Year 5

# Comparing 6-digit numbers using inequalities

Year 5

# Comparing 6-digit numbers using inequalities

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- In this lesson, we will use place value charts to identify the value of digits in 6-digit numbers. We will also add inequalities to equations with 6-digit numbers.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

1. Which number comes next in the following sequence: 23451, 33451, 43451, __________?

43 452

43 551

44 451

Q2.

What is the value of the digit '4' in the number 241 872?

40

400

4000

Q3.

What is the value of the digit '1' in the number 109 723?

10 000

100

1000

Q4.

Which of the following equations represents a correct method for partitioning the number 341 298?

300 000 + 40 000 + 1000 + 208

300 000 + 41 000 + 200 + 90

300 000 + 41 290

Q5.

5. What is the missing part in this equation: 208 000 + ________ = 218 155

10 005

10 100

10 150

### 5 Questions

Q1.

What is the value of the digit '3' in the number 301 272?

30

300

3000

Q2.

What is the value of the digit '7' in the number 270 012

700

700 000

7000

Q3.

Which of the following numbers is greater than 105 623?

105 263

105 326

62 105

Q4.

Which of the following equations involving inequalities is correct?

203 441 < 203 440

72 016 > 108 230

721 034 > 721 304

Q5.

Which symbol should be used to complete this equation: 451 678 ______ 451 768?

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