Ordering and comparing 6-digit numbers using number lines

In this lesson, we will be identifying the intervals on incomplete number lines and placing 6-digit numbers on number lines with different scales.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is the value of the digit '3' in the number 301 272?

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Q2.What is the value of the digit '7' in the number 270 012

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Q3.Which of the following numbers is greater than 105 623?

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Q4.Which of the following equations involving inequalities is correct?

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Q5.Which symbol should be used to complete this equation: 451 678 ______ 451 768?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the value of the digit '3' in the number 301 272?

1/5

Q2.What is the value of the digit '7' in the number 270 012

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Q3.Which of the following numbers is greater than 105 623?

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Q4.Which of the following equations involving inequalities is correct?

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Q5.Which symbol should be used to complete this equation: 451 678 ______ 451 768?

5/5

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Ordering and comparing 6-digit numbers

Exit quiz to be completed following lesson on 'Ordering and comparing 6-digit numbers'.

Q1.Which number is exactly half way between 400 000 and 500 000?

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Q2.Which number features next in this sequence: 470 000, 480 000, 490 000, ________?

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Q3.Which number features next in this sequence: 351 000, 451 000, 551 000, __________?

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Q4.If the larger intervals on a number line increase by 10 000 each time and there are 10 smaller intervals for each large interval, what are the smaller intervals increasing by?

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Q5.Complete the following statement: 'The intervals on a number line should always be...'

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Ordering and comparing 6-digit numbers

Exit quiz to be completed following lesson on 'Ordering and comparing 6-digit numbers'.

Q1.Which number is exactly half way between 400 000 and 500 000?

1/5

Q2.Which number features next in this sequence: 470 000, 480 000, 490 000, ________?

2/5

Q3.Which number features next in this sequence: 351 000, 451 000, 551 000, __________?

3/5

Q4.If the larger intervals on a number line increase by 10 000 each time and there are 10 smaller intervals for each large interval, what are the smaller intervals increasing by?

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Q5.Complete the following statement: 'The intervals on a number line should always be...'

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Lesson summary: Ordering and comparing 6-digit numbers using number lines

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