Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 2, Lesson 7

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

Order 3996, 3696, 3669, 366, 3799 from greatest to least.
 a. 3799, 3696, 3669, 399, 366 b. 366, 3669, 3696, 3799, 3996 c. 3996, 3799, 3696, 3669, 366 d. 366, 3696, 3669, 3799, 3996

2.

Order 633, 6636, 636, 6637, 6639 from greatest to least.
 a. 6639, 6637, 6636, 636, 633 b. 6636, 6637, 636, 633, 6639 c. 633, 636, 6636, 6637, 6639 d. 6639, 6636, 6637, 636, 633

Matching

 a. I ordered the numbers from greatest to least with the 4-digit number first, then the 3-digit number, then the 2-digit number, and finally the 1-digit number. b. All the numbers have 3 digits. I ordered the numbers from greatest to least by looking at the digit in the hundreds place. c. I ordered the numbers from least to greatest. The last 2 numbers have 4 digits. I compared their hundreds digits to decide which number is greater. The first 2 numbers have 3 digits. I compared their tens digits to decide which number is greater. d. I looked at the digit in the thousands place and wrote the numbers from greatest to least. For the 2 numbers that have the same thousands digit, I looked at the digit in the hundreds place to decide which is the greatest.

3.

6006, 605, 62, 6

4.

901, 816, 312, 211

5.

9501, 2816, 2112, 1111

6.

321, 331, 3337, 3472

7.

2002, 202, 22,2

8.

989, 687, 798, 867

9.

312, 392, 3892, 3993

10.

7500, 7432, 6240, 5000