A few days ago
heregoagain_1

Place the following in alphabetical order:

1. F2442 – 2

2. F2444 – 3

3. F2424 – 3

4. F2443 – 3

1,3,4,2

3,4,2,1

3,1,4,2

1,3,2,4

1. Gregory, Marsha

2. Greggory, Marietta

3. Gregery, Marsha

4. Gregory, Mary

3,1,2,4

3,1,4,2

2,3,1,4

3,2,1,4

1. Kulas, John

2. Kulik, John

3. Kullas, Johnathan

4. Kulas, Johnathan

4,1,2,3

4,1,3,2

1,3,4,2

1,4,2,3

A few days ago
Magnolia

I am not going to do this for you, but basically you need to put these in ABC order. Keep in mind that the shorter one would go first. (An example is if you had to put big and bigger in alphabetical order. Big comes first, then bigger.)

So with your first one, the first three digits are all the same. After that, three of the choices have four as the next digit and one has two. When you count, does 4 come first or 2?

Answering that, you know that of the first set, 3 comes first.

Keep on putting things in order, either numerically or alphabetically, from there.

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A few days ago
Elaine P…is for Poetry
Also, keep in mind that numbers come first. Once you place the numerical sequences in order, you can work on the alphabetical sequences. The combinations of letters and numbers come in between the pure number groups and the alphabetical groups.
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