Worksheet: Comparing Five-Digit Numbers

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

Q1:

Is 73,270<, = or >53,576?

  • A >
  • B <
  • C =

Q2:

Is 5+2+1<,= or >521?

  • A <
  • B >
  • C =

Q3:

Is 600+90+2<, = or >600+20+9?

  • A <
  • B =
  • C >

Q4:

Is 4,204<, = or >4,204?

  • A =
  • B >
  • C <

Q5:

Complete the expression: 57,411<.

  • A 47,486
  • B 94,785
  • C 18,504
  • D 17,429

Q6:

Complete the following table with true and false.

Number Its hundreds digit is 9 Its tens digit is 9 The number is smaller than 900 The number is greater than 900
983
  • Atrue, false, false, true
  • Bfalse, true, true, false
  • Ctrue, false, true, false
  • Dfalse, true, false, false

Q7:

Is 0 units, 3 tens, 4 thousands <, =, or >4,030?

  • A >
  • B <
  • C =

Q8:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 44,51319,19325,320.

  • A =
  • B <
  • C >

Q9:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 77,68063,11011,132.

  • A >
  • B <
  • C =

Q10:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 48,79813,52648,79813,525.

  • A =
  • B >
  • C <

Q11:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 3,9981,2353,9981,135.

  • A <
  • B >
  • C =

Q12:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 9,3126999,312699.

  • A =
  • B >
  • C <

Q13:

Use <, > or = to fill in the gap: 42,99937,315six thousand.

  • A =
  • B >
  • C <

Q14:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 29,99423,89449,28143,181.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q15:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 7,9966,0505,8971,466.

  • A >
  • B <
  • C =

Q16:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 8,8797,4438,7797,343.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q17:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: (5,8004,200)(4,8004,200).

  • A >
  • B <
  • C =

Q18:

Use <, > or = to fill in the gap: (4,1833,000)1,183.

  • A <
  • B =
  • C >

Q19:

Find 76,723+4,4781,157.

Q20:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 13,411+51,31351,303+13,411.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q21:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 2+40,000+99840,010.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q22:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 11,072+26,92010,059+27,933.

  • A <
  • B >
  • C =

Q23:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 89,047+41,44441,448+89,047.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q24:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 21,114+26,03321,471+56,300.

  • A <
  • B =
  • C >

Q25:

David has used place value counters to show two numbers.

What is this number?

What is this number?

Which number is greater?

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