Example on Comparison of Numbers

In the example on comparison of numbers students will learn how to compare numbers to find the greater one.

1. Compare the following numbers and find the greater one.

(i) 57340 and 43125

(ii) 56148 and 53617

(iii) 7124 and 5897


(i) 57340 and 43125

since, 5 > 4, so 57340 > 43125

(ii) 56148 and 53617

since, 5 = 5 and 6 > 3, so 56148 > 53617

(iii) 7124 and 5897

since, 7 > 5, so 7124 > 5897

2. Arrange the numbers given below in; 

(i) ascending order and 

(ii) descending order.

35834, 24392, 24508, 88900


35834, 24392, 24508, 88900

24392 < 24508 < 35834 < 88900

(i) 24392, 24508, 35834, 88900 are in ascending order 

(ii) 88900, 35834, 24508, 24392 are in descending order

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