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Representations - Draw a number line. Make sure the following numbers are on your number line: 1,472; 1,560; 1,481. Are we over thinking this problem? Are they just looking for a number line with the above number listed from least to greatest?

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    yes, that is it. I would start the number line at 1450 and end it at 1600

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    1,472

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    just looking for it least to greastest

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    35

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    They are looking for a number line. They would like you to list them chronologically on the number line. Chronologically means to list in order of when they happened or list in order from in which they start. So, in this case they want it chronologically from least to greatest.

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