Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
3.B1.2 compare and order whole numbers up to and including 1000, in various contexts.
You can compare numbers using a place value chart.
Compare 581 and 539.
>Â greater than
<Â less than
=Â equals
1. Write the numbers in the place value chart.
2. Start by comparing the digits in the hundreds place. If the digit is the same, compare the digit in the tens place, then the ones place if needed.
3. Choose the symbol (>, <, =) to complete the answer.
581 > 539
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1 of 201. Question
1. Which number is larger?
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2 of 202. Question
2. What is the missing symbol for the statement below?
Â Â Â 128Â Â ?Â Â 301
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3 of 203. Question
3. Drag the correct symbol to the statement it belongs to.

=

<

692 ? 692

589 ? 811
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4 of 204. Question
4. Which statement below is true?
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5 of 205. Question
5. What is the missing symbol for the statement below?
Â Â Â 915Â Â ?Â Â 831
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6 of 206. Question
6. Drag the correct symbol to the statement it belongs to.

<

>

600 ? 648

403 ? 329
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7 of 207. Question
7. Which number is smaller?
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8 of 208. Question
8. What is the missing symbol for the statement below?
Â Â Â 954Â Â ?Â Â 987
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9 of 209. Question
9. Which statement below is true?
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10 of 2010. Question
10. Drag the correct symbol to the statement it belongs to.

=

>

427 ? 427

906 ? 237
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11 of 2011. Question
11. Which number is larger?
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12 of 2012. Question
12. What is the missing symbol for the statement below?
Â Â Â Â 943Â Â ?Â Â 943
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13 of 2013. Question
13. Drag the correct symbol to the statement it belongs to.

<

>

518 ? 1000

914 ? 714
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14 of 2014. Question
14. Which statement below is true?
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15 of 2015. Question
15. What is the missing symbol for the statement below?Â
Â Â Â Â 509Â Â ?Â Â 239
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16 of 2016. Question
16. Which number is smaller?
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17 of 2017. Question
17. Drag the correct symbol to the statement it belongs to.

<

>

824 ? 953

724 ? 699
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18 of 2018. Question
18. Which statement below is true?
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19 of 2019. Question
19. Diana helps her family pick apples on their farm. The first week, Diana picked 639 apples. The second week, Diana picked 587 apples on the farm.Â
Â Â Â Â Compare the numbers and choose the correct statement below.
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20 of 2020. Question
20. Michael’s school was hosting a bake sale. The first week of the sale, they made $356. The second week of the bake sale, Michael’s school made $407.Â
Â Â Â Â Compare the numbers and choose the correct statement below.
Â
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