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Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
In the greater-than > or less-than symbol <, the open end refers to the
  1. larger number
  2. smaller number
  3. equal number
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Ms. Kauffman's class is collecting cans for a canned food drive. On Monday they collected 98 cans. Tuesday they collected 77 cans. Wednesday they collected 105 cans. Order the number of cans from greatest to least.
  1. 77, 98, 105
  2. 105, 98, 77
  3. 98, 105, 77
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Place these numbers in order, starting with the largest number: 345, 3,546, 72, 27,654
         27,654         ,          3,546          ,        345        ,      72     
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Which correctly compares the number of pictures?
Hanukkah - Menorah - SmallHanukkah - Menorah - Small                    Hanukkah - Scrolls - SmallHanukkah - Scrolls - SmallHanukkah - Scrolls - Small
  1. [math]2 > 3[/math]
  2. [math]2 < 3[/math]
  3. [math]2 = 2[/math]
  4. [math]3 = 3[/math]
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
A petting zoo has the following types and numbers of animals:

6 goats
14 rabbits

The petting zoo also has fewer sheep then rabbits, but more sheep than goats. Which could be the number of sheep at the petting zoo?
  1. 4
  2. 9
  3. 15
  4. 20
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Which numbers are in order from least to greatest?
  1. 7,646; 7,465; 7,566
  2. 7,566; 7,465; 7,646
  3. 7,465; 7,646; 7,566
  4. 7,465; 7,566; 7,646
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Which example shows two numbers being compared?
  1. 5 > 1
  2. 2 < 5
  3. 7 = 7
  4. All of the above
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
List the following numbers in order from least to greatest:
45,240
3,467
29
734,123
994
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
The caterpillar is between 230 and 240 centimeters long. Which of the following could be the length of the caterpillar?
  1. 220 centimeters
  2. 228 centimeters
  3. 233 centimeters
  4. 245 centimeters
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Which set of numbers is in order from least to greatest?
  1. 807, 708, 780
  2. 780, 708, 807
  3. 708, 807, 780
  4. 708, 780, 807
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Which of the following numbers is the greatest?
  1. 419
  2. 491
  3. 409
  4. 490
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
On a number line, the numbers get larger as you move to the right.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Use words to write number 913.
Grade 3 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Write the number 44 using words.
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