# Maharashtra Board Class 5 Maths Solutions Chapter 2 Number Work Problem Set 3

Balbharti Maharashtra Board Class 5 Maths Solutions Chapter 2 Number Work Problem Set 3 Textbook Exercise Important Questions and Answers.

## Maharashtra State Board Class 5 Maths Solutions Chapter 2 Number Work Problem Set 3

Question 1.
Read the numbers and write them in words.
(1) 7,65,234
(2) 4,73,225
(3) 3,27,001
(4) 8,75,375
(5) 1,50,437
(6) 2,03,174
(7) 6,47,851
(8) 9,00,999
(9) 5,75,010
(10) 4,03,005
(1) Seven lakh, sisxty-five thousand, two hundred and thirty-four.
(2) Four lakh, seventy-three thousand, two hundred and twenty-five.
(3) Three lakh, twenty-seven thousand and one
(4) Eight lakh seventy-five thousand three hundred and seventy-five
(5) One lakh fifty thousand four hundred and thirty seven
(6) Two lakh three thousand one hundred and seventy-four
(7) Six lakh forty seven thousand eight hundred and fifty-one
(8) Nine lakh nine hundred and ninety-nine
(9) Five lakh seventy-five thousand and ten
(10) Four lakh three thousand and five.

Question 2.
Read the numbers and write them in figures.
(1) One lakh thirty-five thousand eight hundred and fifty-five
(2) Seven lakh twenty-seven thousand
(3) Four lakh twenty-five thousand three hundred
(4) Nine lakh nine thousand ninety-nine
(5) Seven lakh forty-nine thousand three hundred and sixty-two
(6) Eight lakh one sixty tow
(1) 1,35,008
(2) 7,27,1 55
(3) 4,25,003
(4) 9,09,099
(5) 7,49,003
(6) 8,00,162

Question 3.
Make five six-digit numbers, each time using any of the digits 0 to 9 only once.

• 4,09,138
• 3,17,045
• 1,20,645
• 9,72,860
• 6,54,302

Introducing seven-digit numbers
Teacher : Now we shall learn about seven-digit numbers. Suppose 10 farmers borrow ₹ 1,00,000 each from a Co-operative Bank. Then, how much is the total loan given by the bank to them?

Ajit : We must find out what is ten times 1,00,000. That is, we multiply 1,00,000 by 10. That means we write one zero after the number to be multiplied.

Ajay : 1,00,000 × 10 = 10,00,000

Teacher : This becomes a seven-digit number. We read it as ‘Ten lakh’. We must make one more place for the 10 lakhs to the left of the lakhs place. In western countries, the term million is used. One million is equal to ten lakhs.

Thus, ten lakh = 10,00,000.

Just as we read ten thousands and thousands together, we read ten lakhs and lakhs together. So, we read 18,35,614 as ‘eighteen lakh, thirty-five thousand, six hundred and fourteen.

Study the seven-digit numbers given below in figures and in words.

• 31,25,745 : thirty-one lakh, twenty-five thousand, seven hundred and forty-five
• 91,00,006 : ninety-one lakh and six
• 63,00,988 : sixty-three lakh, nine hundred and eighty-eight
• 88,00,400 : eighty-eight lakh, four hundred
• seventy-two lakh and ninety-five : 72,00,095
• seventy lakh, two thousand, three hundred : 70,02,300

Question 1.
Read the numbers and write them in words:

(1) 4,00,527