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Arrange 3-Digit Numbers: Ascending Order

In this worksheet, students must arrange 3-digit numbers in ascending order.

'Arrange 3-Digit Numbers: Ascending Order' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Order/Compare Numbers to 1000

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet you have to put numbers in order, starting with the smallest first and ending with the largest at the end.

This is called ascending order.

 

Example

Put the numbers in ascending order.

469 541 931 518

 

Answer

Look at the hundreds place first.

469 is the smallest because it has the smallest hundreds digit.

 

Next we compare 541 and 518.  

They both have a 5 in the hundreds place, so we look at the tens place and see that 518 is smaller than 541.

 

931 is the largest because 931 has the largest hundreds digit.

 

In ascending order the numbers go:

1. 2. 3. 4.
469 518 541 931

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

(Use the 1, 2, 3, 4 buttons.)

 

529 191 253 166
 1234
529
191
253
166

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

787 674 506 107
 1234
787
674
506
107

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

464 886 713 508
 1234
464
886
713
508

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

722 563 269 575
 1234
722
563
269
575

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

976 769 516 190
 1234
976
760
516
190

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

419 183 722 351
 1234
419
183
722
351

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

452 713 210 355
 1234
452
713
210
355

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

714 888 935 255
 1234
714
888
935
255

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

527 374 479 153
 1234
527
374
479
153

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

330 875 803 173
 1234
330
875
803
173
  • Question 1

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

(Use the 1, 2, 3, 4 buttons.)

 

529 191 253 166
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
529
191
253
166
EDDIE SAYS
With 166 and 191, compare the tens place digits, where 6 is smaller than 9.
  • Question 2

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

787 674 506 107
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
787
674
506
107
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 1, 5, 6 and 7.
  • Question 3

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

464 886 713 508
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
464
886
713
508
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 4, 5, 7 and 8.
  • Question 4

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

722 563 269 575
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
722
563
269
575
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, where 269 is the smallest number.
With 563 and 575, look at the tens place digits, where 6 is smaller than 7.
  • Question 5

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

976 769 516 190
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
976
760
516
190
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 1, 5, 7 and 9.
  • Question 6

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

419 183 722 351
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
419
183
722
351
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 1, 3, 4 and 7.
  • Question 7

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

452 713 210 355
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
452
713
210
355
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 2, 3, 4 and 7.
  • Question 8

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

714 888 935 255
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
714
888
935
255
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 2, 7, 8 and 9.
  • Question 9

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 

527 374 479 153
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
527
374
479
153
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, which go up 1, 3, 4 and 5.
  • Question 10

Put the numbers in order, smallest first.

 

330 875 803 173
CORRECT ANSWER
 1234
330
875
803
173
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds place digits, where 173 is smaller than 330.
With 875 and 803, look at the tens place digits, where 0 is smaller than 7.
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