Compare 2 Two-digit Numbers based on the Digits in Each Place

Name Grade School
Date Questions10 Score

1
81
77
2
75
41
3
88
88
4
69
45
5
73
73
6
62
44
7
88
10
8
15
40
9
26
78
10
66
67

Answers Key
1
81
>
77
2
75
>
41
3
88
=
88
4
69
>
45
5
73
=
73
6
62
>
44
7
88
>
10
8
15
<
40
9
26
<
78
10
66
<
67

Compare 2 Two-digit Numbers based using Symbols Worksheet

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Objective:
To practice these math problems of 1NBTB3 worksheets, students are required to compare two two-digit numbers based on the meanings of the digits in each place and use the symbols >, =, and < to show the relationship. Users can directly refer the answer key to verify the work with steps for the corresponding practice problems given in the 1.NBT.B.3 activities under the domain number and operations in base 10 in common core state standards for 1st grade mathematics. The main objective of these 1.NBT.B.3 practice problems and answers is to make students to understand how to (1NBTB) Understand place value.

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