How to Order Numbers in a Sequence
Number sequence refers to the placement of numbers either which number comes first or last. The consecutive movement of numbers in a series is called orders numbers in a sequence. There are two forms of number of orders that is ascending and descending order. Ascending order means stepping up the counting numbers or increase in order such as 225, 226, 227, 228, and 229. You can see how numbers are increasing and how they are moving forward. Similarly, descending order means stepping down the counting numbers in order such as 339, 338, 337, 336, and 335. In case of ascending order, numbers should be greater than one before it. In case of descending order sequence, every number is less than one that comes before it. We can also add and subtract all numbers in order of sequence. When you will add the number by moving one number to the next in an order. You can do this only in case of ascending order. When you will subtract the numbers by moving from one number to the upcoming one. You can do only in case of descending order. Similarly, you can multiply with rules for both forms of the orders of sequences.