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Two Numbers: Greater Than or Less Than?

In this worksheet, students must place either the < symbol or the > symbol between two given numbers to make the statement correct.

'Two Numbers: Greater Than or Less Than?' 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 choose which symbol to put between two given numbers to make the statement correct.  

 

The choice is between < which means "less than" or > which means "greater than".

 

Example

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

743
 
542

 

Answer

743   >   542

Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 700 is greater than 500.

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

936
 
633
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

377
 
496
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

108
 
648
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

890
 
408
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

280
 
967
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

333
 
914
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

402
 
204
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

232
 
323
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

938
 
893
>

<

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

994
 
949
>

<

  • Question 1

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

936
 
633
CORRECT ANSWER
>
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 900 is greater than 600.
  • Question 2

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

377
 
496
CORRECT ANSWER
<
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 300 is less than 400.
  • Question 3

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

108
 
648
CORRECT ANSWER
<
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 100 is less than 600.
  • Question 4

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

890
 
408
CORRECT ANSWER
>
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 800 is greater than 400.
  • Question 5

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

280
 
967
CORRECT ANSWER
<
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 200 is less than 900.
  • Question 6

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

333
 
914
CORRECT ANSWER
<
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 300 is less than 900.
  • Question 7

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

402
 
204
CORRECT ANSWER
>
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 400 is greater than 200.
  • Question 8

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

232
 
323
CORRECT ANSWER
<
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 200 is greater than 300.
  • Question 9

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

938
 
893
CORRECT ANSWER
>
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the hundreds place. 900 is greater than 800.
  • Question 10

Put the right symbol > or < between the two numbers.

 

994
 
949
CORRECT ANSWER
>
EDDIE SAYS
Compare the numbers in the tens place. 90 is greater than 40.
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