# Ordering Decimals

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Ordering Decimals

Objective: I can put decimals in order.

To write decimals from least to greatest and vice versa, we need to first compare the decimals two at a time.

Example:
Order the decimals

1.243, 0.243, and 1.24

Solution:
Step 1: Compare the decimals two at a time.

1.243 > 1.24

1.24 > 0.243

Step 2: List the decimals from least to greatest.

0.243, 1.24, 1.243

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Order the decimals.
List then in order from least to greatest.

2.0186, 20.618, 2.1608
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7.083, 7.381, 73.8, 7.084, 7
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0.522, 0.552, 0.5212, 0.5512
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0.808, 0.080, 0.80, 0.888
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9.922, 9.299, 9.292, 9.912
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4.85, 0.48, 0.485, 48.5
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2.253, 2.532, 0.532, 2,25
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68.102, 68.012, 68.120, 8.612
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