# Convert 3 to 4-Digits

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet presents two distinct exercises aimed at constructing three-digit numbers from a given set of four digits. In the first task, students are asked to create the smallest possible three-digit number by selecting and arranging three out of the four digits provided, ensuring that the digits do not repeat. The second task is the opposite; students need to form the largest possible three-digit number from another set of four digits, again without repetition. Each question offers a set of four numbers and a line for the student to write the newly arranged number.

The worksheet is designed to teach students about number value and the importance of digit placement within a number. It encourages critical thinking as students must decide which digits to use and where to place them to achieve the minimum or maximum possible value. Through this activity, students enhance their understanding of numerical order and develop strategies for comparing and constructing numbers. These skills are foundational for mathematical proficiency and are particularly relevant for mastering concepts such as place value, addition, subtraction, and number ordering.