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### Section 3.3

1. 1. Learning Target:Students will learn how to compare and order decimals.<br />
2. 2. While comparing decimals you will need to use the symbols < , > and =.< is the symbol for Less than> is the symbol forGreater than<br />
3. 3. Comparing Decimals1. Write the decimals in a column, lining up the decimals points.2. If necessary, write zeros to the right of the decimals so that all decimals have the same number of decimal places.3. Compare place values from left to right.<br />
4. 4. Copy and complete the statement with < , > or =.1. 7.54 ? 7.452. 8.5 ? 8.503. 0.409 ? 0.411<br />
5. 5. Answers: 7.54 7.45(5 is bigger than 4)1. 7.54 > 7.45 8.508.502. 8.5 = 8.50 0.409 0.411(1 is bigger than 0)3. 0.409 < 0.411<br />
6. 6. Copy and complete the statement with < , > or =.1. 13.5 ? 13.522. 10.513 ? 10.509<br />
7. 7. Answers 1. 13.5 < 13.522. 10.513 > 10.509<br />
8. 8. Order the lengths from longest to shortest: 0.6445 m, 0.6544 m, 0.6545 m, and 0.6454 m.<br />
9. 9. 0.64450.65440.65450.64540.6544 (2) 0.6445 (4)0.6545 (1) 0.6454 (3)Longest to smallest0.6545, 0.6544, 0.6454, 0.6445<br />
10. 10. Order the decimals 17.58, 17.54, 17.62 from least to greatest.<br />
11. 11. Answer:17.54, 17.58, 17.62<br />
12. 12. Can you compare and order decimals? <br />