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Math primary 4 numbers up to 100 000

1. 1. Number up to 100.000 Ten- Thousands Hundreds Tens Onesthousands 1 2 5 7 4I say : Twelve thousand, five hundred and seventy fourI write : 12.574
2. 2. Number up to 100.000 Ten- Thousands Hundreds Tens Onesthousands 2 5 4 0 9I say : Twenty-five thousand, four hundred and nineI write : 25.409
3. 3. Number up to 100.000 Ten- Thousands Hundreds Tens Onesthousands 3 1 0 2 7I say : Thirty-one thousand and twenty sevenI write : 31.027
4. 4. In 32.145The digit 3 stands for 3 ten thousands and has a value of 30.000The digit 2 stands for 2 thousands and has a value of 2.000The digit 1 stands for 1 hundreds and has a value of 100The digit 4 stands for 4 tens and has a value of 40The digit 5 stands for 5 ones and has a value of 5
5. 5. In 29.306The digit 3 stands for 3 hundreds and has a value of 300The digit 0 stands for 0 tens and has a value of 0The digit 6 stands for 6 ones and has a value of 6
6. 6. Compare number up to 100.000 34.506 < 44.5063 ten thousands is smaller than 4 ten thousands Therefore, 34.506 is smaller than 44.506 This means 44.506 is greater than 34.506
7. 7. Compare number up to 100.000 23.646 > 23.546Ten thousands and thousands have the same digit 6 hundreds is greater than 5 hundreds Therefore, 23.646 is greater than 23.546 This means 23.546 is smaller than 23.646
8. 8. For Remember !We always start comparing the ten thousands,then the thousands, the hundreds, followed bythe tens and finally the ones
9. 9. 79.409 79.049 97.049Arrange these numbers in ascending order! The smallest The greatest 79.049 79.409 97.049
10. 10. 23.233 23.323 23.332Arrange these numbers in descending order! The greatest The smallest 23.332 23.323 23.233
11. 11. Use the following digits to form 5-digits number 2 1 5 6 8The greatest number 86 . 521The smallest number 1 2 . 568
12. 12. Use the following digits to form 5-digits number 0 2 4 7 9The greatest number 97. 420The smallest number 20. 479
13. 13. Do the following questions!1. Write the numbers a. Seventeen thousand, two hundred and sixty- eight b. Seventy thousand, nine hundred and eleven c. Ninety-nine thousand and nine2. Write these numbers in words a. 25.515 b. 30.303 c. 88.0183. Arrange these numbers in ascending order a. 43.344 - 34.443 - 44.343 b. 56.566 - 56.665 - 56.6564. Arrange these numbers in descending order a. 77.447 - 74.774 - 47.774 b. 10.110 - 10.010 - 10.101
14. 14. Count in sequence Count up by 100 10.600 10.500 10.400 10.300 10.200 10.10010.000
15. 15. Count in sequence 28.000 Count up by 500 27.500 27.000 26.500 26.000 25.50025.000
16. 16. Count in sequence Count up by 28.200 1.200 27.000 25.800 24.600 23.400 22.20021.000
17. 17. Count in sequence Count up by 40.000 2.500 37.500 35.000 32.500 30.000 27.50025.000
18. 18. Count in sequence27.100 Count down 26.900 by 200 26.700 26.500 26.300 26.100 25.900
19. 19. Count in sequence47.100 Count down 46.100 by 1.000 45.100 44.100 43.100 42.100 41.100
20. 20. Count in sequence47.100 Count down 40.100 by 1.500 24.100 22.600 21.100 19.600 18.100
21. 21. Complete Number Pattern What is the rule ? The rule is + 1.20013.300 14.500 15.700 16.900 18.100
22. 22. Complete Number Pattern The rule is - 2.00074.100 72.100 70.100 68.100 66.100
23. 23. Complete Number Pattern The rule is x 2111 222 444 888 1.776
24. 24. Complete Number Pattern The rule is : 1010.000 1.000 100 10 1
25. 25. What are the missing numbers in these patterns? ? 3.000 7.000 2.500 500 ?
26. 26. What are the missing numbers in these patterns? ? 150 500 3 50 ?