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Representing Numbers – Grade 5 Name: ________________________ Remember! Standard form (27) Expanded form (20 + 7) Tenths (0.1) Hundredths (0.01) Place Values Knowledge (demonstrate understanding of concept of addition) Write the numbers in standard form: a) five thousand six hundred twenty-three: b) sixty-seven thousand one hundred twenty: c) fifty-five thousand six: d) 30 000 + 300: e) 20 000 + 3000 + 80 + 3: _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ Write the numbers in words: a) 6 098: __________________________________________________________ b) 75 467: __________________________________________________________ c) 97 005: __________________________________________________________ Use the symbols > , < or equal to the other number. a) b) c) d) 82 300 53 883 16.72 5.07 or = to show if the number is greater than, less than, 82 030 53 338 16.7 5.70 Knowledge /12 Level _____ Thinking/Communication (Thinking – demonstrate critical thinking through explanation) (Communication – convey meaning clearly using math vocabulary) Write the following numbers in their expanded form: a) 3 514: __________________________________________ b) 88 571: __________________________________________ Circle the numbers that represent 48 223: a) 4000 + 8000 + 223 b) Forty-eight thousand two hundred twenty-three c) 4 ten thousands, 8 thousands, 2 hundreds, 2 tens, 23 ones d) 30 000 + 18 000 + 200 + 20 + 3 Represent the following number at least three different ways: 26 023 Representation #1 Representation #2 Representation #3 Thinking /7 Level ____ The population of Kajax is 73 753. The population of Dogwood is 69 948. When Mr. Wendler rounded off the two numbers they were the same. Is Mr. Wendler correct? Explain. Thinking Level _____ Communication _____ Overall Thinking level ______ Communication level _____ Application / Communication (Application – apply knowledge to context/problems) (Communication – convey meaning clearly using math vocabulary) Make the largest possible five-digit number using five of the following seven digits: 6, 4, 2, 3, 9, 1, 0 Answer: _____________________________ The chart shows the total area of the Great Lakes. Order the areas from least to greatest. Great Lakes Ontario Superior Erie Huron Michigan Area (km²) 18 960 82 100 25 700 59 600 57 800 ________________________________________________________________________ The diameter of Earth is 12 756 km. a) Round this number off to the nearest ten thousand: __________________ b) Round this number off to the nearest thousand: __________________ c) Round this number off to the nearest hundred: __________________ level _____ A car company has 2 867 blue cars, 6 123 red cars and 3994 yellow cars. About how many cars does the car company have (do not give an exact answer)? Level _____ Application /10 Level _____ Knowledge: Thinking: Communication: Application: