Comparing Multi-digit Numbers Worksheets
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Our expertly curated comparing multi-digit numbers pdf worksheets empower students to compare large numbers with ease and to verify whether a number is less than, greater than, or equal to another. Starting from the left, kids must examine the digits in each place value to solve these free worksheets correctly.
These practice worksheets on comparing large numbers are best suited for grade 4 and grade 5.
In these printable worksheets, there are 3 sections where 4th grade students plug in the equality (=) and inequality (<, >) signs to compare and identify the largest and smallest numbers in a given set.
Get up to speed by comparing pairs of 6-digit numbers using "greater than", "less than", or "equal to" symbols. In addition, compare the given sets of numbers to find the largest and smallest numbers.
Comparing Larger Numbers Using Symbols
Featuring a mix of 5-digit and 6-digit numbers, this set requires 5th grade students to compare each set of numbers using the inequality and equality signs.
Comparing & Circling the Greater or Smaller Multi-digit Number
Assist your budding math analysts to compare two multi-digit numbers and record the results of comparisons using symbols. Circle the smallest and greatest numbers in the next two parts.
Comparing Large Numbers Using Symbols and Words
Math whizzes in grade 4 and grade 5 demonstrate their ability to identify which numbers are the largest or smallest in a group, and also to find which number is equal to another, using signs and words.