# Number Jumble Your assignment tonight will cement your understanding of relationship between a digit and its value as determined by its place in a number. This should be a review from last year's place value unit.  We will be expanding on this topic when we explore decimals and exponents.  Please submit your answers on this Google form – NUMBERS.

1. Using each digit only once, write the largest four-digit number possible with the digits 1, 3, 4, and 7.

2.  Using each digit only once, write the smallest four-digit number possible with the digits 1, 3, 4, and 7.

3. What is the largest four-digit number you can write?

4.  What is the smallest four-digit number you can write?

5. What is the largest four-digit number you can write using four different digits?

6. What is the smallest four-digit number you can write using four different digits?

7. Write four three-digit numbers in which the hundreds digit is half the ones digit.

8. Write four three-digit numbers in which the thousands digit is half the double the tens digit.

9. Can you write a four-digit number whose digits add up to 36? 37? 34? If so, write you answer(s).

10.  Can you write a four digit number whose digits add up to 8?  Write your answer.

11.  Using four different digits, can you write a number whose digits add up to 6?

12.  Find the largest number in your house somewhere.  Write it and explain what the number represents.

Bonus Brain Sizzler:  In the English language, only one number is spelled with its letters in alphabetical order.  What is that number?