Compare Value of Numbers up to 1000 Part 2

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Understanding How to Compare the Values of a List of Numbers

Comparing the values of numbers is like figuring out who is taller in a group of people. Let’s use a real-life example to understand this better:

Imagine a Race:

  • Think of a race where runners have numbers: 32, 45, 28, and 50.
  • To find out who’s leading, compare their numbers.

Steps to Compare:

  1. Start with the Largest Place Value: Look at the leftmost digit (hundreds, then tens, then ones). In our race, all numbers are in the tens and ones.
  2. Compare Tens Place First: The tens place tells you how many groups of ten each runner has. Like stacks of 10 books. Here, ‘5’ in 50 is the highest in the tens place.
  3. If Tens are Equal, Check Ones: If two runners have the same number in the tens place, then check the ones place. It’s like checking who has more single books after the stacks.
  4. Use Number Line Visualization: Imagine a number line from 0 to 100. Numbers further to the right are greater. So, 50 (runner 4) is further right than 45 (runner 2).
  5. Ordering the Numbers: Arrange them from smallest to largest or vice versa. In our race, from smallest to largest would be 28, 32, 45, 50.

Real-Life Application:

  • When shopping, compare prices. Lower numbers mean less expensive items.
  • In a game, higher scores (bigger numbers) are better than lower scores.

Remember: Always start comparing from the largest place value and move to the smaller one. This way, you can easily find out which numbers are larger or smaller in a list!

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