The value of each digit in a number is dependent on its place, or position in the number. When the same digit occupies a different position, its value changes. For example the 9 in 93 stands for 9 tens or 90, whereas the 9 in 9672 stands for 9 thousands or 9000.
Test Objectives:•Demonstrate the ability to construct a place value chart
•Demonstrate the ability to find the place value of a given digit in a number using a place value chart
•Demonstrate the ability to find the place value of a given digit in a number without a place value chart
Place Value Test:
#1:
Instructions: State the place value of the underlined digit in each number.
a) 373
b) 1094
c) 145,724
#2:
Instructions: State the place value of the underlined digit in each number.
a) 595,039
b) 7,335,197
c) 153,215,613
#3:
Instructions: State the place value of the underlined digit in each number.
a) 793,227,521
b) 103,799
c) 2,375,118
#4:
Instructions: State the place value of the underlined digit in each number.
a) 6,331,227,513,214
b) 877,531,000
#5:
Instructions: State the place value of the underlined digit in each number.
a) 17,395,221,422
b) 8,001,343,879,424
Written Solutions:
Solution:
a) tens
b) thousands
c) ones
Solution:
a) ones
b) hundred thousands
c) ten millions
Solution:
a) ten millions
b) hundreds
c) ten thousands
Solution:
a) ten billions
b) millions
Solution:
a) hundred thousands
b) trillions