# Multiple Choice

## Worksheet Description

The worksheet provides a set of multiple-choice questions where students are tasked with selecting the correct number arrangement from given options. Each question presents a set of digits, and the students must choose the arrangement that results in either the largest or smallest possible number, as specified by the question. For some questions, students are asked to create the largest or smallest number by using all the given digits, while other questions require selecting just two or three digits from the set to form a new number. The worksheet is designed in a quiz format, with the goal of finding the correct numerical arrangement for each set of digits.

This worksheet is teaching students to apply their understanding of place value to arrange digits in a way that forms the highest or lowest possible number. It challenges students to think critically about how the position of a digit affects the overall value of the number. The activity helps reinforce the concept that in base-ten numerals, the leftmost digit has the greatest value. This skill is essential for developing number sense and is a foundational aspect of many mathematical operations, including ordering, comparing numbers, and understanding the decimal system.