Lesson Worksheet: Writing Four-Digit Numbers in Various Forms Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice writing four-digit numbers in digit, word, and expanded forms.

Q1:

Write 4,000+600+7 in standard form, and then place each of its digits below the corresponding place value in the given place value chart.

NumberThousandsHundredsTensOnes
  • A4,607, 4, 6, 0, 7
  • B7,640, 7, 6, 4, 0
  • C4,607, 4,000, 600, 0
  • D7,604, 7, 6, 0, 4
  • E4,670, 4, 6, 7, 0

Q2:

Complete the following: 6,000+400+60=.

Q3:

Write 9,000+800+50 in standard form, and then place each of its digits below the corresponding place value in the given table.

ThousandsHundredsTensOnes
  • A9,805, 9, 8, 0, 5
  • B98,050, 9, 8, 0, 50
  • C9,850, 9,000, 800, 50, 0
  • D9,850, 9, 8, 5, 0
  • E98,500, 9, 8, 50, 0

Q4:

Complete the following: 493=+90+.

  • A40, 30
  • B400, 3
  • C4, 300
  • D4, 3

Q5:

Complete the following: 5,000+300+70+5=.

Q6:

Write three thousand six hundred and sixty-two in digits.

Q7:

Write 9,275 in words.

  • ANine thousand two hundred seventy-five
  • BTwo thousand nine hundred seventy-five
  • CTwo thousand seven hundred fifty-nine
  • DNine thousand seven hundred fifty-two

Q8:

Write the following number in expanded form: 1,384=.

  • A4,000+800+30+1
  • B1,000+300+80+4
  • C1,000+300+40+8
  • D3,000+100+80+4

Q9:

Find 7,000+400+78.

Q10:

Write the following number in expanded form: 5,016=.

  • A6,000+500+10
  • B5,000+60+1
  • C6,000+100+5
  • D5,000+10+6

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