# Worksheet: Comparing and Ordering Numbers up to 1,000,000,000

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing and ordering numbers up to one billion by comparing place values and using number lines.

Q1:

Is nine hundred twenty million, twenty-eight thousand, six hundred sixteen, or 920,028,661?

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Q2:

Fill in the blank using <, or >: 19 million and billion and 217.

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Q3:

Is ?

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Q4:

Is , or two billion?

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Q5:

Is 4 billion, 653 million and 160 thousand, or ?

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Q6:

Is eight hundred sixty-eight million, three hundred fifty-nine thousand, seven hundred forty-five, or 868,359,475?

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Q7:

Is , or five billion?

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Q8:

Fill in the blank using <, or >: 12 million and billion and 216.

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Q9:

Is ?

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Q10:

Is ?

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Q11:

Is ?

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Q12:

Is 7 billion, 677 million and 539 thousand, or ?

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Q13:

Is 7 billion, 958 million and 625 thousand, or ?

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Q14:

Fill in the blank using , , or :

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Q15:

Fill in the blank using , ,or : 123 million and 159123 million and 951.

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Q16:

Fill in the blank using , , or :

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Q17:

Fill in the blank using , , or :Nine hundred twenty million, twenty-nine thousand, two hundred nineteen ‏‏ Nine hundred twenty million, ninety-two thousand, two hundred nineteen.

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Q18:

Fill in the blank using , , or : .

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Q19:

Order the following numbers from greatest to least.

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Q20:

Which of the following is greater than 215 million?

• A315 million
• B198 million
• C214 million
• D115 million

Q21:

Fill in the blank using , , or : 236,845,120236 million.

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Q22:

Order the following numbers from least to greatest.

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