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$382$, $4972$, $18$, $59785$, $750$.

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$1473$, $89423$, $100$, $5000$, $310$.

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$1834$, $75284$, $111$, $2333$, $450$.

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$2853$, $7691$, $9999$, $12002$, $124$.

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$4536$, $4892$, $4370$, $4452$.

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$15623$, $15073$, $15189$, $15800$.

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$25286$, $25245$, $25270$, $25210$.

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$6895$, $23787$, $24569$, $24659$.

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$2$, $8$, $7$, $4$.

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$9$, $7$, $4$, $1$.

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$4$, $7$, $5$, $0$.

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$1$, $7$, $6$, $2$.

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$5$, $4$, $0$, $3$.

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$3$, $8$, $7$.

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$9$, $0$, $5$.

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$0$, $4$, $9$.

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$8$, $5$, $1$

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Digit $9$ is always at hundreds place.

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$9$ |

$9$ |

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Digit $1$ is always at thousands place

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Which is the smallest number?

Which is the greatest number?

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Can you arrange them in the increasing order of their heights?

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Can you arrange them in the decreasing order of their heights?

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Can you arrange their prices in increasing order?

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Sohan and Rita went to buy an almirah. There were many almirahs available with their price tags.

Can you arrange their prices in decreasing order?

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$847$, $9754$, $8320$, $571$.

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$9801$, $25751$, $36501$, $38802$.

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$5000$, $7500$, $85400$, $7861$.

Make ten such examples of ascending/descending order and solve them.

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$1971$, $45321$, $88715$, $92547$.

Make ten such examples of ascending/descending order and solve them.

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Number | Number Name | Expansion |

20000 | twenty thousand | $2×10000$ |

26000 | twenty six thousand | $2×10000+6×1000$ |

38400 | thirty eight thousand four hundred | $3×10000+8×1000+4×100$ |

65740 | sixty five thousand seven hundred forty | $6×10000+5×1000+7×100+4×10$ |

89324 | eighty nine thousand three hundred twenty four | $8×10000+9×1000+3×100+2×10+4×1$ |

50000 | ----- | ---- |

41000 | ---- | ---- |

47300 | ---- | ---- |

57630 | ---- | ---- |

29485 | ---- | ---- |

29085 | ---- | ---- |

20085 | ---- | ---- |

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Number | Number Name | Expansion |

3,00,000 | three lakh | $3×1,00,000$ |

3,50,000 | three lakh fifty thousand | $3×1,00,000+5×10,000$ |

3,53,500 | three lakh fifty three thousand five hundred | $3×1,00,000+5×10,000$ $+3×1000+5×100$ |

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4,07,928 | ||

4,00,829 | ||

4,00,029 |

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(i) $475320$

(ii) $9847215$

(iii) $97645310$

(iv) $30458094$

Which is the smallest number?

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(i) $475320$

(ii) $9847215$

(iii) $97645310$

(iv) $30458094$

Which is the greatest number?

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(i) $475320$

(ii) $9847215$

(iii) $97645310$

(iv) $30458094$

Arrange these numbers in ascending and descending orders.

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(i) $527864$

(ii) $95432$

(iii) $18950049$

(iv) $70002509$

Write these numbers using placement boxes and then using commas in Indian as well as International System of Numeration.

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(i) $527864$

(ii) $95432$

(iii) $18950049$

(iv) $70002509$

Arrange these in descending order.

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Put commas for easy reading.

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Arrange them in ascending and descending order.

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$1$ lakh $=$ _______ ten thousand.

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$1$ million $=$ ________ hundred thousand.

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$1$ crore $=$ _______ ten lakh.

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$1$ crore $=$ ______ million.

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$1$ million $=$_______ lakh.

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Seventy three lakh seventy five thousand three hundred seven.

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Nine crore five lakh forty one.

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Seven crore fifty two-lakh twenty one thousand three hundred two.

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Fifty eight million four hundred twenty three thousand two hundred two.

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Twenty three lakh thirty thousand ten.

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$87595762$.

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$8546283$.

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$99900046$.

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$98432701$.

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$78921092$.

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$7452283$.

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$99985102$.

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$48049831$.

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A bus started its journey and reached different places with a speed of $60$ km/hour. The journey is shown in given figure.

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A bus started its journey and reached different places with a speed of $60$ km/hour. The journey is shown in given figure.

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A bus started its journey and reached different places with a speed of $60$ km/hour. The journey is shown in given figure.

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Weight of apples$=$ __________ kg

Weight of oranges$=$ __________kg

Therefore, total weight$=$ _______kg$+$______kg$=$ _______ kg.

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$28,32,52,41,39,48,64,59,99,215,1453,2936$.

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$87×313$.

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$9×795$.

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$898×785$.

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$958×387$.

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$730+998$.

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$796−314$.

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$12,904+2,888$.

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$28,292−21,496$.

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$439+334+4,317$.

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$1,08,734−47,599$.

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$8325−491$.

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$4,89,348−48,365$.

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$578×161$.

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$5281×3491$.

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$1291×592$.

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$9250×29$

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Four multiplied by the sum of nine and two.

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Divide the difference of eighteen and six by four.

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Forty five divided by three times the sum of three and two.

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$7(8−3)$.

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$(7+2)(10−3)$.

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$73$.

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$92$.

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