Makes 1,000 hundreds 100,000

Neighbor numbers in the number range up to 1,000,000

Neighbor numbers

A six-digit number has neighboring hundreds of thousands, neighboring tens of thousands, neighboring thousands, neighboring hundreds and neighboring tens. The neighbors of one are called and.
The first thousands to the left and right of a number are the neighboring thousands. The neighboring thousands of are and.
The first tens of thousands to the left and right of a number are the neighboring tens of thousands. The neighboring tens of thousands of are and.
The first hundreds of thousands to the left and right of a number are the neighboring hundreds of thousands. The neighboring hundreds of thousands of are and.
Most of the time, a number is closer to one of its two neighbors; the number is to the right of the five hundred line between and, i.e. closer to the large one.

Special features of neighboring numbers

For some numbers, neighboring thousands and neighboring ten thousands, or neighboring ten thousands and neighboring hundreds of thousands, or all three are the same.

Jump numbers

To get to the big neighbor, you do a jump number; to get to the small neighbor, you do a jump number.
To get from to the big one, you add; to get to the small neighboring hundred thousand, you subtract.