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## Math in Focus Grade 3 Chapter 1 Answer Key Numbers to 10,000

**Put on Your thinking cap!**

**Challenging Practice**

**Write the missing number in the pattern.**

Question 1.

Answer:

Complete each number pattern.

Explanation:

In thousands the numbers are increasing so the number is 8

5,6,7,8

In hundreds the number remains constant that is 6

In tens also the number remains constant that is 2

In ones the number is decreasing so the number is 0

Question 2.

5,621 5,741 5,861 ____

Answer:

5,621 5,741 5,861 5,981

Explanation:

In the above pattern the place value of 100 is increasing 6 after 7

7 after 8 so, 8 after it should be 9

and the tens pattern is increasing by 2

2, 4 , 6 , 8

Question 3.

6,871 5,861 ___ 3,841

Answer:

6,871 5,861 4851 3,841

Explanation:

In the above pattern the place value of 1000 is decreasing by 1 so, 6 after 5

5 after 4

and the tens pattern is decreasing by 1

7, 6 , 5 , 4

Question 4.

2,828 2,818 2,808 _____

Answer:

2,828 2,818 2,808 2798

Explanation:

In the above pattern

The tens place is decreasing by 10

So the number should be

2798

2808 -10 = 2798

**Fill in the mystery numbers.**

Question 5.

I am a 3-digit number. The digit in my tens and ones places is the same. The digit in my hundreds place is 4 more than the digit in my tens and ones places.

I am ____

Answer:

There will be multiple answers

Let us consider 2 will be the number is tens and ones place

4 more than tens and ones place is 2 + 4 = 6

If we choose 2 then 6 is the answer

if we choose the other number the answer will be changed.

**Put On Your Thinking cap!**

**Problem Solving**

I am a 4-digit number.

The digit 8 is in the hundreds place.

The digit in the thousands place is greater than the digit in the hundreds place. The digit in the ones place is the smallest possible digit.

The digit in the tens place is 3 less than 6.

What number am I?

_________

Answer:

I am a 4-digit number. = aaaa

The digit 8 is in the hundreds place. a8aa

The digit in the thousands place is greater than the digit in the hundreds place.

98aa

The digit in the ones place is the smallest possible digit.

98a0

The digit in the tens place is 3 less than 6.

9830

so, the number is 9830