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How to Order in ascending and descending order
On many IGCSE GCSE maths exam papers you will be asked to compare numbers. Are you able to order a set of numbers in ascending order (from small to big) or in descending order (from large to small)? Before we examine two typical IGCSE questions, we will take some time to study the important mathematical symbols used for the maths topic. Have a proper look therefore at the first maths video first and make sure to be able to comfortably use these symbols. Tell me on the forum of this site if you have any further maths questions. I will be glad to help you with your maths and answer your questions. Good luck and have fun1
