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Number Problems (1)

In this worksheet, students must understand place value and know their number facts to solve the problems.

'Number Problems (1)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:  Solve Place Value Problems to 100

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Remember that the number sixty-five is written 65.

6 is the tens digit and 5 is the ones digit.

 

When we count up in 2s, we add two to the previous number.

4    6    8    10    12    14  ...

 

When we count up in 3s, we add three to the previous number.

6    9    12    15    18    21  ...

 

In a list of numbers, the smallest is the one we would say first when we are counting up.

The largest is the one we would say last.

 

In 45,  34,  25,  54,  13

13 is the smallest and 54 is the largest. 

Jack says that there are 7 tens in the number 72.

Is he right?

yes

no

Emma says that there are 7 ones in the number 72.

Is she right?

yes

no

Aisha starts at 2 and counts up in 2s.

Will she ever say the number 11?

yes

no

Rajeet starts at 2 and counts up in 5s.

Will he ever say the number 12?

yes

no

Paul says that there are 7 tens in the number 61.

Is he right?

yes

no

Emma chooses the number 56.

Mary chooses the number 65.

 

Whose number is bigger?

Emma's

Mary's

Rafa wins 17 tennis matches.

Roger wins 21 tennis matches.

 

Who wins the smaller number of matches?

Rafa

Roger

Look at these numbers.

 

34     21     12     43     41

 

Which is the biggest?

Look at these numbers.

 

34     21     12     43     41

 

Which is the smallest?

Jack has 23p in his pocket.

Jill has 32p in her pocket.

Sacha has 27p in her purse.

Fatima has 33p in her purse.

 

Put these people in order from the person who has the least to the most.

Column A

Column B

1 (least)
Jill
2
Fatima
3
Jack
4 (most)
Sacha
  • Question 1

Jack says that there are 7 tens in the number 72.

Is he right?

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
72 is 7 tens and 2 ones.
  • Question 2

Emma says that there are 7 ones in the number 72.

Is she right?

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
72 is 7 tens and 2 ones.
  • Question 3

Aisha starts at 2 and counts up in 2s.

Will she ever say the number 11?

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
2 4 6 8 10 12...
  • Question 4

Rajeet starts at 2 and counts up in 5s.

Will he ever say the number 12?

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
2 7 12 17...
  • Question 5

Paul says that there are 7 tens in the number 61.

Is he right?

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
61 is 6 tens and 1 one.
  • Question 6

Emma chooses the number 56.

Mary chooses the number 65.

 

Whose number is bigger?

CORRECT ANSWER
Mary's
EDDIE SAYS
65 is bigger than 56.
  • Question 7

Rafa wins 17 tennis matches.

Roger wins 21 tennis matches.

 

Who wins the smaller number of matches?

CORRECT ANSWER
Rafa
EDDIE SAYS
17 is smaller than 21.
  • Question 8

Look at these numbers.

 

34     21     12     43     41

 

Which is the biggest?

CORRECT ANSWER
43
EDDIE SAYS
43 is the biggest. It is 4 tens and 3 ones.
  • Question 9

Look at these numbers.

 

34     21     12     43     41

 

Which is the smallest?

CORRECT ANSWER
12
EDDIE SAYS
12 is the smallest. It is 1 ten and 2 ones.
  • Question 10

Jack has 23p in his pocket.

Jill has 32p in her pocket.

Sacha has 27p in her purse.

Fatima has 33p in her purse.

 

Put these people in order from the person who has the least to the most.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1 (least)
Jack
2
Sacha
3
Jill
4 (most)
Fatima
EDDIE SAYS
23 is the smallest number and 33 is the largest.
27 and 32 come in between.
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