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Grade:
3
, Subject:
Math
, Topic:
Expanded Form Order Place Value
Question 1:
What number is the same as 50,000 + 4,000 + 100 + 20 + 7?
54,127
540,127
5,400,127
5,401,127
Question 2:
What symbol will make this statement true?
8,705
O
8,710
>
<
=
none of the above
Question 3:
What number is equal to 40,000 + 3,000 + 800 + 5?
43,850
40,385
43,805
430,805
Question 4:
The City Museum had 5,298 visitors on Sunday. What is equal to this number?
5,000 + 20 + 90 + 8
5,000 + 200 + 90 + 8
5,000 + 200 + 9 + 8
500 + 200 + 90 + 8
Question 5:
Ricky, Molly, and Brenda were counting their stamps they have collected in four years. The table below shows the number of stamps collected by each one of them.
See the table to answer this question.
Who has the largest collection of stamps?
Ricky
Brenda
Molly
Ricky and Brenda
Question 6:
See the table to answer the question.
Who has the least number of stamps?
Ricky
Brenda
Molly
Ricky and Molly
Question 7:
See the table to answer the question.
If the number of stamps rounded to the nearest thousand, who will have the same number of stamps?
Ricky and Brenda
Ricky and Molly
Brenda and Molly
All of them
Question 8:
Which number is 100 more than 13,425?
14,425
13,525
13,625
13,435
Question 9:
The total population of a town was thirty-five thousand six hundred ten in 2001. Find this number below.
35,600
35,610
35,601
35,061
Question 10:
Derek's user ID is a 3-digit number. It has digit 9 at hundreds place, digit 5 at tens place, and digit 3 at ones place. What is his user ID?
935
593
953
395
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