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Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers

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

Introduce

- 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.

Teach

- 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.

The Different Signs

- 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: =

Two Examples

- Number Line
- Mrs. Verughese

Chance Tickets

- Compare. Use >, <, or =.
- 1,798 1,789
- 25,409 26,409
- 655,543 556,543
- 10,027,301 10,207,301

Ordering Whole Numbers

- 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.”

Chance Tickets

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.

Assignment

- Page 34 - #’s 7-12
- Get them all correct – 2 Chance Tickets