# 2nd Class Mathematics Ones and Tens Ones Tens Hundreds Thousands

Ones Tens Hundreds Thousands

Category : 2nd Class

Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands

Identifying Ones and Tens

In any number, first number from the right is called ones and second number from the right is called tens. The place value of digit at tens is obtained by multiplying the number by 10.

• Example:

What is the place value of 6 in the number 69?

(a) 60                                        (b) 10

(c) 70                                        (d) All the above

(e) None of these

Explanation:$69=6\times 10$. Therefore place value of 6 is 60.

Identifying Hundreds in a Number

For the identification of hundreds in a number, the number should be of three or more digits. To obtain the place value of digit at hundreds place, the digit is multiplied by 100.

• Example:

Find the place value of digit 5 in 3576.

(a) 400                                      (b) 500

(c) 5                                          (d) All the above

(e) None of these

Explanation: $3576=3000+500+70+6$.

Therefore, option (b) is correct.

Identifying Thousands in a Number

To obtain the place value of digit at thousands, the digit is multiplied by 1000.

• Example:

What is the place value of digit 9 in 9873?

(a) 9873                                                (b) 900

(c) 9000                                                (d) All the above

(e) None of these

Explanation: Digit 9 is at thousands place. Therefore, option (c) is correct.

Place Value Chart

Following are the place value of digits of 4276:

 Thousands Hundreds Tens Ones 4 2 7 6

• Example:

Identify the place of digit 3 in 5632.

(a) Units                                    (b) Tens

(c) Hundreds                              (d) All the above

(e) None of these

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