Look carefully at the given place value table.

The digit 6 is moved two places to the left.

Fill in the blanks: The digit’s value will now be times .

  • A10, larger
  • B100, larger
  • C1‎ ‎000, smaller
  • D100, smaller
  • E10, smaller

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