Problem #1

Arrange the given numbers from

**least** to

**greatest**:

718, 780, 244

Problem #2

Arrange the given numbers from

**least** to

**greatest**:

312, 656, 723

Problem #3

Arrange the given numbers from

**greatest** to

**least**:

100, 68, 700

Problem #4

Put these numbers in

**ascending order**:

111, 102, 101

Problem #5

Put these numbers in

**ascending order**:

420, 120, 910

Problem #6

Put these numbers in

**descending order**:

505, 399, 600

Problem #7

Put these numbers in

**descending order**:

250, 901, 480

Problem #8

Put the given numbers in order, from

**least** to

**greatest**:

123, 321, 132

Problem #9

Put the given numbers in order, from

**least** to

**greatest**:

432, 231, 510

Problem #10

Put the given numbers in order, from

**greatest** to

**least**:

595, 715, 577

Problem #11

Put the given numbers in order, from

**greatest** to

**least**:

344, 355, 266

Problem #12

Put the given numbers in order, from

**greatest** to

**least**:

612, 689, 699

Problem #13

Arrange the given numbers from

**least** to

**greatest**:

781, 618, 725

Problem #14

Arrange the given numbers from

**least** to

**greatest**:

122, 212, 221

Problem #15

Arrange the given numbers from

**greatest** to

**least**:

890, 1000, 990

Problem #16

Mandy has 22 pieces of candy, Sandy has 12 pieces of candy and Tara has 10 pieces of candy. Arrange Mandy, Sandy and Tara in

**increasing order** with respect to the amount of candy they have.

Problem #17

If the salesman sold 34 apples on Monday, 78 apples on Tuesday and 24 on Wednesday. Put the days in ascending order according to the amount of apples sold.

Problem #18

The teacher is scoring tests. The first has 3 mistakes, the second has 8, and the third has 5 mistakes. Arrange the tests in order from most correct to least correct.