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## Sort the numbers, Read This

Sort the numbers, Read This

1. Understand place value

Whenever you count, you usually start with a number

1. For example 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ..., and so on. If

Note that the larger numbers are

of nine is a combination of numbers

1 to 9.

For example:

Ten is written as 10, meaning 1 tens + 0 units.

Eleven is written 11, meaning 1 tens + 1 units.

Twenty-five is written as 25, which means 2 tens + 5 units.

At 25, the 2 has the value twenty and the number

5 has a value of five.

The number symbol 4,673 consists of four digits, namely:

The 4 in the thousands place is 4000.

The 6 in the hundreds place is 600.

The 7 in the tens place is 70.

The 3 in the ones place, the value is 3.

2. Comparing Numbers

You certainly still remember the symbol below:

= equal sign

< is smaller than symbol

> the greater than symbol

Let's pay attention to the following example.

1. 5 < 8 4. 105 > 101

2. 15 < 17 5. 15 < 20 < 45

3. 25 > 20 6. 100 > 80 > 50

Which is greater between the numbers 897,654 and

897675?

To answer it, you simply compare the values of

both numbers from the front.