#### How to Order Number into a Numeric Sequence -
We use number sequences as a source to practice and improve your numeric reasoning skills. Let's learn how to order number into a numeric sequences.
**Integer Number Sequences** - It is the first type of number sequences that are a form or real numbers. It means integer numbers stands for incorruptible. That is why, we use integers as a whole numbers without fractions or decimals. It has also two types that is positive integer and negative integer. When we use positive integer numbers in the solution, we call them natural numbers. That is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. The numbers become non natural numbers, when we use negative integers. That is, -1, -2, -3, -4, etc. We can use both of them in an integer number's sequences. For example;
1-, -2, -3, -4, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 ...
**Rational Numbers** - Rational numbers are those that we can write as a fraction or quotient. Both numerator and denominator will be integers. It means the top and the bottom of the fraction will be whole numbers. We can write rational numbers by decimal expansion. Either you will need to terminate them after a finite quantity of numbers or you will repeat the same sequence over and over again. For example;
1.75, 3.25, 1/2, 3/4...

Students will be given several numbers in each problem and be asked to order them from least to greatest. This section works on the skill of counting, but really improves their overall awareness of where they stand in terms of sequential numbering. I could not even fathom how many times a day teachers are doing this very small thing. Ordering papers by scores or organizing our grade books. These worksheets explain how to order given numbers from least to greatest or vice-versa. Sets consist of three to four numbers, and all numbers are between 1 and 99.