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High to Low: What is the Order?

In this worksheet, students rearrange numbers in decreasing order of size.

'High to Low: What is the Order?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Solve Number Problems to 1 000 000

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn how to put integers in decreasing order of size.

For example 

Question -

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order, starting with the largest.

48,  56, 14, -35, 2

Answer -

56, 48, 14, 2, -35

 

Arrange the following integers in order, putting the largest first. 

-47,  37, 16, -26, -5

Arrange the following integers in order, starting with the largest.

-17,  -41, -29, -35, -23

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-22, -49, -40, -13, -31

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

19, -15, -49, 2, -32

Arrange the following integers in order, starting with the largest.

-14, -46, -30, 18, 2

Arrange the following integers in order, starting with the largest.

-41, -44, -35, -47, -38

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-2, -41, 11, -28, -15

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-53, 3, 5, 53, -1

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

67, -13, 22, -11, 4

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-48, 17, 59, -4, 4

  • Question 1

Arrange the following integers in order, putting the largest first. 

-47,  37, 16, -26, -5

CORRECT ANSWER
37, 16, -5, -26, -47
37 16 -5 -26 -47
37, 16, - 5, - 26, - 47
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 37, 16, -5, -26 and -47.
  • Question 2

Arrange the following integers in order, starting with the largest.

-17,  -41, -29, -35, -23

CORRECT ANSWER
-17, -23, -29, -35, -41
- 17, - 23, - 29, - 35, - 41
-17 -23 -29 -25 -41
EDDIE SAYS
-17 is the largest number here. Largest to smallest: -17, -23, -29, -35 and -41.
  • Question 3

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-22, -49, -40, -13, -31

CORRECT ANSWER
-13, -22, -31, -40, -49
- 13, - 22, - 31, -40, -49
-13 -22 - 31 - 40 -49
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: -13, -22, -31, -40 and -49.
  • Question 4

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

19, -15, -49, 2, -32

CORRECT ANSWER
19, 2, -15, -32, -49
19 2 -15 -32 -49
19, 2, - 15, - 32, -49
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 19, 2, -15, -32 and -49.
  • Question 5

Arrange the following integers in order, starting with the largest.

-14, -46, -30, 18, 2

CORRECT ANSWER
18 2 -14 -30 -46
18, 2, -14, -30 -46
18, 2, - 14, - 30, - 46
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 18, 2, -14, -30 and -46.
  • Question 6

Arrange the following integers in order, starting with the largest.

-41, -44, -35, -47, -38

CORRECT ANSWER
-35, -38, -41, -44, -47
-35 -38 -41 -44 -47
- 35, - 38, - 41, - 44, - 47
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: -35, -38, -41, -44 and -47.
  • Question 7

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-2, -41, 11, -28, -15

CORRECT ANSWER
11 -2 -15 -28 -41
11. -2, -15, -28, -41
11, - 2, - 15, - 28, - 41
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 11, -2, -15, -28 and -41.
  • Question 8

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-53, 3, 5, 53, -1

CORRECT ANSWER
53 5 3 -1 -53
53, 5, 3, -1, -53
53, 5, 3, - 1, - 53
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 53, 5, 3, -1 and -53.
  • Question 9

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

67, -13, 22, -11, 4

CORRECT ANSWER
67 22 4 -11 -13
67, 22, 4, -11, -13
67, 22, 4, - 11, - 13
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 67, 22, 4, -11 and -13.
  • Question 10

Arrange the following integers in decreasing order.

-48, 17, 59, -4, 4

CORRECT ANSWER
59, 17, 4, -4, -48
59 17 4 -4 48
59, 17, 4, - 4, - 48
EDDIE SAYS
Largest to smallest: 59, 17, 4, -4 and -48.
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