 # Millions

In this worksheet, students must be able to read numbers up to millions and state the value of the given digits. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Place Value

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

Look at this table, which shows the place value of numbers up to millions.

You should know the value of each column and understand how each number is written. In 6025 the 6 is in the Thousands column, so is worth 6000.

In 6 092 047 the 6 is in the Millions column, so is worth a massive 6 000 000.

In 1 234 567 the 6 is only in the Tens column, so is worth only 60. When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, three hundred and fifty-two thousand and ninety-six

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Three million, fifty-two thousand and ninety-six

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Fifty-two thousand and thirty-six

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Fifty-three thousand and twenty-six

Tens

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, six hundred and fifty-three thousand, seven hundred and ninety-six

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, six hundred and fifty-five thousand, seven hundred and ninety-three

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, three hundred and fifty-five thousand, seven hundred and ninety

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, eight hundred and thirty-five thousand, seven hundred and forty

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, eight hundred thousand and thirty

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, six hundred and fifty-two thousand, three hundred and ninety-six

Hundreds

Thousands

Ten Thousands

Hundred Thousands

Millions

Tens

Units

• Question 1 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, three hundred and fifty-two thousand and ninety-six

Hundred Thousands
EDDIE SAYS
3 hundred thousand.
The number is 5 352 096.
• Question 2 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Three million, fifty-two thousand and ninety-six

Millions
EDDIE SAYS
3 million.
The number is 3 052 096.
• Question 3 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Fifty-two thousand and thirty-six

Tens
EDDIE SAYS
Thirty is 3 tens.
The number is 52 036.
• Question 4 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Fifty-three thousand and twenty-six

Thousands
EDDIE SAYS
3 thousand.
The number is 53 026.
• Question 5 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, six hundred and fifty-three thousand, seven hundred and ninety-six

Thousands
EDDIE SAYS
3 thousand.
The number is 5 653 796.
• Question 6 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, six hundred and fifty-five thousand, seven hundred and ninety-three

Units
EDDIE SAYS
Three is 3 units.
The number is 5 655 793.
• Question 7 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, three hundred and fifty-five thousand, seven hundred and ninety

Hundred Thousands
EDDIE SAYS
3 hundred thousand.
The number is 5 355 790.
• Question 8 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, eight hundred and thirty-five thousand, seven hundred and forty

Ten Thousands
EDDIE SAYS
Thirty thousand is 3 in the Ten Thousands column.
The number is 5 835 740.
• Question 9 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, eight hundred thousand and thirty

Tens
EDDIE SAYS
Thirty is 3 tens.
The number is 5 800 030.
• Question 10 When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit  3.

Five million, six hundred and fifty-two thousand, three hundred and ninety-six

Hundreds
EDDIE SAYS
3 hundred.
The number is 5 652 396.
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