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Mathematics: Comparing and ordering decimals

COMPARING AND ORDERING DECIMALS

In this module, you can study how to compare decimal numbers and put them in order from least to greatest.

The 2-minute video above provides a quick review of ordering decimal numbers.

Did you know?

Sometimes a longer decimal number is smaller than a shorter decimal number. 

For example, 0.123456 is smaller than 0.2


Study and practice

HOW TO USE A BASIC CALCULATOR

The video explains how to use basic calculator functions and provides examples.

 

0.00 min      addition (+), subtraction (-), multiply (x), divide (÷)

1.19 min      decimal point
2.43 min      C, CE and backspace
4.19 min      square, square root & fractions
6.17 min      percentage (%)

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