# No.1.4.2 Place Value To The Hundred Thousands

10 Questions  Settings  Ten Multiple Choice - Independent Work

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• 1.
Mr. Kelsey wrote the number 16,935 on the board. What is the value of the 9 in this number?
• A.

9 hundreds

• B.

9 thousands

• C.

9 tens

• D.

9 ones

• 2.
Which number below is equal to fifty thousand seventeen?
• A.

5,017

• B.

50,017

• C.

500,017

• D.

50,170

• 3.
What is the value of the 4 in 146,297?
• A.

400,000

• B.

4,000

• C.

40,000

• D.

400

• 4.
The sign below welcomes visitors as they enter Topeka, the capital of Kansas. What is the value of the number 2 in their population?
• A.

2 thousands

• B.

2 hundreds

• C.

2 ten thousands

• D.

2 tens

• 5.
What is the value of the digit 3 in the number 5,324?
• A.

3 hundreds

• B.

3 tens

• C.

3 thousands

• D.

3 ten thousands

• 6.
Irvin wrote four statements about the number below. However, one of the statements is incorrect. Which statement is incorrect?
• A.

Each digit has the same value.

• B.

The first digit to the right of the comma has a value of 400.

• C.

The number is an even number.

• D.

The number to the left of the comma has a value of 4,000.

• 7.
Donnie used the base-ten blocks to represent various numbers. What number is he representing below?
• A.

349

• B.

3,049

• C.

3,390

• D.

3,490

• 8.
Use the table below to answer question 8. Which city has a population of one million, one hundred seventy-one thousand, one hundred twenty one?
• A.

San Diego

• B.

Detroit

• C.

Dallas

• D.

Los Angeles

• 9.
What is the value of 4 in 642,987?
• A.

4 thousands

• B.

4 hundreds

• C.

4 ten thousands

• D.

4 hundred thousands

• 10.
What is the value of the digit 5 in the number 45,178?
• A.

5 thousands

• B.

5 hundreds

• C.

5 ten thousands

• D.

5 tens