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Know Your Numbers: Which is Bigger?

In this worksheet, students decide which of two numbers given in different formats is bigger.

'Know Your Numbers: Which is Bigger?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:  Know Numbers to 1 000 000

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Remember that:

 

5 hundreds = 5 x 100 = 500

52 tens = 52 x 10 = 520

34 hundreds = 34 x 100 = 3400

345 tens = 345 x 10 = 3450

 

You will need to use this technique to decide which of two given numbers is the bigger in this worksheet.

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  5 hundreds

B.  45 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  7 hundreds

B.  85 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  9 hundreds

B.  90 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  9 thousands

B.  920 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  6 thousands

B.  57 hundreds

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  60 thousands

B.  60 hundreds

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  60 thousands

B.  6100 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  30 thousands

B.  3000 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  310 thousands

B.  3100 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  37 hundreds

B.  370 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

  • Question 1

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  5 hundreds

B.  45 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
A
  • Question 2

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  7 hundreds

B.  85 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
B
  • Question 3

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  9 hundreds

B.  90 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
both the same
  • Question 4

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  9 thousands

B.  920 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
B
  • Question 5

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  6 thousands

B.  57 hundreds

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
A
  • Question 6

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  60 thousands

B.  60 hundreds

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
A
  • Question 7

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  60 thousands

B.  6100 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
B
  • Question 8

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  30 thousands

B.  3000 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
both the same
  • Question 9

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  310 thousands

B.  3100 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
A
  • Question 10

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

 

A.  37 hundreds

B.  370 tens

 

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

CORRECT ANSWER
both the same
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