# Calculate with Large Numbers Including Millions

In this worksheet, students will be required to use their place value knowledge, including numbers in the millions, to solve a variety of calculations.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Solve Number/Place Value Problems up to 10 000 000

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this activity, you need to use your place value knowledge to solve a variety of calculations.

Let's recap the place value of numbers, including those in the millions, using a place value chart.

By looking at this chart, you need to able to recognise the value of each column and understand why it's written like that.

Remember, it can be helpful to read larger numbers in groups of 3,

19 thousand then 14

7 million then 43 thousand then 167

9 million then 2 thousand then 879

Over to you now to use your place value skills to tackle a range of questions. Ready?

Can you accurately complete the number sentence to represent 816958?

Can you accurately complete the number sentence to represent 1 622 344?

Look at the numbers below, which is the larger number of the two?

64 922          64 092

Look at the numbers below, which is the largest of the two?

2 512 444          2 512 333

Can you choose the correct number, in digits, that represents

six million, eight hundred and twenty two thousand and sixteen

6 822 011

6 800 016

6 822 016

6 722 016

Can you choose the correct number, in digits, to represent nine million, six hundred and fourteen thousand, four hundred and five.

9 614 405

9 611 405

9 614 455

9 664 405

Can you match the digits with the correct words?

## Column B

Two million, one hundred and twenty three thousand...
9 689 204
Seven hundred and forty six thousand and nine hund...
2 123 189
Nine million, six hundred and eighty nine thousand...
746 954
Four hundred and sixty one thousand and two
461 002

Can you match the digits with the correct words?

## Column B

Fourteen million, six hundred and twenty two thous...
14 622 010
Nine hundred and six thousand, two hundred and ele...
21 861 000
Five million, eight hundred and sixty four thousan...
5 864 113
Twenty one million, eight hundred and sixty one th...
906 211

If a sequence starts with the number 33 591 and 10 000 is added on each time, what will the next 3 numbers in the sequence be?

43 591, 44 591, 45 591

43 591, 53 591, 63 591

43 591, 52 591, 63 591

If a sequence starts with the number 2 459 012 and 1 000 000 is added on each time, what will the next 2 numbers in the sequence be?

3 459 012, 4 459 012

2 459 012, 3 459 012

3 459 013, 4 459 012

• Question 1

Can you accurately complete the number sentence to represent 816958?

EDDIE SAYS
How did you find that? Work through each part of the number and remember to read it in groups. To read 816958 we say, "8 hundred and 16 thousand, 9 hundred and 58".
• Question 2

Can you accurately complete the number sentence to represent 1 622 344?

EDDIE SAYS
Again, to complete the blanks correctly, you need to work through each part of the number and remember to read it in groups. To read 1 622 344 we say, "1 million and 622 thousand, 3 hundred and 44".
• Question 3

Look at the numbers below, which is the larger number of the two?

64 922          64 092

64922
64 922
EDDIE SAYS
Although both numbers contain 64 thousand, 64 922 is the larger number as it has nine hundreds, whereas 64 092 doesn't have any hundreds. When comparing numbers, start with the largest digit, then work through each digit to accurately compare. Is this beginning to make more sense? Let's keep practising...
• Question 4

Look at the numbers below, which is the largest of the two?

2 512 444          2 512 333

2 512 444
2512444
EDDIE SAYS
These two numbers look quite similar as they both contain 2 million, 512 thousand. However, 2 512 444 is the larger number as it has a greater number of hundreds, tens and ones. Remember, when comparing numbers, start with the largest digit and then work through each digit in order to accurately compare.
• Question 5

Can you choose the correct number, in digits, that represents

six million, eight hundred and twenty two thousand and sixteen

6 822 016
EDDIE SAYS
You had to look closely to spot the correct number of 6 822 016. Special well done if you got this one right!
• Question 6

Can you choose the correct number, in digits, to represent nine million, six hundred and fourteen thousand, four hundred and five.

9 614 405
EDDIE SAYS
Did you get this one correct? It's 9 614 405.
• Question 7

Can you match the digits with the correct words?

## Column B

Two million, one hundred and twen...
2 123 189
Seven hundred and forty six thous...
746 954
Nine million, six hundred and eig...
9 689 204
Four hundred and sixty one thousa...
461 002
EDDIE SAYS
When matching words and digits together, remember to look at each part carefully and read the number in each group to help you.
• Question 8

Can you match the digits with the correct words?

## Column B

Fourteen million, six hundred and...
14 622 010
Nine hundred and six thousand, tw...
906 211
Five million, eight hundred and s...
5 864 113
Twenty one million, eight hundred...
21 861 000
EDDIE SAYS
Same tip for this question, when matching words and digits together, identify each group within the figure carefully and read the number in parts to help you! Hopefully you're getting more confident with each question attempt.
• Question 9

If a sequence starts with the number 33 591 and 10 000 is added on each time, what will the next 3 numbers in the sequence be?

43 591, 53 591, 63 591
EDDIE SAYS
There were a lot of very similar numbers to look at there! When adding 10 000 each time, the next 3 numbers in the sequence are 43 591, 53 591, 63 591. As you can see, it is only the ten thousand digit (TTh) that is changing, the other digits remain the same! Don't get caught out.
• Question 10

If a sequence starts with the number 2 459 012 and 1 000 000 is added on each time, what will the next 2 numbers in the sequence be?

3 459 012, 4 459 012
EDDIE SAYS
Again, this question required some close reading! When adding 1 000 000 each time, the next 2 numbers in the sequence are 3 459 012, 4 459 012. As you can see, it is only the millions (M) digit that is changing. Great work, you've completed another activity! How about attempting another one so you feel super confident?
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