# Comparing and ordering decimals and fractions

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##### Intros

###### Lessons

- Introduction to comparing and ordering decimals and fractions:
- How do you compare two numbers?
- How do you compare decimals and fractions?
- Why is 8.97 more than 9.795?
- Why do you need to be in the "same format"?

- How to you place common fractions and decimals onto a number line?
- How do you order a list of 3 or more decimals and fractions?

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##### Examples

###### Lessons

**Comparing decimals up to thousandths**

Compare decimal vs. decimal and circle the.__bigger value__**Comparing the values of decimals with fractions**

Compare decimal vs. fraction and circle thevalue. (Or, circle both if they are equal and have the same value)__smaller__**Comparing and ordering decimals and decimal fractions**

Change each value into all the same form and then write in order from least to greatest:**Comparing and ordering decimals and non-decimal fractions**

Write the decimals/fractions in order from__greatest to least*__**Word problem for comparing decimals and fractions**

Ms. Johnson's science class is having a crystal growing competition. They are measuring the results by how heavy each student's crystal weighs. Who came in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place?

**Student Name****Crystal Weight**James 70$\frac{11}{25}$g Lucas 73$\frac{67}{100}$g Emma 75.492 g Charlotte 70$\frac{1}{2}$g Ava $\frac{7891}{100}$g **Word problem for comparing decimals and expanded form**

Use the following words below each question; each set of words can make up a written form for several different decimal numbers.- Rearrange the words below to create the largest number possible. Also, write the standard form of this number.
*"hundredths, tenths, thousandths, four, eight, seven, nine, and"* - Rearrange the words below to create the largest number possible. Also, write the standard form of this number.
*"thousand, thousandths, and, thirty-two, fifty-six"*

- Rearrange the words below to create the largest number possible. Also, write the standard form of this number.