Name:    Lesson 1 - Representing Numbers in the Millions

1.

Choose the number that is represented in the place value chart.

 Million Thousand Ones H T O H T O H T O 3 0 8 2 7 0 4 1 6
 a. 30 million 27 million 416 c. 308 million 270 thousand 416 b. 38 million 27 thousand 416 d. 308  million 27 thousand 416

2.

Choose the number that is represented in the place value chart.

 Million Thousand Ones H T O H T O H T O 1 6 0 2 0 9 0 7 5
 a. 160 million 209 thousand 75 c. 160 million 20 thousand 75 b. 16 million 29 thousand 75 d. 16 million 20 thousand 75

3.

Write this number in the place value chart.

87 million 356 thousand 20

 Million Thousand Ones H T O H T O H T O

4.

Write this number in the place value chart.

400 million 790 thousand 304

 Million Thousand Ones H T O H T O H T O

5.

This table shows the population of different European countries.

 Country Population Austria 8 184 700 Belgium 10 364 400 Czech Republic 10 241 100 Finland 5 223 400 Hungary 10 006 800 Portugal 10 566 200 Sweden 9 001 800 Switerland 7 489 400
Source: WorldAtlas.com

Which country has the largest population?
 a. Belgium c. Czech Republic b. Austria d. Portugal

6.

Refer to the table in question 5. Which country has the smallest population?
 a. Sweden c. Switerland b. Finland d. Austria

7.

Refer to the table in question 5. Which country has almost twice the population as which other country?

8.

This table shows the land area, in square kilometres, of different countries.

 Country Land Area (km2) Argentina 2 766 890 Bolivia 1 098 580 Brazil 8 511 965 Canada 9 976 140 Colombia 1 138 910 Mexico 1 972 550 Peru 1 285 220 U.S.A. 9 629 091
Source: WorldAtlas.com

Which country has the largest land area?
 a. U.S.A. c. Brazil b. Canada d. Argentina

9.

Refer to the table in question 8. Which country as the smallest land area?
 a. Boliva c. Mexico b. Peru d. Colombia

10.

Refer to the table in question 8. Which country has almost one-third the land area as which other country?