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Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 1000

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Find the greater number. In this set, there are 4 hundreds, 3 tens, and 7 ones. There 437 blocks. In this set, there are 5 hundreds, 1 ten, and 5 ones. There are 515 blocks. To compare the numbers we compare the digits in the hundreds place. 4 is smaller than 5. 5 is greater than 4. So, 515 is greater than 437. Find the smaller number. In this set, there are 6 hundreds 4 tens, and 8 ones. There are 648 blocks. In this set, there are 6 hundreds, 4 tens, and 9 blocks. To compare the numbers, we start by comparing the digits in the hundreds place. 6 is the same as 6. The digits are the same. So we move on to compare the digits in the tens place. 4 is equal to 4. The digits are the same. So we move on to compare the digits in the ones place. 8 is smaller than 9. So, 648 is smaller than 649. Arrange the numbers from the smallest to the greatest. Let's start by comparing the digits in the hundreds place of each number. 4, 3, and 5. 3 is smaller than 4 and 5. So, its 386 is the smallest number. Let's compare the digits in the hundreds place of the last two numbers. 4 is smaller than 5 5 is greater than 4. So, 545 is the greatest number. From the smallest to the greatest the numbers are 386, 455, and 545. Arrange the numbers from the greatest to the smallest. Let's start by comparing the digits in the hundreds place of each number. 9, 8, 7, and 9. 7 is smaller than 8 and 9. So, 785 is the smallest number. 8 is smaller than 9. So, 829 is the next smallest number. Now the digits in the hundreds place are the same. They are both 9. So let's move on to compare the digits in the tens place. 2 and 8. 2 is smaller than 8. So, 922 is the next smallest number. 982 is the greatest number. We have arranged the numbers from the greatest to the smallest.

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Posted by: schoogle on Dec 30, 2015

Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 1000

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