Worksheet on Ordering Five Digit Numbers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on ordering five digit numbers. The questions are based on finding the smallest and the largest number, arranging the 5-digit numbers in ascending and in descending order and comparing the 5-digit numbers using symbols.


1. Circle the smallest number:

(i) 19256, 15546, 17256

(ii) 85116, 78456, 79458

(iii) 78469, 79579, 71246

(iv) 45126, 79845, 94623

(v) 15468, 17896, 78946

2. Underline the smallest number:

(i) 7894, 1254, 4589

(ii) 9521, 8654, 1002

(iii) 4001, 5001, 9001

(iv) 4456, 8856, 2246

(v) 3546, 1578, 9645


3. Arrange the following in ascending order:

(i) 12589, 14789, 12456, 19215

(ii) 65123, 45798, 78956, 94568

(iii) 43256, 53124, 83569, 45789

(iv) 25689, 14568, 20014, 24530

(v) 14578, 45789, 98456, 12546


4. Arrange the following in descending order:

(i) 12459, 45784, 56478, 12458

(ii) 45789, 56954, 98564, 70035

(iii) 78945, 65012, 35468, 24577

(iv) 47836, 22445, 23456, 44556

(v) 10245, 10013, 10236, 11235


5. Fill in the blanks using >, < or = sign.

(i) 6500 + 45 _____ 6546

(ii) 10000 _____ 99999

(iii) 60901 _____ 70019

(iv) 50000 _____ 59999

(v) 70000 + 50 + 9 _____ 9000 + 900 + 50 + 5

(vi) 89457 _____ one thousand less than 90457

(vii) Seven thousand more than 54201 _____ 98453

(viii) Ten thousand less than 65324 _____ 55324

(ix) 90000 + 9000 + 900 + 90 + 9 _____ 99999

(x) 88888 _____ 70099

Answers for the worksheet on ordering five digit numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on ordering numbers.


Answers:


1. (i) 15546

(ii) 78456

(iii) 71246

(iv) 45126

(v) 15468


2. (i) 1254

(ii) 1002

(iii) 4001

(iv) 2246

(v) 1578


3. (i) 12456, 12589, 14789,  19215

(ii) 45798, 65123, 78956, 94568

(iii) 43256, 45789, 53124, 83569

(iv) 14568, 20014, 24530, 25689

(v) 12546, 14578, 45789, 98456


4. (i) 56478, 45784, 12459, 12458

(ii) 98564, 70035, 56954, 45789

(iii) 78945, 65012, 35468, 24577

(iv) 47836, 44556, 23456, 22445

(v) 10245, 10236, 11235, 10013


5. (i) <

(ii) >

(iii) <

(iv) <

(v) <

(vi) =

(vii) <

(viii) =

(ix) =

(x) >






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