# Place Value.

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5th Grade. Objectives Know Know how to compare numbers up to hundred thousand Be Be able to put a group of numbers in order from greatest to least or.

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Place Value

Vocabulary Greater than (>) – a symbol used to show numbers greater than another Less than (<) – a symbol used to show numbers less than another Equals (=) a symbol used to show numbers having the same value

How to compare numbers 1 2 3 Line up the numbers Compare at highest
place value If numbers are the same go to next digit to the right 12,391 8,971 13,762 12,391 8,971 13,762 12,391 8,971 13,762

Remember! The hungry alligator always eats the largest number.

Write < > or = 53,931 < 54,931

Write < > or = 53,931 > 4,931

Write < > or = > 183,359 94,931

Write < > or = < 89,359 194,931

Write < > or = > 1,077,000 107,900

Write < > or = = 984,789 984,789

Write < > or = < 112,349 112,449

Write < > or = < 50,000 Five thousand

Write < > or = > 306 3 hundreds 6 tens

Write < > or = < 1, 1,730

If you know how to compare numbers, you know how to put them in order
Put these numbers in order from greatest to least 1, ,271 2 4 3 1

Put these numbers in order from greatest to least
35, , 2 1 3 4

Put these numbers in order from least to greatest
145, , 4 3 2 1

Put these numbers in order from least to greatest
5, , , 3 2 4 1

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