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### Grade 3 - Mathematics3.17 Compare Numbers Upto 100,000

 Method Look at the numbers carefully. Rule 1: If a number has more digits than another, it is greater of the two. Rule 2: If two numbers have the same number of digits, we compare them by their extreme left-most digits. The number with the greater digit is greater. If the extreme left-most digits are the same, we compare them by their next digits to the right and so on. Example: 95,356 ? 9,558 Here the first number 95,356 has more digits than the second number 9,558 Therefore 95,356 > 9,558 Answer: > Example: 95,356 ? 95,578 Start comparing from ten thousands place, both the numbers contain 9. In thousands place both contain 5 . In hundreds place the first number contains 3 and the second contains 5. Hence first number is lesser than second. Answer: < Directions: Compare the numbers and use appropriate sign. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
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