# 4 th Grade Fernway 2009-2010 2. Use place value structure of the base-ten number system to read, write, represent and compare whole numbers through millions.

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4 th Grade Fernway 2009-2010 2. Use place value structure of the base-ten number system to read, write, represent and compare whole numbers through millions and decimals through thousandths.

The place value of 5 in 459 is... 1. Thousands 2. Tens 3. Ones/Units 4. Hundreds 5. I’m not sure

Which of the following numbers has 8 in the ones/units place? 1. 458 2. 3,829 3. 28,907 4. 85 5. I’m not sure

The place value of 2 in 10,251 is... 1. Thousands 2. Millions 3. Ten thousands 4. Hundreds 5. I’m not sure

The place value of 5 in 956,013 is... 1. Thousands 2. Ten thousands 3. Hundred thousands 4. Hundreds 5. I’m not sure

Which of the following numbers has 6 in the thousands place? 1. 1,653 2. 7,762 3. 36,890 4. 122,096 5. I’m not sure

WHICH NUMBER IS EVEN? 1. 339 2. 265 3. 358 4. I’m not sure

WHICH NUMBER IS ODD? 1. 261 2. 130 3. 952 4. I’m not sure

WHICH NUMBER EXPRESSES ONE HUNDRED MILLION, THREE THOUSAND, TWENTY-THREE? 1. 101,300,230 2. 1,003,023 3. 100,003,023 4. I’m not sure

WHAT DOES THE NUMERAL 4 MEAN IN 8,426,000? 1. FOUR HUNDREDS 2. FOUR THOUSANDS 3. FOUR HUNDRED THOUSANDS 4. I’M NOT SURE

FIND THE EXPANDED FORM FOR 523. 1. 50 + 20 + 30 2. 500 + 20 + 3 3. 5 + 2 + 3 4. I’m not sure

FIND THE EXPANDED FORM FOR 301. 1. 300 + 10 2. 300 + 1 3. 300 + 10 + 0 4. I’m not sure

WHAT NUMBER IS (7 X 1,000) + (3 X 100) + (1 X 10)? 1. 7,310 2. 7,301 3. 7,031 4. I’m not sure

WHAT IS THE STANDARD FORM FOR TWO THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED FIVE? 1. 26,005 2. 260,005 3. 2,605 4. 265 5. I’m not sure

WHAT IS THE STANDARD FORM FOR SIXTY-TWO THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED ONE? 1. 62,701 2. 602,701 3. 6,271 4. 627,001 5. I’m not sure

WHAT IS THE STANDARD FORM FOR FOUR MILLION, THIRTY THOUSAND FORTY? 1. 430,040 2. 4,030,040 3. 43,000,040 4. 40,030,040 5. I’m not sure

GIVE THE VALUE OF THE DIGIT 4 IN 706,040,032. 1. 40 2. 400 3. 4,000 4. 40,000 5. I’m not sure

WHICH NUMERAL MEANS THE NUMBER SEVEN THOUSAND ONE? 1. 71,000 2. 7,100 3. 7,001 4. I’m not sure

WHICH NUMERAL MEANS THE NUMBER FIVE HUNDRED EIGHT? 1. 580 2. 508 3. 805 4. I’m not sure

WHAT DOES THE DIGIT 5 MEAN IN 905? 1. 5 ONES 2. 5 TENS 3. 5 HUNDREDS 4. I’m not sure

WHICH GROUP OF NUMBERS IS IN ORDER FROM GREATEST TO LEAST? 1. 3,713 3,710 3,709 3,700 2. 3,700 3,709 3,710 3,713 3. 3,709 3,713 3,710 3,700 4. 3,713 3,710 3,700 3,709 5. I’m not sure

WHICH GROUP OF NUMBERS IS IN ORDER FROM LEAST TO GREATEST? 1. 3,713 3,710 3,709 3,700 2. 3,700 3,709 3,710 3,713 3. 3,709 3,713 3,710 3,700 4. 3,713 3,710 3,700 3,709 5. I’m not sure

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