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Topic C: Decimal Comparison

Common Core Standards: 4.NF.7, 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2

### NYS Common Core Grade 4 Module 6, Lesson 11

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Lesson 11 Concept Development

Problem 1: Arrange mixed numbers, fractions, and decimals on a number line.

Problem 2: Arrange mixed numbers, fractions, and decimals in order from greatest to least.

Problem 3: Compare and order mixed numbers in the context of a word problem.

Lesson 11 Problem Set

1. Plot the following points on the number line using decimal form.

2. Arrange the following numbers in order from greatest to least using decimal form. Use the > symbol between each number.

3. In the long jump event, Rhonda jumped 1.64 meters. Mary jumped 1 6/10 meters. Kerri jumped 94/100 meter. Michelle jumped 1.06 meters. Who jumped the farthest?

4. It snowed 2 3/10 feet in December, 2.14 feet in January, 2 19/100 feet in February, and 1 1/10 feet in March. During which month did it snow the most? During which month did it snow the least?

Lesson 11 Homework

1. Plot the following points on the number line using decimal form.

2. Arrange the following numbers in order from greatest to least using decimal form. Use the > symbol between each number.

3. In a paper airplane contest, Matt’s airplane flew 9.14 meters. Jenna’s airplane flew 9 4/10 meters. Ben’s airplane flew 904/100 meters. Leah’s airplane flew 9.1 meters. Whose airplane flew the farthest?

4. Becky drank 1 41/100 liters of water on Monday, 1.14 liters on Tuesday, 1.04 liters on Wednesday, 11/10 liters on Thursday, and 1 40/100 liters on Friday. Which day did Becky drink the most? Which day did Becky drink the least?

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 4

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 4

Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, videos, and solutions to help Grade 4 students learn how to compare and order mixed numbers in various forms.

Topic C: Decimal Comparison

Common Core Standards: 4.NF.7, 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2

Lesson 11 Concept Development

Problem 1: Arrange mixed numbers, fractions, and decimals on a number line.

Problem 2: Arrange mixed numbers, fractions, and decimals in order from greatest to least.

Problem 3: Compare and order mixed numbers in the context of a word problem.

1. Plot the following points on the number line using decimal form.

2. Arrange the following numbers in order from greatest to least using decimal form. Use the > symbol between each number.

3. In the long jump event, Rhonda jumped 1.64 meters. Mary jumped 1 6/10 meters. Kerri jumped 94/100 meter. Michelle jumped 1.06 meters. Who jumped the farthest?

4. It snowed 2 3/10 feet in December, 2.14 feet in January, 2 19/100 feet in February, and 1 1/10 feet in March. During which month did it snow the most? During which month did it snow the least?

Lesson 11 Homework

1. Plot the following points on the number line using decimal form.

2. Arrange the following numbers in order from greatest to least using decimal form. Use the > symbol between each number.

3. In a paper airplane contest, Matt’s airplane flew 9.14 meters. Jenna’s airplane flew 9 4/10 meters. Ben’s airplane flew 904/100 meters. Leah’s airplane flew 9.1 meters. Whose airplane flew the farthest?

4. Becky drank 1 41/100 liters of water on Monday, 1.14 liters on Tuesday, 1.04 liters on Wednesday, 11/10 liters on Thursday, and 1 40/100 liters on Friday. Which day did Becky drink the most? Which day did Becky drink the least?

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