# Larger numbers

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If we add one more to the **greatest 6-digit number** we get the ** 7-digit number**. It is called

**ten lakh**.

If we add one more to the ** 7-digit number** we get the

**smallest 8-digit number**. The

**smallest 8-digit number**is called

**one crore**.

Let’s use a **Click somewhere in the 1s cell to add 1**:

**Remember**

1 hundred = 10 tens

**1 thousand** = **hundreds** =

**1 lakh** = **thousands** =

**1 crore** = **lakhs** =

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## Try these

1.**What is 10–1= ?**

**2. What is 100–1=?**

**3. What is 10,000 – 1 =?**

**4. What is 1,00,000 – 1 =?**

**5. What is 1,00,00,000 – 1 =?**

**Note:**

1)**10**,**100**,**10000**,**100000**,**10000000** are the smallest **2-digit**, **3-digit**,**5-digit**,**6-digit**,**8-digit** numbers respectively.

2)**9**,**99** ,**9999**,**99999**,**9999999** are the greatest **1-digit**,**2-digit**,**4-digit**,**5-digit**,**7-digit** numbers respectively.

3)We can say that the **predecessor** of the smallest **n-digit number** is the grestest **(n-1)-digit numbers**.

**Example:** **In the above case:** Predecessor of the smallest 2-digit number(10) is greatest 1-digit number(9).In this case n=2;Try to apply this concept for the remaining cases.

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**Match the quantities to the number of digits needed to specify the quantity.**

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## Try these

**1. Give an example where the number of things counted would be more than 6-digit number.**

**2. Starting from the greatest 6-digit number, write the previous five numbers in descending order.**

**3. Starting from the smallest 8-digit number, write the next five numbers in ascending order and read them.**