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Pick a Number (3b)

In this worksheet, students write a number between two given numbers.

'Pick a Number (3b)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Place Value

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet you have to find numbers which lie between two given numbers.

 

Example

Write a number between:

385 and 425

 

Answer

Look at this number line.

Any number less than 385 is not allowed.

Any number between 385 and 400 will be fine.

Any number between 400 and 425 will be fine.

Any number greater than 425 is not allowed.

 

So there are lots of answers, such as:

386, 390, 399, 400, 415, 420, 424.

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

625 and 976

894

697

925

976

526

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

252 and 689

297

245

546

464

799

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

132 and 197

187

145

210

245

287

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

112 and 266

694

206

101

159

711

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

417 and 442

441

430

820

122

549

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

189 and 438

244

806

221

911

770

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

871 and 903

656

123

879

692

903

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

575 and 852

599

487

804

595

899

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

212 and 371

101

813

492

375

260

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

355 and 939

749

399

550

286

452

  • Question 1

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

625 and 976

CORRECT ANSWER
894
697
925
EDDIE SAYS
976 is not less than 976.
526 is too small.
  • Question 2

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

252 and 689

CORRECT ANSWER
297
546
464
EDDIE SAYS
245 is too small.
799 is too big.
  • Question 3

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

132 and 197

CORRECT ANSWER
187
145
EDDIE SAYS
The numbers in the 200s are too big.
  • Question 4

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

112 and 266

CORRECT ANSWER
206
159
EDDIE SAYS
101 is too small.
694 and 711 are too big.
  • Question 5

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

417 and 442

CORRECT ANSWER
441
430
EDDIE SAYS
The numbers in the 400s are fine.
  • Question 6

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

189 and 438

CORRECT ANSWER
244
221
EDDIE SAYS
770, 806 and 911 are too big.
  • Question 7

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

871 and 903

CORRECT ANSWER
879
EDDIE SAYS
903 is not less than 903.
The others are too small apart from 879.
  • Question 8

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

575 and 852

CORRECT ANSWER
599
804
595
EDDIE SAYS
487 is too small.
899 is too big.
  • Question 9

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

212 and 371

CORRECT ANSWER
260
EDDIE SAYS
101 is too small.
375, 492 and 813 are too big.
  • Question 10

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

355 and 939

CORRECT ANSWER
749
399
550
452
EDDIE SAYS
286 is too small.
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