Sarin and the million numbers part 4(Math Question)

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Read posting Sarin and the million numbers and Hairu and the numbers to understand the mathematics concept of numbers.

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ18

UPQ18-1. What is eight million and sixteen thousand written in numerals?

UPQ18-2. Use the following digits to form the smallest four-digit whole number that is divisible by 5.

                        3, 7, 5, 0

UPQ18-3. What is the missing number in the line?

                 32 850 = 30 000 + 2 000 + ____ + 5 x 10

                 (1) 8

                 (2) 80

                 (3) 800

                 (4) 8 000

UPQ18-4. Evaluate 24 + 4 × 50 – 20 ÷ 10.

                 (1) 36

                 (2) 42

                 (3) 216

                 (4) 222

Solution:

UPQ18-1. What is eight million and sixteen thousand written in numerals?

                  8 000 000   is eight million

                        16 000   is sixteen thousand

                  8 016 000   is eight million and sixteen thousand

UPQ18-2. Use the following digits to form the smallest four-digit whole number that is divisible by 5.

                        3, 7, 5, 0

                 Smallest four-digit whole number that divisible by 5 is 3075

UPQ18-3. What is the missing number in the line?

                 32 850 = 30 000 + 2 000 + ____ + 5 x 10

                 (1) 8

                 (2) 80

                 (3) 800

                 (4) 8 000

                             30 000

                               2 000

                                  800

                                    50

                             32 850

UPQ18-4. Evaluate 24 + 4 × 50 – 20 ÷ 10.

                 (1) 36

                 (2) 42

                 (3) 216

                 (4) 222

                 24 + 4 x 50 – 20 ÷ 10

                 = 24 + 200 – 2

                 = 222

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