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# Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers. Objective. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to compare whole numbers and order whole numbers through the millions. Standard 4NS1.1 - Read and write whole numbers in the millions.

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### Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers

• By the end of this lesson, you will be able to compare whole numbers and order whole numbers through the millions.

• Standard 4NS1.1 - Read and write whole numbers in the millions.

• Standard 4NS1.2 - Order and compare whole numbers and decimals to two decimal places.

• Using the playing cards, you and a partner are going to play a game.

• Each player must draw 5 cards from the pile one at a time.

• Place each card face up so that it makes a 5-digit number.

• Compare your numbers. The person with the greatest 5-digit number wins.

• Example: Natalie picked a 4, 7, 1, 3, and 5. Soumya picked 2, 6, 8, 1, and 3. Who has the greatest 5-digit number? Write your answer as a comparison.

• Emma; 47,135 > 26,813

• Try to play 5 rounds.

• A first year police officer earns \$41,793 in one year.

• A first year firefighter earns \$41,294 in one year. Which job pays more for the first year.

• Is greater than - means that a number is bigger than another number. It looks like this: >

• Is less than – means that a number is smaller than another number. It looks like this: <

• Is equal to – means that the numbers are the same amount. It looks like this: =

• Number Line

• Mrs. Verughese

• Compare. Use >, <, or =.

• 1,798 1,789

• 25,409 26,409

• 655,543 556,543

• 10,027,301 10,207,301

• On the index card at your table, please write down a 5-digit on the card.

• Please do not use a number twice.

• Walk around the room and compare your number with other students.

• I am looking for students saying, “My number is greater than (or less than or equal to) yours.”

Greatest to least:

3,456; 4,356; 3,465; 6,543

87,035; 80,562; 78,035

145,099; 154,032; 145,004

• Order the numbers from greatest to least.

• Make sure to look at each place value.

• Line them up like Mrs. Varughese did and then order.

• Page 34 - #’s 7-12

• Get them all correct – 2 Chance Tickets