Worksheet: Ordering Two-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice ordering numbers up to 100 by comparing the number of tens and ones.

Q1:

Write the following numbers in descending order: 25,43,27,75.

  • A25,27,43,75
  • B75,43,27,25
  • C75,27,43,25
  • D25,43,27,75

Q2:

Which is the smallest number from 39, 20, 27, 45?

Q3:

Arrange the expressions on the cards in ascending order.

  • A7773, 117117, (2×7)×3, 4×6
  • B117117, 7773, 4×6, (2×7)×3
  • C117117, 7773, (2×7)×3, 4×6
  • D7773, 117117, 4×6, (2×7)×3

Q4:

Write the following numbers in ascending order: 82,35,64,17.

  • A82,35,64,17
  • B17,35,64,82
  • C17,64,35,82
  • D82,64,35,17

Q5:

Put these numbers in order from least to greatest.

Which number comes second?

Q6:

Write the following numbers in descending order: 95,45,82,14.

  • A14,45,82,95
  • B95,82,45,14
  • C95,45,82,14
  • D14,82,45,95

Q7:

Look at these numbers.

Which is the greatest number?

Which is the smallest number?

Q8:

Find the smallest two-digit number where the difference between the digits is 2.

Q9:

Write the following numbers from least to greatest: 5 tens, 26 ones, 7 tens, 91 ones.

  • A91 ones, 26 ones, 7 tens, 5 tens
  • B26 ones, 5 tens, 7 tens, 91 ones
  • C91 ones, 7 tens, 5 tens, 26 ones
  • D5 tens, 7 tens, 26 ones, 91 ones

Q10:

Write the following numbers from greatest to least: 8 tens, 88 ones, 6 tens, 72 ones.

  • A6 tens, 72 ones, 8 tens, 88 ones
  • B6 tens, 8 tens, 72 ones, 88 ones
  • C88 ones, 8 tens, 72 ones, 6 tens
  • D88 ones, 72 ones, 8 tens, 6 tens

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