# In-Text Questions Try These (Textbook Page No. 6) - Chapter 1 Numbers Term 1 6th Maths Guide Samacheer Kalvi Solutions - SaraNextGen [2024]

Try These (Textbook Page No. 6)
Question 1.
Read and expand the following numbers:
(i) 2304567
(ii) 4509888
(iii) 9553556
Solution:
(i) Number: $23,04,567$
Expanded form: $2 \times 1000000+3 \times 100000+0 \times 10000+4 \times 1000+5 \times 100+6 \times 10+7 \times 1$
Read as: Twenty Three Lakh Four Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty Seven
(ii) Number: $45,09,888$
Expanded form: $4 \times 1000000+5 \times 100000+0 \times 10000+9 \times 1000+8 \times 100+8 \times 10+8 \times 1$
Read as: Forty Five Lakh Nine Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Eight
(iii) Number: $95,53,556$
Expanded form: $9 \times 1000000+5 \times 100000+5 \times 10000+3 \times 1000+5 \times 100+5 \times 10+6 \times 1$
Read as: Ninety Five Lakh Fifty Three Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty Six

Question $2 .$
How many hundreds are there in 10 lakh?
Solution:
$\begin{array}{ccccccc} 1 & 0 & 0 & 0 & 0 & 0 & 0 \\ \mathrm{TL} & \mathrm{L} & \mathrm{TTH} & \mathrm{TH} & \mathrm{H} & \mathrm{T} & \mathrm{O} \\ & & & & 1 & 0 & 0 \end{array}$
There are four places to the left of a Hundred.

Question $3 .$
10 lakh candidates write the Public Exam this year. If each exam centre is allotted with 1000 candidates. How many exam centres would be needed?
Solution:
Candidate for one centre $=1000$
For 10 lakh people
$10,00,000$
Ten lakh contains $=\frac{10,00,000}{1000}=1000$ Thousands
For 10 lakh people 1000 centres are needed