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Compare Two Numbers (3)

In this worksheet, students compare two numbers and decide which is larger or smaller.

'Compare Two Numbers (3)' 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 compare two numbers and select the smaller or larger of the two.

 

Example 1

Which number is bigger, 475 or 511?

Correct answer is 511

Compare the hundreds digits.  The one with the bigger hundreds digit is the larger number.

 

Example 2

Which number is smaller, 346 or 398?

Correct answer is 346

If the hundreds digits are the same, move to the tens digits and compare them.  The one with the smaller tens digit will be smaller.

Which number is smaller, 437 or 530?

437

530

Which number is larger, 932 or 892?

932

892

Which number is larger, 669 or 805?

669

805

Which number is less, 246 or 545?

246

545

Which number is more, 289 or 280?

289

280

Which number is bigger, 354 or 877?

354

877

Which number is smaller, 212 or 237?

212

237

Which number is larger, 662 or 635?

662

635

Which number is less, 649 or 455?

649

455

Which number is less, 217 or 106?

217

106

  • Question 1

Which number is smaller, 437 or 530?

CORRECT ANSWER
437
  • Question 2

Which number is larger, 932 or 892?

CORRECT ANSWER
932
  • Question 3

Which number is larger, 669 or 805?

CORRECT ANSWER
805
  • Question 4

Which number is less, 246 or 545?

CORRECT ANSWER
246
  • Question 5

Which number is more, 289 or 280?

CORRECT ANSWER
289
  • Question 6

Which number is bigger, 354 or 877?

CORRECT ANSWER
877
  • Question 7

Which number is smaller, 212 or 237?

CORRECT ANSWER
212
  • Question 8

Which number is larger, 662 or 635?

CORRECT ANSWER
662
  • Question 9

Which number is less, 649 or 455?

CORRECT ANSWER
455
  • Question 10

Which number is less, 217 or 106?

CORRECT ANSWER
106
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