# Large Numbers Quiz

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Questions: 10 | Attempts: 10,936  Settings  Numbers are everywhere. If we look closely, our life is surrounded by numbers. How good are you with large numbers? The following quiz will test your knowledge. If you are a student of math and you love studying numbers, then we can very well say that you are going to like this numbers quiz too. The quiz will test you with large numbers and their calculations. Let's see how well you perform when you take this quiz. Best of luck to you with this test!

• 1.

### ..................... is the smallest 6 digit number.

• A.

One million

• B.

Hundred thousand

• C.

Milliard

• D.

Hundred

B. Hundred thousand
Explanation
The correct answer is "Hundred thousand" because it is the smallest number that has six digits. A six-digit number must have a value in the hundred thousands place, and any number smaller than that would have fewer than six digits.

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• 2.

### The value of 1 in the number 567123 is...

• A.

1

• B.

10

• C.

100

• D.

1000

C. 100
Explanation
The value of 1 in the number 567123 is 100 because it is in the hundreds place.

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• 3.

### 351,102 =351000 + ...............

• A.

351

• B.

102000

• C.

1000

• D.

102

D. 102
Explanation
The given expression can be understood as the sum of 351,000 and another number. The number that needs to be added is represented by the digits after the comma, which is 102. Therefore, the correct answer is 102.

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• 4.

### A half-million pounds =

• A.

5,000,000 pounds

• B.

500,000 pounds

• C.

50,000 pounds

• D.

5,000 pounds

B. 500,000 pounds
Explanation
The correct answer is 500,000 pounds because a half-million is equivalent to 500,000.

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• 5.

• A.

Ten thousand

• B.

Ten million

• C.

One million

• D.

One milliard

D. One milliard
Explanation
The term "one milliard" is used to represent the number 1,000,000,000. It is an alternative term for "one billion" and is commonly used in some countries, particularly in Europe.

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• 6.

### The place value of 0 in the number 1234560 is...

• A.

Thousand

• B.

Hundred

• C.

Unit

• D.

Tens

C. Unit
Explanation
In the number 1234560, the place value of 0 is in the unit's place. The unit's place represents the smallest value in a number, which is 1 in this case. The digit 0 in the unit's place does not change the value of the number, but it is still considered a part of the unit's place. Therefore, the correct answer is Unit.

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• 7.

### The value of 1 in the number 231789 is...

• A.

10000

• B.

100

• C.

0

• D.

1000

D. 1000
Explanation
The value of 1 in the number 231789 is 1000 because it is in the thousands place.

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• 8.

### "Five million, two hundred thousand and one" in digit is...

• A.

5,200,001

• B.

5,020,001

• C.

5,002,001

• D.

5,200,100

A. 5,200,001
Explanation
The given phrase "Five million, two hundred thousand and one" can be written in digits as 5,200,001.

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• 9.

### The greatest 7 different digit number is...

• A.

1,234,567

• B.

9,999,9997

• C.

9,876,543

• D.

1,000,000

C. 9,876,543
Explanation
The greatest 7 different digit number means that each digit in the number should be unique. Among the given options, 9,876,543 is the only number that satisfies this condition. It has all the digits from 1 to 9, without any repetition, making it the greatest 7 different digit number.

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• 10.

### 987,654,321 = 987,000,000 + 321 + ....................

• A.

987,000

• B.

321,000

• C.

654,000

• D.

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