Lesson Worksheet: Comparing and Ordering Numbers up to 1 000 000 000 Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing and ordering numbers with up to 9 digits.

Q1:

Is 24,086,906<, = or >41,117,784?

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Q2:

Is 6 million<, =, or >600 thousand?

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q3:

Which of the following could complete the inequality 61,499,455<<61,994,455?

  • A61,498,455
  • B62,094,455
  • C61,509,455
  • D61,399,455

Q4:

The following table shows the profit that three companies made in one year.

Company 1Company 2Company 3
£67 millionSixty-six and a half million pounds £66,790,000

Which company made the highest profit?

  • ACompany 1
  • BCompany 2
  • CCompany 3

Which company made the lowest profit?

  • ACompany 3
  • BCompany 2
  • CCompany 1

Q5:

What is the smallest 8-digit number?

Q6:

What is the smallest 7-digit number whose digits are all different?

Q7:

What is the smallest 7-digit number?

Q8:

What is the greatest 7-digit number?

Q9:

What is the greatest 7-digit number whose digits are all different?

Q10:

Fill in the blank using using =, >, or <: 4592,783,867million.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

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