Number Names and Number Sense

Number Names and Number Sense definition – Numbers Plays a very Important role in our Life. With the help of numbers, we can measure count and compare things.

Hundred Tens Ones
2 0 1

The number written here is 201 and number name is Two hundred one.

In this the place value of 1 is ones, 0 is at tens position and 2 is at hundreds position.

Examples 1:               157

Hundred Tens Ones
1 5 7

Examples 1:               153

Hundred Tens Ones
1 5 3

Examples 1:               257

Hundred Tens Ones
2 5 7

Write the number names of given number.

123 – One Hundred Twenty-Three

111 – One Hundred Eleven

140 – One Hundred Forty

Face value and Place value

 

The face value of a digit is the value of digit itself.

The place value is the value of the place of a digit in number.

Example: –

178 – one hundred seventy-eight it’s a 3-digit number.

8 is in the one place. its place value is 8.

7 is in the tens place. Its place value is 70.

1 is in the hundreds place. Its place value is 100.

Order of numbers

When numbers are written from smallest to greatest, it is said to be in increasing order.

Increasing Order – 25, 120, 75, 62, 65

Correct Order – 25, 62, 65, 75, 120

When numbers are written from greatest to smallest, it is said to be in decreasing order.

Decreasing Order – 25, 120, 75, 62, 65

Correct Order – 120, 75, 65, 62, 25

Exercise: –

Write the number names of the following numbers.

35
189
162
153

Fill in the blanks: –

126 = ……………. Hundred + …………… Tens + ………………… Ones

137 = ……………. Hundred + …………… Tens + ………………… Ones

190 = ……………. Hundred + …………… Tens + ………………… Ones

109 = ……………. Hundred + …………… Tens + ………………… Ones

162 = ……………. Hundred + …………… Tens + ………………… Ones

173 = ……………. Hundred + …………… Tens + ………………… Ones

Also Read :-

Maths olympiad questions for Grade – 1 

Class 2 Maths Olympiad Previous Year Practice Paper

Class 2 Science Olympiad Previous Year Practice Paper

Class 2 General Knowledge Olympiad Previous Year Practice Paper

 

 

 

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