Which is the biggest number from nine, zero, seven, four, three?
Why don’t we use a number line to solve this question? We start by drawing a line. Then, we’ll label our number line starting with zero: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. Now, we’ll place each of the numbers from our list on the number line.
The first number is nine. We put a dot at the nine. The second number is zero and we add a dot on the zero. Our third number is the seven. We place a dot on the seven. Next up is the number four. We put a dot at the four and lastly the number three. So we put a dot on the number three.
Our biggest number will be the number that’s farthest away from zero. That means we need to look and see which value is all the way on the right of our number line. The nine is the furthest value from zero on the right side.
This means out of the numbers given, nine is the biggest number.