### Math - Class 4 - Comparing and Ordering Numbers / Compare Numbers up to 5 digits - Key Points/Notes/Worksheets/Explanation/Lesson/Practice Questions

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__Example__54,000 < 1, 58,000

2, 78,900 > 56,000

**Condition 2: Numbers having same number of digits**If both the numbers have the same numbers of digits, then we comparing the digits from the extreme left to find the first place where they differ.

__Example:__- Compare 42567 and 55567

First compare the digits in ten thousands place.

Here digits differ, 4 and 5 are in ten thousands place and 5 > 4. Hence 42567 < 55567

- Compare 14467 and 15567

Both numbers have the same digit in ten thousands place. Hence we compare the digits in thousands place.

4 and 5 are in thousands place and 5 > 4. Hence 14467 < 15567

- Compare 14467 and 14457

Numbers have same digit in ten thousands, thousands and hundreds place. Hence we compare the digits in tens place.

6 and 5 are in the tens place and 6 > 5. Hence 14467 > 14457

- Compare 14457 and 14452

Numbers have same digit in ten thousands, thousands, hundreds and tens place. Hence we compare the digits in ones place.

7 and 2 are in the ones place and 7 > 2. Hence 14457 >14452

- Compare 14567 and 14567

Both numbers have the same digits in all the places. Hence, both numbers are equal.

**Ordering of numbers**__Ascending Orders / Increasing Orders__Arranging the numbers from smallest to the greatest is known as increasing order or ascending order.

__Descending Orders / Decreasing Orders__Arranging the numbers from greatest to the smallest is known as decreasing order or descending order.

Arrange the following numbers in the ascending and descending orders.*Example:*61478, 50478, 65790, 94090

__Ascending Orders__Writing from the smallest number to the greatest number

50478 < 61478 < 65790 < 94090

__Descending Orders__Writing from greatest number to the smallest number

94090 > 65790 > 61478 > 50478

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