# Large Numbers: Order Numbers

In this worksheet, students place numbers up to 10 000 000 in ascending order.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Place Value

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you have to place large numbers in ascending (increasing) order of size.

Numbers will be no larger than 10 million (10 000 000).

In this worksheet, we will group digits in threes, leaving spaces between each group.

4 578 025 is the number 4 million, 578 thousand, and 25.

When you compare two numbers, think of placing each digit into the usual columns.

Then start comparing the digits in each column from the left.

If the digits match in the column you are comparing, you must move one column to the right and compare those digits.

Example 1

Place in ascending order:

4 146 302, 4 145 984 and 5 110 243

When placed in columns, we can compare the millions columns.

The number with 5 million is the largest, so this will go last.

Compare the two numbers beginning with 4 million.

The smaller of the two is 4 145 984. (The first three digits match, so compare the thousands column.)

1 (smallest)   4 145 984

2                     4 146 302

3 (largest)      5 110 243

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 145 205
2
3 514 045
3 (largest)
3 421 405

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 120 005
2
3 214 045
3 (largest)
3 210 405

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
4 410 602
2
5 014 040
3 (largest)
3 990 001

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
950 641
2
1 418 688
3 (largest)
9 019 053

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
8 105 205
2
8 121 405
3 (largest)
8 122 045

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 106 505
2
8 191 505
3 (largest)
9 102 505

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
10 000 000
2
9 999 999
3 (largest)
9 999 998

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 432 712
2
4 327 124
3
7 142 331
4 (largest)
1 234 217

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
1 234 217
2
1 442 331
3
1 347 124
4 (largest)
1 332 712

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
1 234 412
2
1 234 442
3
1 234 424
4 (largest)
1 234 214
• Question 1

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 145 205
2
3 421 405
3 (largest)
3 514 045
EDDIE SAYS
All are 3 million, so compare the digits in the 100 thousands column.
• Question 2

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 120 005
2
3 210 405
3 (largest)
3 214 045
EDDIE SAYS
All are 3 million, so compare the digits in the 100 thousands column, and then the 10 thousands column.
• Question 3

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 990 001
2
4 410 602
3 (largest)
5 014 040
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the digits in the millions column.
• Question 4

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
950 641
2
1 418 688
3 (largest)
9 019 053
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the digits in the millions column. 950 641 has 0 millions.
• Question 5

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
8 105 205
2
8 121 405
3 (largest)
8 122 045
EDDIE SAYS
All are 8 million and 100 thousand, so compare the digits in the 10 thousands column and then the thousands column.
• Question 6

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
3 106 505
2
8 191 505
3 (largest)
9 102 505
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the millions column.
• Question 7

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
9 999 998
2
9 999 999
3 (largest)
10 000 000
EDDIE SAYS
These go up by 1 each time.
• Question 8

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
1 234 217
2
3 432 712
3
4 327 124
4 (largest)
7 142 331
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the millions.
• Question 9

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
1 234 217
2
1 332 712
3
1 347 124
4 (largest)
1 442 331
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the 100 thousands, and then the 10 thousands.
• Question 10

Place the following numbers in ascending order.

(Drag the numbers in Column B to their correct positions in Column A.)

## Column B

1 (smallest)
1 234 214
2
1 234 412
3
1 234 424
4 (largest)
1 234 442
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the hundreds column, and then the tens column.
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