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Grade 3 - Mathematics
3.16 Ordering Numbers

Method:
  1. Look at the sequence of numbers given.
  2. Ascending order is a sequence of numbers that are arranged from least to highest.
  3. Descending order is a sequence of numbers that are arranged from highest to least.

Example: What is the ascending order of 3,2,9,11,12
Answer: 2,3,9,11,12

Example: What is the descending order of 8,11,14,7,9
Answer: 14,11,9,8,7


Directions: Arrange the following sequences in the required order. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
Q 1: Order the numbers in Decending order: 19,76,49,98
Answer:

Q 2: Order the numbers in Decending order: 48,66,25,90
Answer:

Q 3: Order the numbers in Decending order: 77,13,36,55
Answer:

Q 4: Order the numbers in Ascending order: 12,37,26,82
Answer:

Q 5: Order the numbers in Decending order: 53,75,21,28
Answer:

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