# Grade 2 Working with 3-digit numbers Worksheet

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## (4) Write the Three Numbers and Answer

The greatest number is:

The smallest number is:

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## (6) Circle the Smallest Number

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(a) Make the smallest 3-digit number that has no zeros, without repeating any digit.

(b) Make the largest 3-digit number using any three digits out of without repeating any of them.

(c) Make the smallest 3-digit number using without repeating any of them.

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## (10) Do as Directed

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42 rounded off to the nearest ten is .

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677 rounded off to the nearest hundred is .

## (11) Make the Largest Possible 3-Digit Number Using All the Three Digits Given. Then Round That Number off to the Nearest Ten and the Nearest Hundred

 Digits Largest possible 3-digit number Round off to nearest ten Round off to nearest hundred (a) (b) (c) (d)

• Given two numbers,

• 138 is less than the number 345 so, we use less than sign.

• Hence, the answer is .

• Given two numbers,

• 248 is greatest than the number 239 so, we use greater than sign.

• Hence, the answer is .

• Given two numbers,

• 892 is greatest than the number 298 so, we use greater than sign.

• Hence, the answer is .

• Given two numbers,

• 745 is equal to the number 745 so, we use equal to sign.

• Hence, the answer is .

• Given two numbers,

• 638 is less than the number 864 so, we use less than sign.

• Hence, the answer is .

• Given two numbers,

• 419 is greatest than the number 349 so, we use greater than sign.

• Hence, the answer is .

• Rutva paid for lunch

• Jashmin paid for lunch

• Hence, Rs. 428 is greater than Rs. 341

• Therefore, Jashmin paid more.

• Raksha paid 2 hundred-rupee notes and 2 ten-rupee notes for an item:

• 2 hundred-rupee notes

• 2 ten-rupee notes

• Total paid

• Mihir paid 4 ten-rupee notes, 2 hundred-rupee notes and 5 one-rupee coins for an item:

• 4 ten-rupee notes

• 2 hundred-rupee notes

• 5 one-rupee coins

• Total paid

• Hence, Rs. 220 is less than Rs. 245

• Therefore, Raksha paid less.

• Given abacus represents 3-digit numbers,

• 1st abacus: hundreds place

• Tens place

• Ones place

• So, number

• 2nd abacus: hundreds place

• Tens place

• Ones place

• So, number

• 3rd abacus: hundreds place

• Tens place

• Ones place

• So, number

• Hence, the three numbers are

• The greatest number is 523.

• The smallest number is 354.

• Given numbers:

• Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

• So, the greatest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

• So, the greatest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

• So, the greatest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

• So, the greatest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

• So, the smallest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

• So, the smallest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

• So, the smallest number is

• Given numbers:

• Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

• So, the smallest number is

• The smallest 3-digit number,

• Smallest 3-digit number

• But that has no zeros, and without repeating any digit.

• So, smallest 3-digit number

• Therefore, the smallest 3-digit number is 123 that have no zeros.

• To make the largest 3-digit number.

• Using any three digits out of

• So, 3-digit number

• But the largest 3-digit number

• Therefore, the largest 3-digit number is 864 without repeating any of digits.

• To make the smallest 3-digit number, using

• So, smallest 3-digit number without repeating any of them

• Therefore, the smallest 3-digit number is 347.

• In given numbers:

• Order the numbers in descending order it means greatest number to the smallest number.

• So, the numbers

• Therefore, order the numbers are .

• In given numbers:

• Order the numbers in descending order it means greatest number to the smallest number.

• So, the numbers

• Therefore, order the numbers are .

• Number start at 230 then 240.

• Difference

• So, skip count between two numbers is 10.

• Hence,

• Number in between at 345 then 445.

• Difference

• So, skip count between two numbers is 100.

• Hence,

• Number in last is 475 and 485.

• Difference

• So, skip count between two numbers is 10.

• Hence,

• Line graph shows number at 40 to 50.

• If the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4 round the number down.

• So, 42 rounded off to the nearest ten is .

• Line graph shows number 0 to 900.

• If the number you are rounding is followed by 15, 16, 17, 18 or 19, round the number up.

• Hence, 677 rounded off to the nearest hundred is .