 # Math: Elementary School: Grades 3, 4 and 5 Quiz - Ordering Numbers up to 100 (Questions)

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We use the symbols <, > and = to help us order and compare numbers. Words such as 'more than', 'less than' and 'equal to' you'll remember from your work in first grade so, when you're asked to apply them to numbers up to one-hundred, you should have no problem.

This quiz will test you on comparing and correctly ordering numbers up to 100. Can you choose the correct symbols?

1. What does this symbol mean:
<
 [ ] Equal to [ ] The same as [ ] More than [ ] Less than
2. What does this symbol mean:
=
 [ ] Equal to or the same as [ ] More than [ ] Less than [ ] Addition
3. What does this symbol mean:
>
 [ ] The same as [ ] Less than [ ] More than [ ] Subtraction
4. Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
6 __ 9
 [ ] > [ ] < [ ] = [ ] +
5. Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
12 __ 8
 [ ] = [ ] - [ ] < [ ] >
6. Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
6 + 2 __ 4 + 4
 [ ] + [ ] = [ ] < [ ] >
7. Put these numbers in order, from smallest to largest:
24, 16, 9, 78, 54
 [ ] 78, 54, 24, 16, 9 [ ] 9, 16, 24, 54, 78 [ ] 24, 54, 16, 9, 78 [ ] 54, 78, 24, 16, 9
8. Put these numbers in order from largest to smallest:
66, 16, 96, 61, 6
 [ ] 66, 61, 96, 6, 16 [ ] 6, 16, 61, 66, 96 [ ] 96, 66, 61, 16, 6 [ ] 61, 6, 16, 96, 66
9. What does this number sentence say?
27 < 82
 [ ] 27 is equal to 82 [ ] 27 is more than 82 [ ] 27 is less than 82 [ ] 27 add 82
10. What does this number sentence say?
2 x 5 = 9 + 1
 [ ] 2 x 5 is less than 9 + 1 [ ] 2 x 5 is greater than 9 + 1 [ ] 2 x 5 is equal to 9 + 1 [ ] 2 x 5 subtract 9 + 1 Math: Elementary School: Grades 3, 4 and 5 Quiz - Ordering Numbers up to 100 (Answers)
1. What does this symbol mean:
<
 [ ] Equal to [ ] The same as [ ] More than [x] Less than
For example, 6 < 8
2. What does this symbol mean:
=
 [x] Equal to or the same as [ ] More than [ ] Less than [ ] Addition
For example, 2 + 3 = 4 + 1 as they give the same value
3. What does this symbol mean:
>
 [ ] The same as [ ] Less than [x] More than [ ] Subtraction
For example, 7 > 2
4. Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
6 __ 9
 [ ] > [x] < [ ] = [ ] +
Think of the symbol as the open mouth of a hungry crocodile who only eats the larger number
5. Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
12 __ 8
 [ ] = [ ] - [ ] < [x] >
The crocodile prefers the larger number
6. Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
6 + 2 __ 4 + 4
 [ ] + [x] = [ ] < [ ] >
The two additions give the same or equal value
7. Put these numbers in order, from smallest to largest:
24, 16, 9, 78, 54
 [ ] 78, 54, 24, 16, 9 [x] 9, 16, 24, 54, 78 [ ] 24, 54, 16, 9, 78 [ ] 54, 78, 24, 16, 9
9 is the smallest number, 78 is the largest
8. Put these numbers in order from largest to smallest:
66, 16, 96, 61, 6
 [ ] 66, 61, 96, 6, 16 [ ] 6, 16, 61, 66, 96 [x] 96, 66, 61, 16, 6 [ ] 61, 6, 16, 96, 66
96 is the largest number, 6 is the smallest
9. What does this number sentence say?
27 < 82
 [ ] 27 is equal to 82 [ ] 27 is more than 82 [x] 27 is less than 82 [ ] 27 add 82
27 has a lower value than 82
10. What does this number sentence say?
2 x 5 = 9 + 1
 [ ] 2 x 5 is less than 9 + 1 [ ] 2 x 5 is greater than 9 + 1 [x] 2 x 5 is equal to 9 + 1 [ ] 2 x 5 subtract 9 + 1
2 x 5 and 9 + 1 both give an answer of 10