Tutorial World Primary 5
Name:_________________________ Date:_______________


Whole Numbers (1.2)

A. Write the numbers in words.

1. 261 000 =

2. 502 090 =

3. 8 001 100 =

4. 418 090 =

5. 2 303 006 =

6. 7 230 000 =

B. Write the following in numbers.

1. Two hundred and eleven thousand and three hundred =

2. Six hundred and two thousand and twenty-four =

3. One million, thirty thousand and four hundred =

4. Four hundred and fifty thousand and seven hundred =

5. Eight hundred and one thousand and twelve =

6. Five million, two hundred thousand and two hundred =

C. What does the digit represent.

1. In 2 945 214, the digit 9 stands for ____________.

2. In 307 459, the digit 7 stands for ____________.

3. In 6 903 516, the digit 6 stands for ____________.

4. In 2 504 200 the digit 4 stands for ____________.

D. Fill in the correct number.

1. 1 608 000 + ____________ = 2 200 000

2. 200 000 + 35 000 + 400 = ____________

3. 2 000 + 700 000 + 180 = ____________

4. 6 950 800 = ____________ + 6 000 800

5. 7 000 000 + 500 000 + 30 = ____________

6. 3 000 000 + ____________ + 27 000 = 3 627 000

E. Find the answers.

1. Round off to nearest 1000.

(a) 89 203 + 10 384

(c) 23 026 + 48 241

(c) 68 094 + 49 153

2. Round off to nearest 10000.

(a)7 332 531 + 1 354 736

(b)3 684 092 + 3 210 092

(c)4 215 856 + 2 901 451

3. Estimate the value.

(a)9010 x 9

(b)11 902 / 11

(c)4099 x 4

F. Arrange the numbers in decending order.

1. 225 266 , 226 662 , 216 226 , 225 626

2. 5 395 090 , 5 359 890 , 5 953 092 , 5 595 190

3. 320 822 , 220 882 , 302 228 , 202 882

G. Do the following. (" / " means divide)

1. 63 - 17 - 25

2. 216 / 6 + 35 - 23

3. 14 400 / 120

4. 90 / (3 x 10) + 28

5. 459 - 159 x 2

6. 8 x 9 - 0 / 30

7. 72 - 30 + 8

8. (24 x 100) - (10 x 100)

H. Complete the number patterns.

1. 24 250 , 36 250 , ____________ , 60 250

2. 300 000 , ____________ , 180 000 , 120 000

3. ____________ , 2 481 215 , 2 581 215 , 2 681 215

4. 3 020 , 103 020 , ____________ , 303 020

I. Find the answers. (" / " means divide)

1. 10000 / 100 x 9

2. (84 - 35) / 7 x 30

3. 8 x 9 / 4 x 11

4. 2 + 16 - 3 x 4

5. (132 / 11) - 12 x 0

6. 829 - 374 + 212 x 6

7. 5000 / 100 - 50 + 103

8. 64 / (32 - 24) x 300

J. Solve the following problems.
1. 27 732 people attended a football match. Half of the spectators paid $3 each. One-third of the spectators paid $7 each. The rest were free. How much was collected? Round off to the nearest 10000.

2. A house was sold for $2 850 000. The house is 20 m by 15 m.? What was the price per metres square?

3. Michelle has 24 more stamps than Janet. Janet has 14 more stamps than Lucy. If they have 544 stamps altogether, how many stamps does Janet have?

4. Mary needs 44 red beads, 39 purple beads and 63 yellow beads to make a necklace. Beads are sold 12 beads in a packet of the same colour? If each packet costs $2, how much does Mary need?

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