Question:

Level 2

One hundred and seven thousand, six hundred and forty-two is 96 937 more than ____.

2 m
One hundred and seven thousand, six hundred and forty-two is 96 937 more than ____.

Level 2

Multiply 859 and 7. What is the number in the thousands place in the product?

2 m
Multiply 859 and 7. What is the number in the thousands place in the product?

Level 2

A number when rounded off to the nearest ten gives a value of 24350.

2 m
A number when rounded off to the nearest ten gives a value of 24350.

- What is the smallest possible number?
- What is the largest possible number?

Level 2

The number of chairs in the hall is 1500 when rounded off to the nearest hundred.

2 m
The number of chairs in the hall is 1500 when rounded off to the nearest hundred.

- What is the greatest possible number of chairs in the hall?
- What is the smallest possible number of chairs in the hall?

Level 2

With the digits 3, 4 and 5, form the largest three-digit number which when rounded off to the nearest hundred is 400?

3 m
With the digits 3, 4 and 5, form the largest three-digit number which when rounded off to the nearest hundred is 400?

Level 3

Tom is thinking of a Y-digit number.

What number is he thinking of?

3 m
Tom is thinking of a Y-digit number.

- It has '1' as one of the digits.
- The digit '2' is in its hundreds place.
- The value of the digit '5' is 50.
- The digit in the thousands place is twice the digit in the hundreds place.
- The digit in the thousands place is 2 times the digit in the ones place.

What number is he thinking of?

Level 3

There is a 4-digit number. The digit in the hundreds place is thrice the digit in the ones place. The digit in the thousands place is the smallest even number. The sum of all the digits is 21. What is the number?

3 m
There is a 4-digit number. The digit in the hundreds place is thrice the digit in the ones place. The digit in the thousands place is the smallest even number. The sum of all the digits is 21. What is the number?

Level 3

I am a 5 digit number.

All my digits are odd.

The sum of the 5 digits is 25.

The digits in the ten thousands place and ones place make 10.

The ones digit is 4 more than the ten thousands digit.

The digits in the hundreds place and tens place make 10 too.

The tens digit is 4 more than the thousands digit.

If none of the digits is repeated, what is the 5 digit number?

4 m
I am a 5 digit number.

All my digits are odd.

The sum of the 5 digits is 25.

The digits in the ten thousands place and ones place make 10.

The ones digit is 4 more than the ten thousands digit.

The digits in the hundreds place and tens place make 10 too.

The tens digit is 4 more than the thousands digit.

If none of the digits is repeated, what is the 5 digit number?

Level 3

I am a number.

I have the digit 6 which is in the thousands place.

I also have the digit 8 which has a value of 80.

My digit in the ones place is 1 more than my digit in the tens place.

The value of my digit in the hundreds place is 620 more than the value of my digit in the tens place.

My digit in the ten thousands place is 2 less than my digit in the thousands place.

What number am I?

4 m
I am a number.

I have the digit 6 which is in the thousands place.

I also have the digit 8 which has a value of 80.

My digit in the ones place is 1 more than my digit in the tens place.

The value of my digit in the hundreds place is 620 more than the value of my digit in the tens place.

My digit in the ten thousands place is 2 less than my digit in the thousands place.

What number am I?

Level 3

Jonathan wants to purchase a new car which costs $134850. Jonathan will pay a monthly instalment over a period of 5 years after paying a downpayment of $12850. How much is each monthly instalment? Round your answer off to the nearest thousands.

4 m
Jonathan wants to purchase a new car which costs $134850. Jonathan will pay a monthly instalment over a period of 5 years after paying a downpayment of $12850. How much is each monthly instalment? Round your answer off to the nearest thousands.