# Know Place Value in Seven-Digit Whole Numbers

In this worksheet, students will revise place value (in large numbers) by giving the value of a digit in a seven-digit whole number.

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Place Value for All Numbers

Difficulty level:

#### Worksheet Overview

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.

6         0         9        2          0         4         7

1         2         3        4          5         6         7

6          0         2         5

The numbers above are:

Six million, ninety-two thousand and forty-seven

One million, two hundred and thirty-four thousand, five hundred and sixty-seven

Six thousand and twenty-five

If we moved any of the digits into a different column, the number would become completely different.

In the number 1,234,567

The 7 represents seven ones or 7

The 6 represents sixty or 60

The 5 represents five hundred or 500

The 4 represents four thousand or 4,000

The 3 represents thirty thousand or 30,000

The 2 represents two hundred thousand or 200,000

The 1 represents one million or 1,000,000

Large numbers are difficult to read, so we put either commas or spaces in the number to separate every third digit.

For example:

1, 234, 567

or

1 234 567

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