Year 5

Year 5

# Ordering and comparing 5-digit numbers using a number line

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will be identifying the intervals on incomplete number lines and placing 5-digit numbers on number lines with different scales.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of these numbers has the greatest value?
10 241
35 412
67 199
Q2.
Which of these numbers has the smallest value?
16 902
22 780
87 109
Q3.
Which of these numbers has the greatest value?
78 415
78 451
78 514
Q4.
Order these numbers in ascending order (from the number with the smallest value to the number with the greatest value): 87312, 83712, 83217, 83127, 83271.
Correct answer: 83127, 83217, 83271, 83712, 87312
83127, 83217, 83712, 87312, 83271
83217, 87312, 83712, 83127, 83271
83712, 83271, 87312, 83127, 83217
Q5.
Which of the following numbers is greater than 11 000?
10 399
6826
9999

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of the following numbers is greater than 40 000 but less than 60 000?
14 567
34 128
4892
Q2.
2. Which of the following numbers is exactly half-way between 70 000 and 80 000?
70 005
70 050
70 500
Q3.
3. Which of the following numbers is exactly half-way between 65 000 and 66 000?
60 500
65 050