# Chapter 1 Jeopardy Value of the Underline Digit >, <, or =Ordering Numbers RoundingVocabulary 10 20 30 40 50.

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Chapter 1 Jeopardy Value of the Underline Digit >, <, or =Ordering Numbers RoundingVocabulary 10 20 30 40 50

What is the value of the underlined digit in 23,437?

What is the value of the underlined digit in 342,749?

What is the value of the underlined digit in 2,646,021?

What is the value of the underlined digit in 13,475,031?

What is the value of the underlined digit in 2,473,049,020?

Compare the numbers and insert the proper symbol of, or =. 6,213 ___ 6,231

Compare the numbers and insert the proper symbol of, or =. 17,401 ____ 71,401

Compare the numbers and insert the proper symbol of, or =. 10,000,000 ___ 10,000

Compare the numbers and insert the proper symbol of, or =. 24,301 ___ 42,301

Compare the numbers and insert the proper symbol of, or =. 2,778,942 ___ 2,787,942

Order the numbers from least to greatest. 2,416 ; 2,146 ; 2,617

Order the numbers from greatest to least. 305,718 ; 305,781 ; 305,788

Order the numbers from greatest to least. 13,242 ; 12,242 ; 13,144

Order the numbers from least to greatest. 725 ; 527 ; 521

Order the numbers from least to greatest. 31,672,582 ; 31,672,852 ; 31,672,558

Round to the underlined place. 3,541

Round to the underlined digit. 137,250,010

Round to the underlined digit. 162,571

Round to the underlined digit. 197,350,030

Round to the underlined digit. 2,977,629

The numbers to the left of the decimal point are _________ numbers. e.g. 123.04

The ___________ of a fraction represents the number of equal parts in a whole.

The numbers to the right of the decimal point are __________ of a whole.

0.60 = 60/100 and 0.6 = 6/10. These decimals are ________ to one another.

When writing the ___________ of an underlined digit you must give the first and last names. e.g. 3,252,381 = one millions

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