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Know Your Numbers: Alternative Numbers

In this worksheet, students write numbers given in alternative formats in a more standard way.

'Know Your Numbers: Alternative Numbers' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:  Know Numbers to 1 000 000

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Sometimes you may hear people using numbers in alternative formats, such as:

 

"There were about 35 hundred people in the theatre".

 

35 hundred is the same as 35 x 100 = 3500 or three thousand five hundred.

 

Example 1

Change 32 tens into a proper number

 

Answer

32 x 10 = 320

 

Example 2

Write 523 hundred in the normal way

 

Answer

523 x 100 = 52300

 

 

 

 

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

35 hundred

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

43 hundred

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

43 tens

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

413 tens

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

40 tens

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

40 hundreds

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

400 hundreds

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

4000 hundreds

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

4200 tens

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

42000 tens

  • Question 1

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

35 hundred

CORRECT ANSWER
3500
EDDIE SAYS
35 x 100 = 3500
  • Question 2

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

43 hundred

CORRECT ANSWER
4300
EDDIE SAYS
43 x 100 = 4300
  • Question 3

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

43 tens

CORRECT ANSWER
430
EDDIE SAYS
43 x 10 = 430
  • Question 4

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

413 tens

CORRECT ANSWER
4130
EDDIE SAYS
413 x 10 = 4130
  • Question 5

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

40 tens

CORRECT ANSWER
400
EDDIE SAYS
40 x 10 = 400
  • Question 6

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

40 hundreds

CORRECT ANSWER
4000
EDDIE SAYS
40 x 100 = 4000
  • Question 7

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

400 hundreds

CORRECT ANSWER
40000
EDDIE SAYS
400 x 100 = 40000
  • Question 8

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

4000 hundreds

CORRECT ANSWER
400000
EDDIE SAYS
4000 x 100 = 400000
  • Question 9

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

4200 tens

CORRECT ANSWER
42000
EDDIE SAYS
4200 x 10 = 42000
  • Question 10

Change the following number into a proper number:

 

42000 tens

CORRECT ANSWER
420000
EDDIE SAYS
42000 x 10 = 420000
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