 # Ordering Whole Numbers Lesson 1-2. Ordering Whole Numbers There are two ways to order whole numbers: 1._______________________________ 2._______________________________.

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Ordering Whole Numbers Lesson 1-2

Ordering Whole Numbers There are two ways to order whole numbers: 1._______________________________ 2._______________________________

Ordering Whole Numbers Using a Number Line 12300 12400 12500 12600 12700 12800 12900 13000 Order 12,525, 12302, and 12,907 from least to greatest

Ordering Whole Numbers Using a Number Line 12300 12400 12500 12600 12700 12800 12900 13000 Order 12,525, 12,302, and 12,907 from least to greatest by plotting the numbers on the number line. 12,302 is on the left, so it is the least. 12,525 is in the middle, so it is in between 12,302 and 12,907. 12,907 is on the right, so it is the greatest.

Ordering Whole Numbers Using Place Value Order 12,525, 12,302, and 12,907 from least to greatest using place value. Count how many digits the numbers have. All numbers have 5 digits, so line up digits on the right one under the other. 12,525 12,302 12,907

Ordering Whole Numbers Using Place Value 12,525 12,302 12,907 Compare the numbers beginning on the left. Stop at the hundreds place because the numbers are different.

Ordering Whole Numbers Using Place Value 12,525 12,302 12,907 3 is smaller than 5 and 9 so 12,302 is the least (smallest). 5 is between 3 and 9, so 12,525 is between 12,302 and 12,907. 9 is greater than 3 and 5, so it is the greatest (largest). Answer: 12,302, 12,525, 12,907

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