Operations on Large Numbers Class 5 Worksheets

# Operations on Large Numbers Class 5 Worksheets

## Operations on Large Numbers Class 5 Worksheets

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## Operations on Large Numbers Class 5 Worksheet 1

1. What will be the digit in the ones place in the product 342 × 2042?

(a) 2

(b) 4

(c) 0

(d) 8

2. The product of 541 × 241 is an even number—True or False?

3. 4921 × 0 = 4921—True or False?

4. Solve: 6921532 + 9500521 – 592139

5. Solve: 93571 + 782712 – 234179

6. Find the product: 1042 × 3519

7. Find the quotient and remainder when 48291 is divided by 28.

8. Use short cut multiplication method to find 285 × 203.

9. 5,48,170 people travelled by metro on Monday, 4,59,842 people travelled on Tuesday and 9,480 more people travelled on Wednesday than on Tuesday. How many people in all travelled by metro on these three days?

10. If 25,72,680 people in a metro city use company’s transport to work every day, then how many people in all will use company’s transport during a month of 30 days leaving out the 4 Sundays?

11. Find the quotient and remainder when the largest 6-digit number is divided by the smallest 3-digit number formed using the digits 9, 8,7, 7, 6, 4, 2, 0.

12. 52,38,170 mangoes were stored in a go down. 4,480 mangoes got spoiled after 2 days and had to be thrown away. Further 6,980 mangoes got spoiled after 3 days. How many mangoes were left in the go down after five days?

## Operations on Large Numbers Class 5 Worksheet 2

a. 74,96,382 + 3,18,69,834

b. 56,76,341 + 7,08,68,813

c. 50,93,903 + 2,83,61,064

d. 23,36,532 + 6,38,69,824

a. 12,59,476 + 7,19,34,675 + 29,63,525

b. 42,39,053 + 3,89,54,508 + 19,62,837

3. Add using the Lattice method.

a. 5,39,687 + 2,57,846

b. 4,59,649 + 8,50,835

4. Subtract 30,96,487 from 52,58,392.

5. A farmer grew 2,86,503 carrots in the year 2020. He grew 3,45,091 carrots in the

year 2021. How many more carrots did he grow in 2021?

6. The population of a country in the year 2011 was 94,59,720. The next year it

increased by 1,98,876. What was the population of the country in the year 2012?

7. Estimate the sum of 43,496 and 31,235 (nearest thousand).

8. Estimate the difference of 2,64,532 and 95,648 (nearest thousand).

9. Estimate the sum of 47,689 and 15,723 (nearest thousand).

10. Estimate the difference of 7,51,876 and 4,63,453 (nearest thousand).

11. There are 15 tailors in a shop and each tailor can stitch 25 shirts in a day. How many shirts will be stitched in 13 days?

12. 4 dozen books can be packed in a box. How many boxes are needed to pack 52,496 books?

## Operations on Large Numbers Class 5 Worksheet 3

1. Add the following: 4,98,21,045 + 5,49,90,586.

2. Add the following: 5,20,73,569 + 2,32,84,936 + 37,65,721.

3. Add using the Lattice method: 2,17,492 + 1,50,684.

4. Subtract 28,34,976 from 37,12,364.

5. Arun bought a house for ₹ 52,56,790 and spent ₹ 10,090 on repairing. He also

spent ₹ 2,65,830 on furnishing. What was his total expenditure?

6. A hill station had 29,95,640 visitors in the month of March 2018 and 32,34,965

visitors in the month of April 2018. How many more visitors came in the month of

April than in the month of March?

7. Estimate the sum of 20,498 and 35,641 (nearest thousand).

8. Estimate the difference of 6,98,765 and 2,56,205 (nearest thousand).

9. Estimate the sum of 48,965 and 35,321 (nearest thousand).

10. Estimate the difference of 5,49,752 and 2,38,679 (nearest thousand).

11. The populations of two countries are 4,93,57,905 and 8,23,04,276. What is the total population of both the countries altogether?

12. The capacities of two cricket stadiums are 1,05,945 and 80,272. What is the difference between the capacities of these two stadiums?

Worksheet 1

1. (b)

2. False

3. False

4. 1,58,29,914

5. 6,42,104

6. 36,66,798

7. Q = 1724; R = 19

8. 57,855

9. 14,77,334 people

10. 6,68,89,680 people

11. Q = 4901; R = 195

12. 52,26,710 mangoes

Worksheet 2

1. a. 3,93,66,216

b. 7,65,45,154

c. 3,34,54,967

d. 6,62,06,356

2. a. 7,61,57,676

b. 4,51,56,398

3. a. 7,97,533

b. 13,10,484

4. 21,61,905

5. 58,588 carrots

6. 96,58,596

7. 74,000

8. 1,69,000

9. 64,000

10. 2,89,000

11. 4875 shirts

12. 1093 boxes; 32 books left

Worksheet 3

1. 10,48,11,631

2. 7,91,24,226

3. 3,68,176

4. 8,77,388

5. ₹ 55,32,710

6. 2,39,325 visitors

7. 56,000

8. 4,43,000

9. 84,000

10. 3,11,000

11. 13,16,62,181

12. 25,673

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