Ordering and comparing a set of numbers beyond 1000

Ordering and comparing a set of numbers beyond 1000

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will look at how we can use place value to create the largest or smallest number. We will also compare and order two or more numbers.

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3 Questions

Q1.
1785 > 1885
Correct answer: False
True
Q2.
6542 < 6642 < 7642
False
Correct answer: True
Q3.
Which of these inequalities has the correct greater than or less than symbol symbols? (1 correct answer)
Correct answer: 2943 < 2962
4634 < 4010
5642 < 5152

5 Questions

Q1.
Using the digit cards, 3, 5, 7 and 8, which of the following numbers is the greatest number I can make?
3578
5378
Correct answer: 8753
Q2.
Using the digit cards, 3, 5, 7 and 8, which of the following numbers is the smallest number I can make?
Correct answer: 3578
7538
8357
Q3.
Is this inequality correct?
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Correct answer: No
Yes
Q4.
Is this inequality correct?
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No
Correct answer: Yes
Q5.
If the target was to make a number closest to 2000, who has won?
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Jeremy
Correct answer: Mia
Mrs Crane

Lesson appears in

UnitMaths / Reasoning with 4-digit numbers