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GRADE2_1st Q_MATH

I. STANDARD AND EXPANDED FORMS OF A NUMBER

A. DIRECTIONS: Write the following numbers in STANDARD form.

_____________ 1. three thousand, twenty-seven

_____________ 2. 8 thousands + 2 ones + 7 tens

_____________ 3. 50 + 600 + 3 + 9000

_____________ 4. 8 thousand, 9 hundred, 3

B. DIRECTIONS: Complete the following:

5. 4 378 = 4000 + ________ + 70 + ________

6. 8 442 = __________ + 400 + _________ + 2

7. 6 207 = 6000 + __________ + _________ + 7

C. DIRECTIONS: Write the numbers in expanded form.

8. 58 = ____________________________________________

9. 259 = ____________________________________________

10. 5 196 = ____________________________________________

II. PLACE VALUE AND VALUE

A. DIRECTIONS: Give the place value of the digit 8.

1. 7185 _____________________

2. 8074 _____________________

3. 4847 _____________________

4. 9738 _____________________
B. DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions:

5. Give the place value of the underlined digit.

a. 3 569 b. 4 968 c. 297 d. 1 781

6. Give the value of the underlined digit

a. 51 b. 4 968 c. 624 d. 5 321

7. In the number six thousand four hundred five,

a. What is the number above in standard form? ______________

b. What is the place value of the digit 0? _________________

c. What is the digit in the ones place? _________________

d. What is the value of the digit in the thousands place? ____________

e. How do you expand the number above using place value?


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f. What is the place value of the digit 6? _________________

g. What is the digit in the hundreds place? _________________

8. In the number eight hundred ninety six,

h. What is the digit in the ones place? _________________

i. What is the digit in the hundreds place? _________________

j. What is the place value of the digit 9? _________________

k. What is the place value of the digit 8? _________________

l. What is the value of the digit 6? _________________

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III. ROMAN NUMERALS

A. DIRECTIONS: Express these Roman numerals as Hindu-Arabic


numerals.

1. XIII = _________ 7. LXII = _________

2. XVII = _________ 8. XXXI = _________

3. XXXI = _________ 9. XXIV = _________

4. XLIV = _________ 10.XXIX = _________

5. LIX = _________ 11.XXXVI = _________

6. XIII = _________ 12.LV = _________

B. DIRECTIONS: Change these Hindu-Arabic numerals to Roman


numerals.
1. 37 = _________ 6. 39 = _________

2. 42 = _________ 7. 70 = _________

3. 63 = _________ 8. 66 = _________

4. 24 = _________ 9. 58 = _________

5. 46 = _________ 10.15 = _________

C. DIRECTIONS: Change the underlined numeral to a Roman or Hindu-


Arabic numeral

1. _________ Three dozen eggs is the same as XXXVI eggs.

2. _________ Our class has collected 95 kilograms of old


newspapers.

3. _____________ It takes about 38 weeks for a baby to develop


within a mother’s womb.

4. _________ There were LII participants in the math quiz bee.

5. _________ More than LXXVII families were affected by the flood.

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IV. HOW MANY 1s, 10s AND 100s IN A GIVEN NUMBER

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the blanks.


Number No. of 100s No. of 10s No. of 1s
1. 68
2. 589
3. 280
4. 38
5. 902
6. 400
7. 781
8. 90
9. 790
10. 506

V. ROUNDING TO THE NEAREST TENS

DIRECTIONS: Round to the nearest tens

1. 67 ________ 4. 33 ________

2. 32 ________ 5. 82 ________

3. 89 ________

DIRECTIONS: Encircle the number to which the given number is closer.

1. 68 60 or 70 4. 661 600 or 700

2. 113 100 or 200 5. 4500 4000 or 5000

3. 248 240 or 250 6. 3210 3000 or 4000

C. DIRECTIONS. Round off each number to the given place value

1. 27 (tens)
2. 86 (tens)
3. 131 (hundreds)
4. 412 (tens)
5. 390 (hundreds)

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V. COMPARING AND ORDERING NUMBERS

A. DIRECTIONS: Write >, <, or = in the box to compare each pair of


numbers.

1) Sixty-seven LXVI

2) LIX 59

Two hundreds, one tens, 6


3) ones 200 + 6 + 10

4) One hundred, eight tens 100 + 8

5) 112 One hundred, 2 ones

6) 3 042 Three thousand + 4 ones + 2 tens

7) One thousand, 8 ones, 9 tens 1 098

8) Six hundreds, 5 tens, 8 ones 600 + 5 + 80

9) 4 000 + 100 Four thousand + 1 ones + 1


hundred

10) 2 417 2 471

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B. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the following numbers by writing 1-4 on the
blank.

Least to Greatest
1. 2.

________ 354 ________ 50 + 300 + 4 000

________ 543 ________ 3 000 + 500 + 40

________ 435 ________ 5 000 + 400 + 30

________ 345 ________ 3 000 + 50 + 400

3.
_____________ One hundred nine

_____________ One hundred ninety

_____________ One hundred four

_____________ One hundred nineteen

Greatest to Least
4.

________ 8 000 + 200 + 80 + 3

________ 9 000 + 200 + 40 + 9

________ 6 000 + 300 + 50 + 8

________ 8 000 + 300 + 50 + 8

5.
________ XXVII

________ XXI

________ XL

________ XXIV

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C. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the following numbers in ascending order.
Write your answers on the blanks.

1) 125, 129, 121, 127

2) 506, 511, 503, 520

3) 1 001, 1 010, 1 100, 1 111

D. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the following numbers in descending order.


Write your answers on the blanks.

1) 213, 208, 241, 222

2) 446, 408, 444, 438

3) 3 671, 3 409, 3 197,


3 450

VI. ADDITION – PROPERTIES, LANGUAGE OF MATH

A. DIRECTIONS: Write the missing number in each equation. On the


blank before each item, write ZPA for the Zero Property of Addition, OPA
for the Order Property of Addition and GPA for the Grouping Property of
Addition.
_________ 1. _____ + (19 + 2) = (19 + 2) + 28

_________ 2. (11 + 9) + 6 = 11 + (9 + ____)

_________ 3. 16 + ____ = 16

_________ 4. 21 + 8 + 4 = 4 + _____ + 8

_________ 5. 120 + 0 = ______

_________ 6. (XX + L) + III = III + (____ + L)

_________ 7. sixty-three plus zero equals _______________

_________ 8. 309 = _____ + 0

_________ 9. 90 + (2 + 8) = (90 + __) + 8

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_________ 10. VIII + _____ + IV = IV + XII + VIII

B. LOM.

1. The addends are 71 tens, 19 ones, and two tens and 6 ones. What is
the sum?
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2. What is the total of one thousand sixty-two and 95 tens ?

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3. What is 817 plus 4 ones and 9 tens equal to?

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E:

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4. What is the result if you combine 12 hundreds and 76 ones with 27
tens?

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5. What will you get when you put together two thousand seven hundred
eighty-nine and 988?

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VII. SUBTRACTION. LOM; WITH ZERO DIFFICULTY

1. The minuend is 80 tens and the subtrahend is 64 ones. What is the


difference?

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2. What is left if you take away XLIX from two hundred five?

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3. LXVI less 4 tens + 9 ones is what number?


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4. What is three hundred fifty-seven less than 543 equal to?

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E:

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5. 1 tens + 2 hundreds + 6 ones minus XXVI is what number?

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6. How much more is eight thousand ten than 4 219?

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7. What is the answer if you take away LXXIX from 20 tens?

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8. How much less is 726 than two thousand three?

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E:

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9. What is left if 1 000 + 6 is subtracted by 17 tens?

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10. Four thousand three hundred minus 2 495 is what number?

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VII. PROBLEM SOLVING: Write the equation, solve and label your final
answer.

1. Lightning McQueen wants to check the number of miles he needs to


travel to get to the race. The number is equal to 2 cubes, 4 flats, 6 rods
and 5 blocks. What is this number? Draw your solution.

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2. Joseph has 365 marbles in his marble collection. He wants to put them
in small bags. If each bag can hold at most 100 marbles, how many full
bags will he have? How many marbles were left?

3. Allen Iverson went to the NBA store to buy clothes and shoes. He
bought 5 jerseys and about 30 pairs of shoes. What is the least
number of pairs of shoes that Allen may have bought?

4. Lebron James also went to the NBA store to buy NBA key chains for
his fans. He left the store with a bag of around 200 key chains. What
was the greatest possible number of key chains in the bag?

5. The Miami Heat team celebrated its victory by having an exclusive


dinner for close friends. The team invited around 40 guests and 3
news reporters. How many guests may have been at the dinner? List
down all the possible answers.

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6. Carlo wants to travel by bicycle to these cities.

Manila City 1 686 km


Quezon City 1 8 37 km
Makati City 1 561 km
Kalookan City 1 637 km

a. Which city is the farthest? _____________________

b. Which city is the nearest? _____________________

7. Gaita’s friends had a bicycle race from their garage to the guest house.
The numbers below show how long it took them to reach the finish line.

Erika 1 hour, 30 minutes, 2 seconds


Therese 1 hour, 3 seconds, 20 minutes
Ysabel 1 hour, 20 minutes, 1 second
Viola 1 hour, 2 seconds, 10 minutes

a. Who is the fastest biker? _____________________

b. Who is the slowest biker? _____________________

8. Ash is now 30 years old and is retiring from the Pokemon league. In his
collection, he has fifteen water Pokemon, XII fire Pokemon, and a
dozen electric Pokemon. Throughout his career, Ash has received 24
medals. How many Pokemon does ash have in his collection?

9. Frank has XIX attack cards, LII defense cards and 30 + 6 Master cards.
How many Yu-Gi-Oh cards does he have in all?

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10. The Gr. 2 classes collected 5 peso coins for the Bigay Puso drive. 2-
Halcon had 2 tens + 2 hundreds + 0 ones in the container, 2-Matutum
had 403 coins and 2-Samat had LXIX coins. How many coins were
there in all?

11. Julius and Gary liked collecting and framing insects. Julius has 5 211
butterflies and 1 300 beetles. Gary has 626 butterflies and 2 467
leeches. Julius has how many more butterflies than Gary?

12. There were LXXX people who joined the Philippine Idol singing
contest. On the first screening day, thirty five people were eliminated.
Two dozen other people made it to the second round. The rest were
told to come back the next day.

a) How many people were screened by the judges on the first day?

b) How many people came back the second day?

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