# Knowing Our Numbers

48. 100 thousands = _____ lakh(s)?

• (A) 10000
• (B) 100000
• (C) 1000000
• (D) 10000000

47. One crore is similar to

• (A) 100 thousands
• (B) 100 lakhs
• (C) 10 hundreds
• (D) 1000 hundreds

46. In Indian System of Numeration, the number 61711682 is written, using commas, as

• (A) 61,711,682
• (B) 6,17,11,682
• (C) 61,71,16,82
• (D) None of these

45. In Indian System of Numeration, the number 58695376 is written as

• (A) 58,69, 53, 76
• (B) 58,695,376
• (C) 5,86,95,376
• (D) 586,95,376

44. Insert commas (,) suitably according to Indian system of numeration in 98432701.

• (a) 9,84,32,701
• (b) 98432701
• (c) 98432701
• (d) 98432701

43. Insert commas (,) suitably according to International system of numeration in 99985102

• (a) 99985102
• (b) 99985102
• (c) 99985102
• (d) 99985102

42. Write the numeral for the number Nine crore five lakh forty one.

• (a) 9,50,00,041
• (b) 9,05,00,041
• (c) 9,05,041
• (d) 9,500,041

41. The smallest four-digit number with different digits is

• (A) 0123
• (B) 1203
• (C) 1023
• (D) 1320

40. The largest 4-digit number, using any one digit twice, from digits 5, 9, 2 and 6 is

• (A) 9652
• (B) 9562
• (C) 9659
• (D) 9965

39. If we add 1 more to the greatest 6 digit number we get

• (a) ten lakh
• (b) one lakh
• (c) ten lakh one
• (d) one lakh one

38. The smallest 8 digit number is called .

• (a) one lakh
• (b) one crore
• (c) ten lakh
• (d) ten crore

37. The largest five-digit number having three different digits is

• (A) 98978
• (B) 99897
• (C) 99987
• (D) 98799

36. The smallest four-digit number having three different digits is

• (A) 1102
• (B) 1012
• (C) 1020
• (D) 1002

35. Using digits 4, 5, 6 and 0 without repetition make the greatest four digit number

• (A) 4560
• (B) 5640
• (C) 6540
• (D) 6504

34. Using digits 0, 1, 2, 3 without repetition make the smallest four-digit number

• (A) 0123
• (B) 1023
• (C) 1230
• (D) 1032

33. Make the greatest four-digit number by using any one digit twice by 3, 8, 7

• (A) 3387
• (B) 8378
• (C) 8873
• (D) 8773