Lesson Worksheet: Ordering Five-Digit Numbers Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice ordering whole numbers within 100,000 by considering the place value of each digit.

Q1:

Arrange the numbers on the cards in descending order.

  • A54,168,69,424,50,602,47,422,37,670
  • B69,424,47,422,54,168,50,602,37,670
  • C69,424,54,168,50,602,47,422,37,670
  • D37,670,47,422,50,602,54,168,69,424

Q2:

Arrange the numbers on the cards in ascending order.

  • A21‎ ‎645, 46‎ ‎652, 50‎ ‎380, 98‎ ‎562, 60‎ ‎376
  • B98‎ ‎562, 60‎ ‎376, 50‎ ‎380, 46‎ ‎652, 21‎ ‎645
  • C21‎ ‎645, 46‎ ‎652, 60‎ ‎376, 50‎ ‎380, 98‎ ‎562
  • D21‎ ‎645, 46‎ ‎652, 50‎ ‎380, 60‎ ‎376, 98‎ ‎562

Q3:

Order the numbers 13,447, 17,452, 13,458, 17,467, 14,450, and 12,189 from least to greatest.

Hint: Think about where the numbers belong on a number line.

  • A17,452, 17,467, 14,450, 13,458, 13,447, 12,189
  • B12,189, 13,458, 13,447, 14,450, 17,452, 17,467
  • C12,189, 13,447, 13,458, 14,450, 17,467, 17,452
  • D12,189, 13,447, 13,458, 14,450, 17,452, 17,467
  • E17,467, 17,452, 14,450, 13,458, 13,447, 12,189

Q4:

A school set a goal of collecting 13,500 bottles each month. The table shows how many bottles they collected in 3 months.

JanuaryFebruaryMarch
13,24413,35513,000

Order the numbers in the table from greatest to least.

  • A13,000,13,355,13,244
  • B13,355,13,244,13,000
  • C13,355,13,000,13,244
  • D13,000,13,244,13,355

Q5:

Arrange the numbers on the cards from greatest to least.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Q6:

Here are the heights of some mountains in inches.

Order the heights from greatest to least.

  • A39,000, 34,560, 66,600, 66,660, 91,200
  • B91,200, 66,600, 66,660, 39,000, 34,560
  • C91,200, 66,660, 66,600, 39,000, 34,560
  • D34,560, 39,000, 66,600, 66,660, 91,200
  • E91,200, 66,660, 66,600, 34,560, 39,000

Q7:

Here are the heights of some towers in centimeters.

Order the heights from least to greatest.

  • A24,100, 21,300, 44,200, 50,800, 82,800
  • B21,300, 24,100, 44,200, 82,800, 50,800
  • C82,800, 50,800, 44,200, 21,300, 24,100
  • D82,800, 50,800, 44,200, 24,100, 21,300
  • E21,300, 24,100, 44,200, 50,800, 82,800

Q8:

What is the smallest number which can be formed by rearranging the digits of 95,185?

Q9:

What is the smallest number which can be formed by the digits 5,8,1,8,2?

Q10:

What is the biggest number that can be made from the digits of the number 34,643?

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