# Lesson Worksheet: Five-Digit Numbers on Number Lines Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice locating and representing five-digit numbers on number lines with different scales.

Q1:

Which of the following numbers lies at the indicated point on the number line: 11,100, 11,400, or 11,900? Q2:

Which of the following numbers lies at the indicated point on the number line: 12,800, 12,300, or 12,600? Q3:

Which of the following numbers lies at the indicated point on the number line: 13,900, 13,800, or 13,200? Q4:

Which of the following numbers lies at the indicated point on the number line: 15,100, 15,600, or 15,200? Q5:

Find the missing number on the given number line. Q6:

Find the missing number on the given number line. Q7:

Pick the number that is missing from the number line. • A43,000
• B55,000
• C60,000

Q8:

Find the missing number on the given number line. Q9:

Which of the following number lines is correct?

• A • B • C • D Q10:

Which number is missing? Q11:

Which of the following number lines is correct?

• A • B • C • D Q12:

Find the missing number on the given number line. Q13:

Fill in the bubble shown with the correct number on the given number line. Q14:

What number does the leaf represent on the number line? Q15:

What number does the triangle represent on the number line? Q16:

Which statement is correct about the number that is 100 more than 46,000 on the number line? • AIt is between G and H.
• BIt is to the right of H.
• CIt is between F and G.
• DIt is to the left of F.

Q17:

Think about the positions of the numbers 50,545 and 50,554 on this number line.

Which of them is to the left of the star? • AOnly 50,554
• BBoth of them
• COnly 50,545
• DNeither of them