# Grade 2 Working with 3-digit numbers Worksheet

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## (1) Compare the Two Numbers. Use >, < or =

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## (2) Rutva Paid Rs. 341 for Lunch and Jashmin Paid Rs. 428 for Lunch. Who Paid More?

## (3) Raksha Paid Exactly 2 Hundred-Rupee Notes and 2 Ten-Rupee Notes for an Item While Mihir Paid Exactly 4 Ten-Rupee Notes, 2 Hundred-Rupee Notes and 5 One-Rupee Coins for an Item. Who Paid Less?

## (4) Write the Three Numbers and Answer

The greatest number is:

The smallest number is:

## (5) Circle the Greatest Number

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(b)

(c)

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## (6) Circle the Smallest Number

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(b)

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## (7) Answers the Following

(a) Make the smallest 3-digit number that has no zeros, without repeating any digit.

(b) Make the largest 3-digit number using any three digits out of without repeating any of them.

(c) Make the smallest 3-digit number using without repeating any of them.

## (8) Order the Numbers

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(b)

## (9) Skip Count

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(b)

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## (10) Do as Directed

(a)

42 rounded off to the nearest ten is .

(b)

677 rounded off to the nearest hundred is .

## (11) Make the Largest Possible 3-Digit Number Using All the Three Digits Given. Then Round That Number off to the Nearest Ten and the Nearest Hundred

Digits | Largest possible 3-digit number | Round off to nearest ten | Round off to nearest hundred | |

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## Answers and Explanations

### Answer 1 (A)

Given two numbers,

138 is less than the number 345 so, we use less than sign.

Hence, the answer is .

### Answer 1 (B)

Given two numbers,

248 is greatest than the number 239 so, we use greater than sign.

Hence, the answer is .

### Answer 1 (C)

Given two numbers,

892 is greatest than the number 298 so, we use greater than sign.

Hence, the answer is .

### Answer 1 (D)

Given two numbers,

745 is equal to the number 745 so, we use equal to sign.

Hence, the answer is .

### Answer 1 (E)

Given two numbers,

638 is less than the number 864 so, we use less than sign.

Hence, the answer is .

### Answer 1 (F)

Given two numbers,

419 is greatest than the number 349 so, we use greater than sign.

Hence, the answer is .

### Answer (2)

Rutva paid for lunch

Jashmin paid for lunch

Hence, Rs. 428 is greater than Rs. 341

Therefore,

**Jashmin**paid more.

### Answer (3)

Raksha paid 2 hundred-rupee notes and 2 ten-rupee notes for an item:

2 hundred-rupee notes

2 ten-rupee notes

Total paid

Mihir paid 4 ten-rupee notes, 2 hundred-rupee notes and 5 one-rupee coins for an item:

4 ten-rupee notes

2 hundred-rupee notes

5 one-rupee coins

Total paid

Hence, Rs. 220 is less than Rs. 245

Therefore,

**Raksha**paid less.

### Answer (4)

Given abacus represents 3-digit numbers,

1

^{st}abacus: hundreds placeTens place

Ones place

So, number

2

^{nd}abacus: hundreds placeTens place

Ones place

So, number

3

^{rd}abacus: hundreds placeTens place

Ones place

So, number

Hence, the three numbers are

The greatest number is

**523**.The smallest number is

**354**.

### Answer 5 (A)

Given numbers:

Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

So, the greatest number is

### Answer 5 (B)

Given numbers:

Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

So, the greatest number is

### Answer 5 (C)

Given numbers:

Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

So, the greatest number is

### Answer 5 (D)

Given numbers:

Order of the greatest number to the smallest number is

So, the greatest number is

### Answer 6 (A)

Given numbers:

Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

So, the smallest number is

### Answer 6 (B)

Given numbers:

Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

So, the smallest number is

### Answer 6 (C)

Given numbers:

Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

So, the smallest number is

### Answer 6 (D)

Given numbers:

Order of the smallest number to the greatest number is

So, the smallest number is

### Answer 7 (A)

The smallest 3-digit number,

Smallest 3-digit number

But that has no zeros, and without repeating any digit.

So, smallest 3-digit number

Therefore, the smallest 3-digit number is

**123**that have no zeros.

### Answer 7 (B)

To make the largest 3-digit number.

Using any three digits out of

So, 3-digit number

But the largest 3-digit number

Therefore, the largest 3-digit number is

**864**without repeating any of digits.

### Answer 7 (C)

To make the smallest 3-digit number, using

So, smallest 3-digit number without repeating any of them

Therefore, the smallest 3-digit number is

**347**.

### Answer 8 (A)

In given numbers:

Order the numbers in descending order it means greatest number to the smallest number.

So, the numbers

Therefore, order the numbers are .

### Answer 8 (B)

In given numbers:

Order the numbers in descending order it means greatest number to the smallest number.

So, the numbers

Therefore, order the numbers are .

### Answer 9 (A)

Number start at 230 then 240.

Difference

So, skip count between two numbers is 10.

Hence,

Therefore, the answer is

### Answer 9 (B)

Number in between at 345 then 445.

Difference

So, skip count between two numbers is 100.

Hence,

Therefore, the answer is

### Answer 9 (C)

Number in last is 475 and 485.

Difference

So, skip count between two numbers is 10.

Hence,

Therefore, the answer is

### Answer 10 (A)

Line graph shows number at 40 to 50.

If the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4 round the number down.

So, 42 rounded off to the nearest ten is .

### Answer 10 (B)

Line graph shows number 0 to 900.

If the number you are rounding is followed by 15, 16, 17, 18 or 19, round the number up.

Hence, 677 rounded off to the nearest hundred is .

### Answer (11)

Round off to the nearest ten means if the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4 round the number down.

Round off to the nearest hundred means if the number you are rounding is followed by 15, 16, 17, 18 or 19, round the number up.

So, below table shows the largest 3-digit number and nearest ten and nearest hundred numbers:

Digits | Largest possible 3-digit number | Round off to nearest ten | Round off to nearest hundred | |

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