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Math Ordinal Positions Grade 2 SOL 2.3 Created by; Kim Smith
What do we mean by ORDINAL numbers? A.Numbers B.The alphabet C.Numbers in words D.Numbers in a book
When we say ORDINAL positions, what do we mean? A.Letters in order B.Word numbers in an ordered set C.Numbers in an ordered set D.None of the above
Which ordinal number comes AFTER second? A.Fifth B.Tenth C.Third D.First
Which ORDINAL number comes before tenth? A.First B.Fifth C.Ninth D.Third
Which ORDINAL number is after fifth? A.Second B.Fourth C.Sixth D.Tenth
Which ORDINAL number is after nineteenth? A.Sixteenth B.Fourteenth C.Twentieth D.First
Which ORDINAL number is the smallest? A.Fifth B.Ninth C.Seventeenth D.Second
Which ORDINAL number come between fourteenth and sixteenth? A.Thirteenth B.Tenth C.Fifteenth D.Twentieth
Which ORDINAL number comes between second and fifth? A.First B.Seventh C.Tenth D.Third
Which ORDINAL numbers come between fifth and eight? A.Fourth and fifth B.Eighth and ninth C.Sixth and seventh D.Tenth and sixth
What new word did we learn in this lesson? A.Number order B.Ordinary C.Ordinal D.Sequence
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