Students can determine the value of the digit in the whole number, (first by determining its place value). For example, if one number (for example, 100) has more digits than another number (95), it automatically has the higher value. However, if two numbers have the same number of digits, such as 200 and 195, you must compare those digits from left to right.
Most of the word problems are CCSS-aligned to:
There are also word problems with place value up to thousands, ten-thousands, and hundred-thousands place. I have included a copy in Word, just in case you want to edit place value to your liking.
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