Worksheet: Comparing Two-Digit Numbers: Number Lines

In this worksheet, we will practice using number lines to compare numbers up to 100 and to find numbers that are greater than or less than a given number.

Q1:

Scarlett and Victoria are comparing numbers to the right and left of 61 on a number line.

Who is correct?

  • A
  • B

Q2:

Which numbers on the number line are less than 86?

  • A83, 84, 85, and 86
  • B83, 84, and 85
  • C87

Q3:

What is the greatest number on this number line?

Q4:

Look at the numbers on the number line.

Which numbers are greater than 89?

  • A86, 87, and 88
  • B82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, and 88
  • C90, 91, and 92

Which numbers are less than 89 and greater than 85?

  • A90, 91, and 92
  • B86, 87, and 88
  • C82, 83, and 84

Q5:

Complete the following statement: On the number line, the smaller numbers are to the .

  • Aright
  • Bleft

Q6:

Daniel says that 95 is greater than 59. However, Matthew says that 59 is greater than 95. Using the following number line, who is right?

  • ADaniel
  • BMatthew

Q7:

Consider the following number line.

Which of these numbers is greater than 10 and less than 20?

  • A25
  • B30
  • C5
  • D15

Q8:

Consider the following number line.

Is 90>95?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q9:

David is trying to compare numbers from 50 to 65. He draws the given number line and finds that 65 is to the right of 63. He concludes that 65 is greater than 63.

Using the same method, is 56>62?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q10:

Consider the following number line. Is 45>55?

  • AYes
  • BNo

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