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Least to Greatest Calculator (or Ascending Order Calculator) is a number organizer that arranges the given numbers from least to greatest (in Ascending Order or in Increasing Order). If numbers are given in any order, then it can arrange it in order from least to greatest so known as order from least to greatest calculator or greatest to least calculator. It even works for decimal number called as ordering decimals. There are free tools which also helps you to compare the decimals and arrange them properly.

This calculator works for positive as well as negative numbers as well as decimals.

This calculator can be referred as Ordering Decimals Calculator.

## Steps for Arranging Numbers Least to Greatest

Step 1 :

Observe the given set of numbers.

Step 2 :

Look at the number in the largest place. Then arrange the given set of numbers from least to greatest as per the largest place value.

## Examples on Least to Greatest Calculator

1. ### Arrange the numbers from least to greatest: 29,11,34,58,46 ?

Step 1 :

Given set of numbers => 29,11,34,58,46

Step 2 :

So, the ascending order for the given set of numbers as per the tens place value

=> 11, 29, 34, 46, 58.

11, 29, 34, 46, 58.

2. ### Arrange the numbers from least to greatest: 391,121,546,786,462 ?

Step 1 :

Given set of numbers => 391,121,546,786,462

Step 2 :

So, the ascending order for the given set of numbers as per the hundreds placevalue

=> 121,391,462,546,786.

121,391,462,546,786.

3. ### An organization organized youth festivals in various colleges and universities every year. Table below indicates the number of students nominated themselves in youth festival. Year Number of Students 2009 500 2010 100 2011 800 2012 600 2013 700  In which years did the organization get fewest and highest nominations?

Step 1 :

Given data : 500, 100, 800, 600, 700

Step 2 :

First arrange the given data in ascending order: 100, 500, 600, 700, 800
Fewest nominations = 100 and highest nominations = 800

The organization got fewest and highest nominations in the years 2009 and 2011 respectively.

4. ### Following are the marks obtained by five students, A, B, C, D and E in an admission test, 916, 405, 817, 494, 823 respectively.Which of the following student score second highest marks.

Step 1 :

Arrange the marks in ascending order
405, 494, 817, 823, 916.

Step 2 :

823 is the second highest score.