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## Sections

• Calculate the Products
• Divide the following
• Hostel Number of Occupants
• Company Number of greeting
• Solve the problems
• City Number of resident
• Learning Area : Mixed Operations With Numbers Up to Seven Digits
• Find the answers
• Race Number of spectators
• Children Adult

# TOPIC ONE : WHOLE NUMBER

Learning Area : Numbers up to seven digits.
Learning Objectives : Develop number sense up to seven digits
Learning outcomes: Name and write numbers up to seven digits

Write the numbers in numerals or words
Number words Numerals
1. One million six hundred eleven thousand and twenty
2. Three million forty thousand and eighteen
3. Nine million five hundred two thousand and six
4. Two hundred thousand one hundred and eighty-seven
5. Four hundred sixty-six thousand three hundred and eighty-one
6. Six hundred fifty-nine thousand and forty
7. One million four hundred and three
8. Eight hundred twenty-four thousand and sixteen
9. Four million three hundred four thousand two hundred and eleven
10. Two hundred twenty-two thousand four hundred and twelve
11. 1 023 050
12. 6 801 701
13. 5 009 000
14. 675 418
15. 703 268
16. 537 900
17. 3 421 745
18. 498 063
19. 3 421 743
20. 723 408

A. Write the numbers in extended notation.
Example: 1 047 258 = 1 000 000 + 40 000 + 7 000 + 200 +50 + 8
= 1 million + 0 hundred thousands + 4 ten thousands + 7 thousands +
2 hundreds + 5 tens + 8 ones.

1. 2 416 300 = ………………………………………....................................................................

2. 6 107 582 = …………………………………………………………………………………..

3. 5 360 090 = ………………………………………………………………………………………

4. 4 632 705 = ……………………………………………………………………………………….

5. 627 030 = ………………………………………………………………………………………….

6. 543 918 = ………………………………………………………………………………………..

7. 970 512 = …………………………………………………………………………………………..

Write the numbers :
1. 3 000 000 + 80 000 + 50 000 + 6 000 + 200 + 90 + 7 =
2. 9 in millions and hundreds place , 0 in the hundred thousands , ten thousands ,
thousands and tens place , 3 in ones place
…………………………………………………
3. 4 millions + 6 hundred thousands + 7 ten thousands + 5 thousands +0 hundreds +
8 tens + 2 0nes =
……………………………………
4. Fill in the missing numbers
a) 9 307 582 = …………. ……+ 300 000 + ……….. + 7 000 + 500 + 80 +2
b) 7 314 608 = 7 000 000 + ……………. + ………………. + 4 000 + …….. + 0 + 8
c) 654 207 = 600 000 + …………. + 4 000 + 200 + 0 + 7

Learning Outcomes ( ii ) :
Determine the place value of the digit in any whole number up to seven digits.

Write the place values or digit value of the underlined digits.
Number Place value Digit value
1 3 045 217 hundreds 200
2 8 129 634
3 7 052 618
4 6 431 085
5 9 216 830
6 6 129 635
7 1 428 367
8 9 305 421
9 2 047 698
10 5 206 781
11 890 741
12 126 905
13 943 258
14 376 027
15 645 394
16 981 267
17 946 224
18 319 857
19 4 214 359
20 2 943 560

(iii) Learning outcomes
Express whole numbers in a ) decimals b ) fractions of a million and vice versa

A. Write the whole numbers in decimals of a million and vice versa
Example a) 900 000 = 0.9 million b ) 1.8 million = 1 800 000
1. 860 000 =
2. 0.2 =
3. 1 502 000 =
4. 1.39 million =
5. 4 500 000 =
6. 3 250 000 =
7. 800 000 =
8. 4.8 million =
9. 0.4 million =
10. 9. 62 million

B. Write the whole numbers in fractions of a million and vice versa
Example a ) 1 500 000 = 1 1 million b) 5 3 million = 5 750 000
2 4
1. 250 000 =
2. 1 million =
2
3 . 8 750 000 =

4. 5 3 million =
10

5. 3 500 000 =

C. Complete the table

Whole numbers Decimal of a million Fraction of a million
800 000
1 250 000
6 500 000
9 750 000
200 000
650 000
2 890 000
6 500 000
2 250 000
4 750 000

D. Learning outcomes

iv) Compare number values up to seven digits

A. Complete the number lines

1.

2.

3.

42 108 42 208 42 408
106 750 108 750 109 750
2 510 403 2 410 403 2 110 403

B. Underline the larger number

1. 890 070 , 809 700 4. 758. 650 , 728 560
2. 1 020 298 , 299 880 5. 2 330 110 , 2 313 400
3.

4 050 505 , 4 500 050 6. 5 160 040 , 5 600 100
C. Circle the biggest number

1. 1 822 101 , 1 821 121 , 1 821 101
2. 2 654 321 , 2 654 213 , 2 654 312
3. 1 933 311 , 1 933 131 , 1 933 401
4. 332 344 , 3 22 344 , 323 344

D. Circle the smallest number

1. 528 363 538 363 528 336
2. 1 257 072 1 257 207 1 257 270
3. 2 670 907 2 697 907 2 607 907
4. 1 382 866 1 384 626 1 388 266

E. Arrange the numbers in ascending and descending orders

1.

Ascending order

Descending order

2.

Ascending order

Descending order

3.

Ascending order

Descending order

4.

Ascending order

Descending order

2 135 645 , 3 456 920 , 1 536 470 , 2 517 610 , 1 367
000
4 035 793 , 5 430 810 , 2 712 980 , 1 963 275 , 3 614
533
6 270 125 , 7 625 001 , 6 725 601 , 7 201 561 , 6 207 521
240 608 , 241 608 , 243 608 , 244 608 , 246 608
Learning Outcomes
v) Round off numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands,
hundreds thousands and millions.
A. Round off the numbers to the nearest place value given.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

To the nearest tens
a) 1 257 652
b) 2 630 443
c) 368 495
To the nearest hundreds
a) 3 107 624
b) 9 243 385
c) 597 834
To the nearest thousands
a) 4 817 634
b) 6 562 236
c) 459 874
To the nearest ten thousands
a) 2 763 714
b) 6 548 372
c) 841 043
To the nearest hundred thousands
a) 4 563 317
b) 2 437 829
c) 569 372
To the nearest millions
a) 8 310 210
b) 4 873 193
c) 9 921 341
B. Underline the correct numbers

1. 804 174 , 803 273 , 804 265
Rounded off to the nearest
tens

804 270
2. 609 804 , 610 555 , 611 023
Rounded off to the nearest
thousands

616 000
3.
454 918 , 464 627 , 465 928 Rounded off to the nearest
ten thousands

460 000
4.
295 480 , 246 828 , 370 650
Rounded off to the nearest
hundreds thousands

300 000
5. 4 914 526, 2 135 456 , 3 622 416
Rounded off to the nearest
millions

5 000 000
6. 2 454 918 , 1 464 317 , 2 414 918
Rounded off to the nearest
hundreds thousands

1 500 000
C. Round off to the place value of the underlined digit.

1. 3 407 142
2. 6 352 731
3. 8 759 873
4. 2 638 087
5. 4 197 955
6. 9 836 042

LA Basic Operation With Numbers Up To Seven Digit.
LO Add , subtract , multiply and divide
Loc (i) Add any two to five numbers to 9 999 999

A. Find the sums

1. 1 607 516 2. 4 032 512 3. 7 034 107
+ 121 043 + 2 645 367 50 241
__________ __________ + 114 241
____________
___________ ___________
_____________

4. 25 614 5. 5 071 007 6. 408 312
141 043 1 012 213 1 027 811
+ 2 300 131 903 425 2 913 243
__________ + 126 806 + 8 615
___________ __________
___________
___________ ___________

B. Find the total using the standard written method.

1. 1 045 649 + 43 210 = 2. 4 036 712 + 980 + 44 615 =

3. 6 031 217 + 814 050 + 93 026
+ 1 417 113 =
4. 108 600 + 3 716 513 + 40 607
+ 2 016 +18 + 78 =

5. 40 317 + 2 308 642 + 8 469 = 6. 3 204 500 + 520 800 + 34 700 =

C. Find the answer

1. 1 570 613 + = 4 209 816

2. 1 320 401 + 3 160 455 + = 6 405 208

3. 2 461 305 + 23 475 + + 3 500 000

Learning outcome : Pupils will be able to subtract

A. Find the differences

1. 4 234 738
- 103 614
___________
___________
2. 6 465 819
- 51 409
________
_________
3. 7 365 406
- 1 213 106
________
_________

4. 9 825 463
- 2 712 101
__________
___________

5. 4 317 010
- 63 120
________
_________

6. 5 610 813
- 127 057
_________
__________

7. 2 315 634
- 1 203 945
_________
__________

8. 8 317 005
- 4 105 816
__________
___________

9. 9 000 000
- 2 657 359
_________
__________

B. Subtract using the standard written method

1. 5 031 029 – 68 123 – 875 = 2. 4 239 217 – 106 809 – 6 455 =

3. 7 100 802 – 3 490 691 – 93 =

4. 6 000 700 – 405 050 – 923 612 =

5. 3 680 322 – 73 491 – 2 812 750 =

5. 9 630 167 – 2 136 850 – 473 524 =

D. Find the answer

1. – 345 123 = 74 193

2. 6 317 251 - = 1 423 124

3. 348 259 - - 75 246 = 62 617

4. – 72 413 – 60 000 = 63 459

5. 7 543 230 – 34 568 – 457 =

6. 5 786 00 - - 465 312 = 2 567 345

Topic 1 : Whole Numbers

Learning Outcomes

(iii ) a. Multiply up to six digit number with a one digit number

Calculate the Products.

1. 60 256 x 3 =
2. 238 301 x 8 =
3. 408 301 x 9 =
4. 409 536 X 7 =
5. 480 932 X 5 =

(iii ) a. Multiply up to six – digit number with a two-digit number

1. 68 103 x 40 =
2. 38 205 x 15 =
3. 301 700 x 23 =
4. 20 435 X 46 =
5. 90 932 X 30 =

(iii ) a. Multiply up to six – digit number with 10, 100 and 1000

1. 3 789 x 10 =
2. 1 745 x 100 =
3. 9 657 x 100 =
4. 407 X 1000 =
5. 509 X 1000 =

a) Divide number of up to seven digits by a one- digit number

Divide the following

1. 67 435 ÷ 5 =
2. 4 896 ÷ 8 =
3. 40 404 ÷ 7 =
4. 9 315 ÷ 9 =
5. 6 336 ÷ 6 =

b) Divide number of up to seven digits by 10, 100 and 1000

1. 78 450 ÷ 10 =
2. 205 00 ÷ 100 =
3. 260 10 ÷ 100 =
4. 405 023 ÷ 1000 =
5. 906 015 ÷ 1000 =

c) Divide number of up to seven digits by two-digit number

1. 44 424 ÷ 18 =
2. 74 336
÷
32 =
3. 30 006
÷
60 =
4. 47 970 ÷ 45 =
5. 66 990 ÷ 22 =

Solve the problems.

1. There are 3 605 chickens and ducks in a farm . The number of ducks is
147 more than the number of chickens.
Find the number of chickers.

2. Table 1 shows the number of occupants in two hostels.

Hostel Number of Occupants
X 160
Y 230
Z

Table 1

The number of occupants in hostel Z equals to the total number of occupants in
hostels X and Y. How many occupants in these three hostels ?

Table 2

3. Table 2 shows the number of greeting cards printed by three companies.
Find the total number of greeting cards printed by them.

Company Number of greeting
cards
P 1 453 800
Q 1.3 milion
R 1 784 670

Solve the problems.

1. Find the difference between 300 000 and 80 915 .

2. The incomplete table shows the number of resident in three cities.
City Number of resident
A 277 000
B
C 450 782

Given the total number of residents in the three cities is 831 284. Find the number
of residents in city B.

3.

The diagram shows the populations of town X and town Y. Find the difference
between the populations of town X and town Y.

| | |
700 X 860

Diagram 2
4. Diagram 2 shows a number line. Find the value of X.

Town X
570 340 people
Town Y
1.2 milion people

Solve the problems.

1. 445 pencils are shared equally among 5 boxes. How many pencils are there in 9
similar boxes ?

2. A container can hold 250 marbles. Amir wants to fill 8 simillar containers with
marbles.
Calculte the total number of marbles required by Amir ?

3. A house was built using by 10 875 bricks. How many bricks are needed to build 51
similar houses ?

Solve the problems.

1. Fakri has 89 466 stickers. He puts the stickers equally into 26 packs. How many
stickers are left ?

2. 736 092 sweets are to be shared equally among 42 groups of pupils. How many
sweets does each group get ?

3. A total of 286 088 copies of newspaper are distributed equally among 44 vendors.
How many copies of the newspaper does each vendor get ?

Learning Area : Mixed Operations With Numbers Up to Seven Digits

Find the answers.

1. 427 890 – 15 600 ÷ 25 =
2. 3 090 + 14 x 3 =
3. 1 065 – 7 x 14 =
4. 695 + 2 115 ÷ 9 =
5. 5 609 + 110 ÷ 5 =

Find the answers.

1. 12 745 + 742 X 56 =
2. 42 x 104 ÷ 6 =
3. 123 + 55 x 12 =
4. 399 + 210 ÷ 35 =
5. 1 260 ÷ 12 X 26 =

Find the answers.

1. ( 1050 + 20 650 ) X 12 =
2. ( 67 050 – 45 605 ) X 20 =
3. ( 3 198 + 21 618 ) ÷ 24 =
4. ( 5 169 + 4 075 ) X 32 =
5. ( 1 085 + 7 615 ) ÷ 60 =

Find the answers.

1. 872 + ( 8 – 4 ) =
2. 1 080 ÷ ( 9 + 11 ) =
3. 18 x ( 6 + 3 ) =
4. 21 095 – ( 702 – 86 ) =
5. 49 X ( 926 + 358 ) =

Find the answers.

1. ( 24 + 26 ) X ( 64 – 14 ) =
2. ( 306 - 98 ) X ( 45 + 18 ) =
3. ( 908 + 16 ) ÷ ( 51 – 39 ) =
4. ( 876 + 574) ÷ ( 39 + 19 ) =
5. ( 1 254 – 169) ÷ ( 100 – 69 ) =

Solve the problems.

1. A florist has sold 630 red and yellow roses. The number of red roses sold was 124
more than the yellow roses.
How many yellow roses does did the florist sell ?

2.

Diagram 1

Diagram 1 shows a triangle. The sum of the numbers on each side is the same. Find
the value of P.

3. Afikah has collected 560 eggs. 25 of them were broken. She put the remaining eggs
into 5 containers equally.
How many eggs are there in each container ?

4. Amirah borrowed eight books. Two of them have 120 pages each and the rest has
150 pages each.
Find the total numbers of pages for all the books ?

38

5. There are durian, mangosteen and rambutan trees in an orchard. The number of
durian trees is 410 . The mangosteen trees are 105 more than the durian trees. The
rambutan trees were 85 less than the mangosteen trees.
How many fruit trees are there altogether ?

Given, an uncomplete table shows the numbers of spectators according to races in
a stadium.
6.
Race Number of spectators
Malay 23 600
Chinese
Indians 3 500

The number of Chinese spectators is 5345 more than the Indians.
Find the total number of the spectators in the stadium.
7. Pak Malik has plucked 247 cocounts. He gave 46 coconuts to his neighbour and the
remaining were sold to 3 grocers equally.
How many coconuts did each grocer get ?

The table below shows the number of villagers in Kampung Teruntum.

Children Adult
Male Female Male Female
981 306 1 089

8. There were 55 women more than the men in Kampung Teruntum.
Find the total number of villagers.

9. A container can be filled with 450 marbles.
Atirah wants to fill up 8 similar containers. How many marbles
does she need?

10. A ferry can carry 360 passengers. A Ship can carry 4 times as many passengers
as the ferry. How many passengers can 2 ferries and 3 ships carry altogether ?

TOPICAL TEST – WHOLE NUMBERS

Circle the correct answers.

1. The number 2 053 048 , written in .
words , is
A two million five hundred three
thousand and forty – eight.
B two million fifty –three thousand
and eighty – four.
C two million thirty – five thousand
and forty – eight.
D two million fifty – three thousand
and forty – eight.

2. What is the place value of digit 3 in the
number 4 307 516?
A Hundred thousands
B Millions
C Ten thousands
D Thousands

3, When 1 426 708 is partitioned according to
the values of digits , it becomes
A 1 000 000 + 420 000 + 6 000 + 700 + 8
B 1 000 000 + 420 000 + 60 000 + 700 + 8
C 1 000 000 + 400 000 + 20 000 +
6 000 + 70 + 8
D 1 000 000 + 400 000 + 20 000 +
6 000 + 700 + 8

4. 8 500 000 =
A 8 1 million
5
B 8 1 million
2
C 85 million
D 850 million

5. In which of the following are the
numbers arrange in descending order?
A 4 013 928, 4 391 456, 5 036 719,
6 543 910, 6 718 920
B 3 480 075, 3 208 760, 3 195 238,
3 200 521, 3 002 521
C 2 371 037, 2 207 309, 2 137 608,
2 110 458, 2 020 951
D 1 631 800, 1 710 190, 1 690 110,
1 526 401, 1 500 400

6. Which of the following is the nearest to
1 1 million 2
A 1 409 900
B 1 490 090
C 1 505 000
D 1 501 999

7. Which of the following has the largest
value?
A 6.09
B 6 600 100
C 6 1 million
2
D 6 3 million
4

8. The diagram shows a number line

4 million X P 5
Million
Given P is in the middle of 4 million and 5 million
.Estimate the value of X.
A 4 1 million
2
B 4 1 million
4
C 4 1 million
5
D 4 1 million
10

9. Round off 5 396 027 to the nearest
million.
A 5-0 million
B 5-3 million
C 6-0 million
D 6,3 million

10. Which of the following numbers, when
rounded off to the nearest ten thousand,
becomes
1 750 000?
A 1 757 914
B 1 752 863
C 1 744 648
D 1 740 527

11. 40 317 + 2 308 642 + 8 469 =
A 2 129 428
B 2 357 428
C 2 357 448
D 2 457 428

12. 3 204 500 + 520 800 + 34 700 =
A 0-37 million
B 0.376 mi[[ion
C 3.76 million
D 3.8 million

13. 0.3 million – 25 128 =
A 4 872
B 5 128
C 274 872
D 275 128

14. 2 027 610 – 93 213 – 10 657 =
A 1 913 340
B 1 923 740
C 2 030 270
D 2 064 256

15. The product of 256 408 x 27 lies
between
A 6 500 000 and 6 550 000
B 6 550 000 and 6 600 000
C 6 600 000 and 6 500 000
D 6 650 000 and 7 000 000

16. The table shows the number of tourist
who visited an island from
2 004 to 2 007
Year Number of tourist
2004 430 156
2 005 0.7 million
2006 1.23 million
2007 989 844

Find the total number of tourist who visited the
island in four years
A 3.50 million
B 3 45 million
C 3.35 million
D 2.243 million

17. 5 076 680 ÷ 35 =
A 145 048
B 145 046
C 116 476
D 116 474

18. Out of 1.028 million people in a city, 483
627 are men, 398 846 are women and the
rest are children. How many children are
there in the city?
A 163 643 C 145 527
B 156 773 D 136 637

19. A grocer sold 15 864 boxes of oranges
during a festival. There were 72 oranges in
each box. How many oranges did he sell?
A 142 776
B 175 670
C 1 129 248
D 1 142 208

20. A factory produced 1.863 million
pencils in June, July and August. How
many pencils were produced in a day?
A 20 700
B 20 440
C 20 380
D 20 250

21. 204 360 stickers are packed in
envelopes of thousands. Find the
number of stickers which are not
packed?
A 436
B 360
C 60
D 36

22. 0.076 million packets of milk are
distributed equally to 100 schools. How
many packets of milk does each school
receive?
A 760
B 7 600
C 76 000
D 760 000

23. 432 – 96 ÷ 4 =
A 84
B 132
C 408
D 412

24. 4 932 + 387 x 6 =
A. 7 254
B. 7 234
C. 7 200
D. 7 164

25. 62 431 – 829 x 7 =
A 55 227
B 56 628
C 63 432
D 63 434

26. 4 035 + 720 ÷ 15 =
A 311
B 317
C 3 990
D 4 083

27. 1 140 ÷ (12 + 18) =
A 38
B 77
C 83
D 113

28. 148 x 4 ÷ 8 =
A 70 remainder 4
B 71 remainder 8
C 74
D 296

29. (150 + 56) x (10 + 16) =
A 726
B 3 296
C 5 356
D 6 760

30. 120 x (12 060 ÷ 30) =
A 5 040
B 48 240
C 50 040
D 480 240

31. (140 + 67) x (40 + 13) =
A 763
B 1 656
C 10 971
D 40 439

32. 28 992 ÷ (60 – 28) =
A 96
B 906
C 960
D 9 060

33. Shahrul sold 960 red buttons and white
button altogether. The red button were
142 more than the white buttons. How
many white buttons did he sell?
A 338
B 409
C 411
D 551

34. There are 521 eggs in a basket. 11 eggs
are broken. The rest of the eggs are
divided equally and packet into 17 trays.
How many eggs are there in each tray?
A 30
B 32
C 35
D 40

35. The table below shows the number of
beads in boxes R and S
Box R 9 084 beads
Box S 2 196 beads
How many beads must be taken out from box
R to put into box S so that both boxes have
the same number of beads?
A 5 640
B 3 644
C 3 444
D 3 056

36. Faiz has 1 250 mangosteens. He ties
some in bundles of 15. After tying 67
bundles, how many mangosteens are
left?
A 145
B 155
C 245
D 255

37. A warehouse has 108 boxes of
Mathematics workbooks and 108 boxes
of science workbooks. 92 boxes of
Mathematics workbooks are sent out.
How many boxes of workbooks are left
in warehouse?
A 184
B 124
C 96
D 16

38. 10 829 – 721 ÷ 7 =
A 10 726
B 10 618
C 1 444
D 1 428

39. The diagram below shows two number
cards

Find the product of the values of digit 9 and
digit 8.
A 72
B 7 200
C 72 000
D 720 000

SECTION B

1. Write ‘two million forty-eight thousand and
twenty-one’ in numeral

2. Write 1 028 000 in a decimal of a million.

3. Write 5 750 000 in a fraction of a
Million

40. 469 338 ÷ 23 =
A 2 406
B 20 046
C 20 406
D 24 006

4. Write 6 270 408 in extended notation
according to value of digit.

5.

Write the number in numerals.

349 617 20 485
3 millions + 1 hundred
thousands +0 ten thousands + 4
thousands + 0 hundreds + 0 tens
+ 1 one
6..Round off the number 7 148 537 to the
nearest million .

7. 828 – 552 ÷ 12 =

8 286 + 308 ÷ 11 =

9 78 + 27 x 6 =

10 92 beads are divided equally and put
into 8 boxes. How many beads are
there in 5 of the boxes?

11. Encik Samad divides 132 mangosteens
equally among his 9 children. He gives
the remaining mangosteens to his
youngest child. How many
mangosteens does his youngest child
get?

12. State the value of digit 6 in the number
206 713.

13. The diagram shows four numbers.

Arrange the numbers in ascending order.

38 219 39 821
31 289 32 891

14.

Form the smallest six-digit number using all the
digits above.

15. 6 800 + 567 – 1 809 =

16. 103 – 56 ÷ 4 =

17. 56 341 + 929 =

18. 48 + 96 ÷ 12 =

19. 225 pencils are shared equally among
5 boxes. How many pencils are there in 8
similar boxes?

20. Sue Ann has 24 stamps and Nabila has 40
stamps. How many stamps does Nabila need
to give to Sue Ann so that both of them have
the same number of stamps?

4 2 0 9 6 3
Topic 1 : Whole Numbers
Learning Outcomes
(iii ) a. Multiply up to six digit number
with a one digit number

Calculate the Products.
1. 180 768
2. 1 906 408
3. 3 674 709
4. 2 866 752
5. 2 404 660

(iii ) a. Multiply up to six – digit number with a two-
digit number
1. 272 4120
2. 573 075
3. 6 939 100
4. 940 010
5. 2 727 960

(iii ) a. Multiply up to six – digit number with 10, 100
and 1000
1. 37 890
2. 174 500
3. 965 700
4. 407 000
5. 509 000

a) Divide number of up to seven digits by a one- digit
number

Divide the following
1. 13487
2. 612
3. 5772
4. 1035
5. 1056

b) Divide number of up to seven digits by 10, 100
and 1000
1. 7845
2. 205
3. 260 R 10
4. 4050 R 230
5. 906 R 15

c) Divide number of up to seven digits by two-digit
number

1. 2468
2. 2323
3. 500 R 6
4. 1066
5. 3045

Solve the problems.
1. 1729
2. 780
3. 4538470

Solve the problems.
1. 219085
2. 1035502
3. 629660
4. 780

Solve the problems.
1. 801
2. 2000
3. 554625

Solve the problems.
1. 3441
2. 17526
3. 6502

Learning Area : Mixed Operations With Numbers Up
to Seven Digits

Find the answers.

1. 427266
2. 3132
3. 967
4. 930
5. 5631

Find the answers.

1. 54297
2. 728
3. 783
4. 405
5. 2730

Find the answers.
1. 260400
2. 428900
3. 1034
4. 295808
5. 145

Find the answers.
1. 218
2. 54
3. 162
4. 20479
5. 62916

Find the answers.
1. 2500
2. 13104
3. 77
4. 25
5. 35

Solve the problems.
1. 253
2. 54
3. 107
4. 1140
5. 1355
6. 35945
7. 67
8. 3520
9. 3600
10. 5040

A.

Write the numbers in extended notation. = 1 million + 0 hundred thousands + 4 ten thousands + 7 thousands + 2 hundreds + 5 tens + 8 ones.

Example: 1 047 258 = 1 000 000 + 40 000 + 7 000 + 200 +50 + 8

1. 2 416 300 = ………………………………………....................................................................

2. 6 107 582 = ………………………………………………………………………………….. 3. 5 360 090 = ……………………………………………………………………………………… 4. 4 632 705 = ………………………………………………………………………………………. 5. 627 030 = …………………………………………………………………………………………. 6. 543 918 = ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 7. 970 512 = …………………………………………………………………………………………..

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