# 3.2.2. Ten Thousands

Using the table below, put each digit in the number shown in its right place value.

Number | 34 776 |
---|---|

Ten thousands | |

Thousands | |

Hundreds | |

Tens | |

Units |

- A
- B
- C
- D

Using the table below, put each digit in the number shown in its right place value.

Number | 9 494 |
---|---|

Ten thousands | |

Thousands | |

Hundreds | |

Tens | |

Units |

- A
- B
- C
- D

Determine the place value of the digit in brackets in the number .

- Atens
- Bthousands
- Cunits
- Dhundreds

Arrange the following numbers to form the smallest number possible: .

Show SolutionArrange the following numbers to form the greatest number possible: .

Show SolutionArrange the following set of numbers in ascending order: 98 562, 46 652, 60 376, 50 380, 21 645.

- A
- B
- C
- D

Find the greatest number that can be formed from 5 different digits whose sum is 24.

Show SolutionWhich of the following is the closest number to 15 000?

- A14 999
- B14 990
- C14 900
- D15 111

Find the greatest number between 87 000 and 88 000 whose units digit is 8.

Show SolutionUsing the two digits 9 and 7 in the empty spaces, make the number as great as possible.

Show SolutionUsing the two digits 8 and 1 in the blanks, make the number as small as possible.

Show SolutionRearrange the digits of the number 95 185 to get the smallest number.

Show SolutionDetermine the closest number to 10000 by rearranging the digits of the number 6 064.

Show SolutionRearrange the digits of the number 34 643 to get the greatest number.

Show SolutionRearrange the digits of the number 7 013 to get a 4-digit number that is as close as possible to 1000.

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