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Grade 3 - Mathematics
3.8 Counting to 100,000

Method:
  1. Read the numbers given.
  2. Notice the pattern in the sequence of numbers.
  3. Guess the number that should come next.
Example
123,000; 223,000; 323,000; 423,000,___
Look at the numbers in the above sequence. Here the difference between one number to the next is 100,000, therefore, it is skip counting by 100,000. That is, to each number we have to add 100,000 to get the next number.
In the above example,
223,000 - 123,0006000 = 100,000
323,000 - 223,0006000 = 100,000
423,000 - 323,0006000 = 100,000
Hence, to each number we have to add 1000 to get the next number.
423,000 + 100,000 = 523,000
Answer: 523,000


Directions: Find the missing number. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
Q 1: What is the missing number?
10773, 10774, 10775, 10776, ___
10776
10777
10775
10778

Q 2: What is the missing number?
61797, 61798, 61799, 61800, ___
61802
61799
61801
61800

Q 3: What is the missing number?
39344, 39345, 39346, 39347, ___
39346
39349
39348
39347

Q 4: What is the missing number?
11150, 11151, 11152, 11153, ___
11153
11154
11155
11152

Q 5: What is the missing number?
83567, 83568, 83569, 83570, ___
83569
83570
83572
83571

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