# 2.2: Number Towers

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12

Number Towers - Number Relationships

Teacher Notes: Given towers and sets of numbers in clouds, students use the numbers to fill in the cubes so that the numbers are arranged from the least on top to the greatest on the bottom. Notice that numbers are not always consecutive. Complete problems 1 and 2 with the students so that they understand what they are to do.

Solutions:

Number Towers 1

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 2

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 3

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 4

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 5

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 6

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 7

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 8

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

Number Towers 9

Use the numbers in the clouds. Fill in cubes with numbers.

The least number is on the top and the greatest is on the bottom.

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