# Counting in Steps of 10 000 and 100 000

In this worksheet, students must count in steps of 10 000 or 100 000 forwards and backwards to find the missing number.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Place Value

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Starting at 0 we can count up in 10 000s like this:

0    10 000    20 000    30 000    40 000    50 000    60 000    70 000 ...

Example

When we count up in 10 000s, what comes before and after 52 000?

32 000    42 000    52 000    62 000

42 000 comes before. 62 000 comes after.

When we start at 6, the numbers go up in 100 000s like this:

6    100 006    200 006    300 006    400 006    500 006    600 006    700 006    800 006 ...

Example

When we count up in 100 000s, what comes before 501 708?

101 708    201 708    301 708    401 708    501 708    601 708    701 708    801 708

When we start at 104 006, the numbers go up in 10 000s like this, changing the 10 000s digit:

104 006    114 006    124 006    134 006    144 006

And when we start at 104 006, the numbers go up in 100 000s like this, changing the 100 000s digit:

104 006    204 006    304 006    404 006    504 006

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

0   10 000   20 000   ?   40 000

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

12 305   ?   32 305   42 305

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

42 150    52 150    ?    72 150

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

45 077    ?    65 077     75 077

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

?    15 240    25 240    35 240

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

150 000   250 000   350 000   ?

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

321 500   421 500   521 500   ?

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

432 007   532 007   632 007

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

124    100 124    200 124    ?

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

100 010   200 010   300 010

What is the missing number?

• Question 1

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

0   10 000   20 000   ?   40 000

What is the missing number?

30000
30 000
EDDIE SAYS
0... 10 000... 20 000... 30 000... 40 000
• Question 2

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

12 305   ?   32 305   42 305

What is the missing number?

22305
22 305
EDDIE SAYS
12 305... 22 305... 32 305... 42 305...
• Question 3

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

42 150    52 150    ?    72 150

What is the missing number?

62150
62 150
EDDIE SAYS
42 150... 52 150... 62 150... 72 150
• Question 4

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

45 077    ?    65 077     75 077

What is the missing number?

55077
55 077
EDDIE SAYS
45 077... 55 077... 65 077... 75 077
• Question 5

Look at these numbers which go up in 10 000s.

?    15 240    25 240    35 240

What is the missing number?

5240
5 240
EDDIE SAYS
5 240... 15 240... 25 240... 35 240
• Question 6

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

150 000   250 000   350 000   ?

What is the missing number?

450000
450 000
EDDIE SAYS
150 000... 250 000... 350 000... 450 000
• Question 7

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

321 500   421 500   521 500   ?

What is the missing number?

621500
621 500
EDDIE SAYS
321 500... 421 500... 521 500... 621 500
• Question 8

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

432 007   532 007   632 007

What is the missing number?

332007
332 007
EDDIE SAYS
332 007... 432 007... 532 007... 632 007
• Question 9

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

124    100 124    200 124    ?

What is the missing number?

300124
300 124
EDDIE SAYS
124... 100 124... 200 124... 300 124
• Question 10

Look at these numbers which go up in 100 000s.

100 010   200 010   300 010

What is the missing number?

10
EDDIE SAYS
10... 100 010... 200 010... 300 010
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