# Worksheets on Comparison of Numbers

In worksheets on comparison of numbers students can practice the questions for fourth grade to compare numbers. This worksheet contains questions on numbers like to find the greatest number, arranging the numbers etc… .

Questions on Comparison of Numbers:

1. Write the symbol > or < as the case may be, in the blanks provided:

(i) 392                --------             400

(ii) 8119              --------           7989

(iii) 8114            --------            4118

(iv) 6162             --------           6263

(v) 48155            --------           52440

(vi) 55247            --------          56103

(vii) 31509           --------           31507

(viii) 139141         --------           138142

(ix) 129556           --------           99342

(x) 155785           --------           155786

2. Fill in the correct symbol >, < or =

3. Find the greatest number:

(i) 315;                    426;              122;              99;           295

(ii) 3448;              18422;           3500;           2868;           10000

(iii) 46000;           47000;           45200;        84100;           40000

4. Arrange the given numbers in descending order:

(i) 9625;                    1684;              6247;           3774;              5100

(ii) 9076;                 44620;           12685;           22586;           31332

(iii) 433400;           162622;           44333;           71208;           63359

5. Arrange in descending order:

(i) 1006, 1405, 6090, 1387                 ___________________________

(ii) 3675, 3214, 7645, 7644                ___________________________

(iii) 4260, 4783, 4755, 4200                ___________________________

6. Arrange the given numbers in ascending order:

(i) 842;                    248;               824;           284;              482

(ii) 3747;                1675;             6917;           9618;            7612

(iii) 81703;           61266;           27003;           89248;           23456

7. Arrange in ascending order:

(i) 5239, 2345, 1768, 5466                ___________________________

(ii) 1854, 9854, 7854, 2006               ___________________________

(iii) 2453, 3487, 2378, 3421               ___________________________

8. Compare the numbers and find the greater one:

(i) 8080; 8008

(ii) 3517; 5317

(iii) 67821; 67823

(iv) 56123; 66123

9. The greatest number among the given numbers is

A. 50,60,731;          B. 5,06,731;          C. 5,06,07,310

10. The smallest number among the given numbers is

A. 65,77,79,321;          B. 65,76,79,321;          C. 63,78,79,321

11. I want to buy a house with least price. Which one should I buy?

A. $14,56,34,800; B.$14,90,35,000;          C. \$14,75,06,000

12. Given below is the population of 3 states. The least populous state is:

A. New York - 50,60,731;  B. - Virginia 5,06,731; C. Florida - 5,06,07,310

13. Given below is the distance of 3 states from Georgia. The closest state is

 A. State X - 19,82,34,500 m B. State Y - 17,65,28,500 m; C. State Z - 18,77,14,500 m.

14. Which one is greater?

(i) 997 or 6798

(ii) 1232 or 929

(iii) 1883 or 615

(iv) 375 or 1208

(v) 405 or 3124

(vi) 280 or 2800

14. (i) 6798

(ii) 1232

(iii) 1883

(iv) 1208

(v) 3124

(vi) 2800

15. Which one is smaller?

(i) 2320 or 2032

(ii) 6753 or 926

(iii) 753 or 2149

(iv) 1122 or 615

(v) 2887 or 2403

(vi) 114 or 290

15. (i) 2032

(ii) 926

(iii) 753

(iv) 615

(v) 2403

(vi) 114

5. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on Comparison of Numbers:

Select the right option.

(i) Which one is the smallest, 203 or 2003 or 45 or 78092?

(a) 203

(b) 2003

(c) 45

(4) 78092

(ii) Which one is the greatest, 456 or 472 or 405 or 412?

(a) 456

(b) 472

(c) 405

(d) 412

5. (i) (c) 45

(ii) (b) 472

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