# Place Value & Expanded Form-Test-4

students will learn about groups of 10, groups of 100 and so on.

What is the difference between place value and face value?

Face value is the actual value of the digit and place value depends upon the position of the digit in the number.

For example : In number 897 ; place value of 8 is 800 and face value of 8 is 8 only.

(11)   Bikram has 90 stamps. How many groups of ten does he have?

A. 9                     B. 90                   C. 10                    D. no tens

(12)  Which is another way of writing 145?

A. 100 + 40 + 5                              B. 10 + 45 + 5

C. 100 + 4 + 50                              D. 100 + 40 + 50

(13)  Nisha has 30 stickers. How many groups of ten does she have?

A. 30                   B. 3                      C. 13                    D. 10

(14)  Hina wants to arrange her collection of 34 books on a bookshelf. Ten books fit on a shelf. How many bookshelves can Hina fill completely?

A. 4                     B. 5                      C. 2                     D. 3

(15)  Which number has zero tens?

A. 210                 B. 50                   C. 109                 D. 90

(16)  Mina is packing 32 apples into boxes. Only 10 apples can fit in each box.

How many boxes can she fill and how many apples will be left over?

A. 2 boxes and 3 left over            B. 3 boxes and 2 left over

C. 3 boxes and 3 left over            D. 3 boxes Question 5

(17)  How many tens are in 90?

A. 8                     B. 9                      C. 90                   D. 0

(18)  Which digit is at tens place in 215?

A. 1                       B. 2                      C. 5                     D. 25

(19)  Which number has 9 at ones place?

A. 84                   B. 932                 C. 49                   D. 191

(20) Which digit is at hundreds place in 178?

A. 8                     B. 9                      C. 1                       D. 17