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# Compare 2 Multi-Digit Numbers Using Place Value - 4th Grade

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Students compare two 3-Digit, 4-Digit, 5-Digit or 6-Digit numbers based on the meaning of the digits in each place within the number using the symbols <, =, or  >.

Students must first indicate which digit in each number is determining their choice of <, = or  >.

For each of the 4 sets of worksheets ( 3-Digit, 4-Digit, 5-Digit or 6-Digit numbers) there are 3 choices of presentation:

• Numbers color coded to help with comparing the same size numbers (100s, 1000s etc) and are shown in a Place Value Table.

•  Numbers in a Place Value Table (no color coding).

• Numbers without Place Value Table.

This  will give you a choice of differentiating from the very start.

How many worksheets are in each set ?

Almost Unlimited.  There are 4 sets of worksheets, each with 3 levels of presentation ... BUT .... at the click of a button all numbers are randomised, so you can create as many different worksheets as you need for classwork, homework, revision, preparing for assessment, fillers, etc. and the numbers will change every time.

Your students will never run short of new worksheets to practice with.

Answers are automatically generated every time.

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These resources work with the official  Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

Common Core
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2 ........ Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.

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