# Year 3 Maths Challenge Autumn 1

Bronze

Can you order the following numbers in descending order?

678, 346, 290, 109, 489, 110

Silver

Gold

Platinum

## 101 thoughts on “Year 3 Maths Challenge Autumn 1”

1. Sumayyah A.

Bronze

678,489,346,290,110 and 109.

Silver

It is incorrect because 111 is supposed to be at the start of the number 223 and 436 then move 436 to the end finally put 223 in between 111 and 436 .

Gold

Dora is correct because when you count in the 100s column there is 600 , if you count in the 10s column there is 0 tens and if you count in the 1s column there is 7 all together the total is 607 .Jack just put the 7 ones into the 10s column .

Platinum

I don’t agree because if you put the 1 from the one column in to the 10s column the total will be 920.

2. Camarni H.

109 110 290 396 489 678
Silver
no because the 3rd one is the smallest.
Gold
Dora is correct because there are no tens.
Platinum
no because they should be all be in the 100s column.

3. Abigail F.

It will be1,111

4. Siyam A.

Silver
No it needs to be smallest numbers first: 111,233,436.

109,110,290,346,489,678
Bronze
Silver
No because the first one is supposed to go in the middle .
Gold
Dora is correct because the place value shows 607. Jack is not correct because I think he got jumbled up with the tens and ones

6. Hasan N.

Silver
111
223
436
111 is the smallest number 223 is the second smallest number 436 is the biggest number.
Gold
Dora is correct because there’s no tens in the table but jack is incorrect because he think that there’s no tens

7. Yusuf S.

Bronze – 678,489,346,290,110,109
Silver – No 111,233,436
Gold – dora is correct because the chart shows 607
Platinum – no you can make 910

8. Fatima S.

Bronze:
678
489
346
290
110
109.

Silver
The first two should be swapped.

Gold:
Dora is correct as there are six 100s and seven ones.

Platinum:
I do not agree because 999 is a greater number than 800+10+1=811.

9. Arjun G.

Bronze:
Descending order:
678,489,346,290,110 and 109.

Silver:

No its not because the middle has more hundred tens and ones than the first one.

Gold:
I agree with Dora because I would count the place value chart.

platinum:
No it isn’t because: the counters in the 100’s column make 800 but you can add another counter to make 900 which is also a 3 digit number.

10. Carter D.

Bronze
678 489 346 290 110 109
Silver
No because it’s going to small to biggest to smallest
Gold
Dora is right because there 6 in the 100s and there is 0 in the 10s and 7 in the 1s.

11. Abigail F.

Bronze
678,489,346,290,110,109.

Silver
The last one is supose to be first, the first one is supose to be second and the middle one is suppose to be last.

Gold
Jack is wrong but Dora is correct because there are only six 100s and seven ones.

Platinum
No, I do not agree because 999 is the longest 3 digit number but 800+10+1=811.

• Mrs Begum

Well done Abigail 👍🏼.
For the platinum challenge, what number will we get if we put all 10 counters in the hundreds column ?

Gold: Dora is correct because there are no numbers in the 10’s column. There are numbers in the 100’s column and 1 column.

Bronze:
678,489,346,290,110 and 109.
Sliver:
No it is not correct because the smallest number is 111 and the greatest number is 436.
Gold:

14. Ariyan S.

Bronze
109,110,290,346,489,678.
Silver
This is wrong because 111 is the smaller than 223 and 436.
Gold
Dora is correct because there are 600 in 100 column,0 in 10 column and 7 in 1 column.

• Mrs Begum

Well done Ariyan 👍.
What number will I have if I put 6 counters in the 100 column, 8 counters in the 10 column and 5 counters in the 1 column?
Have go at the platinum challenge in confident you can do it.

15. Jari V.

Bronze:
109,110,290,346, 678,
Silver:
No this is not the correct order because 111 should be first,223 second and 436 last.
Gold:
Dora is correct and Jack is not because if you look at the 100’s column their is 6, in the 10’s column there is 0 but if you look at 1’s column there is 7, making 607.

I also did my did the challenge in my homework book.

Ive done a mistake on bronze I should of switch 109 first and then 110

Bronze
110
109
290
346
489
678
Silver
It is not correct because 111 is the smaller than 223 and 436.
Gold
Dora is correct because 607 but Jack was wrong because he got jumbled up with the tens and ones
Platinum.
I disagree because he can make a higher 3 digit number more than 811

18. Ranj M.

Bronze
678,489,346,290,110,109
Silver
It is wrong because 111 is the smaller than 223 and 436 .
Gold
Dora is correct because Jack said 670 the correct answer is 206 so he got mixed up with the ones and tens .

19. Charis O.

BRONZE
109 110 290 378
Silver
111 223 436
Gold
No because Jack missplaced 0 and7
Yes because 607 is on the chart
Platainium
No because it’s 81 and 1 it is supposed to be 999

20. Jegor S.

109 110 290 346 489 678
Silver 200+20+3=223
400+30+6=436
100+10+1=111
Dora The place value chart should 607
Jack I think is shows 670.
Dora is crest.

21. Jegor S.

109 110 290 346 489 678
Silver 200+20+3=223
400+30+6=436
100+10+1=111
Dora The place value chart should 607
Jack I think is shows 670.
Dora is krekt.

22. Faris B.

Dora is correct because the answer is 607

• Faris B.

Gold
Dora is correct because the answer is 607

23. Ebnezere A.

Brozen
678,489,346,290,110,109
Silver
incorrect because they swap the greatest number.
Gold
Dora is correct because the number was 607 but jack is wrong.
Plantime
I Disagree because the largest digit is 910 that means 9 Hundrands 1 tens no ones.

24. Rahim A.

Maths was very nice l done my work

25. Zakariyah T.

bronze:
678,489.346,290,110,109.
silver:
This is not correct,the correct order is 111,223,436
gold:
Dora is correct because there is no 10s in the place value chart.
Platinum:
no because you can make a higher number by switching the place values.

• Mrs Begum

Great work Zak 👍🏼What will be the greatest number we can make for the platinum challenge using all 10counter?

26. Mustafa A.

i have completed my homework in my book

• Miss Jephcott

Bring it in tomorrow please and I will have a look.

27. Awais J.

Bronze
109 110 290 346 489 678

28. Awais J.

Bronze
678,489,346,290,110,109
Silver
The last one is meant to be first.The first one is meant to be second and the second one is meant to be last
Gold
Dora is correct because there are no tens
Platinum
No because You can make a higher 3 digit number than 811.

29. Yasmin A.

Bronze
190
110
290
346
489
678
Silver
It is not correct because 111 is the smaller than 223 and 436.
Gold
Dora is correct because 607 but Jack was wrong because he thought that the answer was 678.
Platinum
I agree with the alien because it is 811.

• Miss Jephcott

Have a look at Bronze again. Remember it’s asking for descending order.

30. Ameena I.

Bronze
678,489,346,290,110 and 109.
Silver
111,223,436.
Because it said from smallest to biggest so 111 is smaller than 223 this is smaller than 436.
Gold
I think Dora is correct because she said 607 Jack is roang because he thought that the ones were tens.

31. Kitan S.

Bronze
○678,489,346,290,110,109
Sliver
♤The first biggest number 436 and then it’s 223 then finally it’s 111.
Gold
♡I agree with dora
Because on the place value chart it has 6hundreds and 0 tens and 7 ones meaning the number is 607 and Dora has written that the answer 607 which is same on the place value meanwhile jack has written 670 but it’s not the correct answer as the place value chart its shows 607 so therefore I agree with Dora.

32. Esa A.

i have completed my work in my book.

33. Sumaya O.

Bronze
109
110
290
346
489
678
silver
It is wrong because 111 is the smaller than 223 and 436 .
gold
Dora is correct because the answer was 607 but Jack was wrong because he thought that the answer was 670 .

• Mrs Begum

Good try Sumaya .
Have look at the bronze challenge again , it asking you to put the numbers in descending order. (Largest to smallest) have