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Decimal Number Order

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  • 1. Putting numbers with decimals in order: What each number value is called 1 thousandths 9 Hundredths 8 . 7 4 3 Tenths decimal ones tens hundreds
  • 2. Where to start . 0 03 . 0 6 . 1 88 . 1 2 . 2 . 3 5 . 3 59 . 9 44 . 9 . 9 48 Start by ordering only the tenth's place--the digit immediately to the right of the decimal point. Don't worry about the rest of the places in this step. Just group the 0s, and then the 1s, 2s, and so on, until you make your way to the 9s. The list of numbers is a list of 10 numbers after ordering based on the tenths place.
  • 3. For numbers with the same digit in the tenths place, order them based on the hundredths place--the next digit. The list of numbers is a list of 10 numbers after ordering based on the hundredths place. Some of the numbers don't have a hundredths place. For the purposes here, pretend that these numbers have a 0 in the hundredths place. .0 0 3 .0 6 .1 2 .1 8 8 .2 .3 5 9 .3 5 .9 0 .9 4 4 .9 4 8 Where to go next
  • 4. .003 .06 .12 .188 .2 .35 0 .35 9 .9 0 .94 4 .94 8 For numbers with the same digits in the tenths and hundredths place, order them based on the thousandths place--the third digit after the decimal point. The list of numbers is a list of 10 numbers after ordering based on the thousandths place. Again, at this stage, pretend that any numbers with no thousandths place actually have a 0 there. That means that 0.35 is actually the same value as 0.350, so put them on the same line. If you still had numbers with the same digits in the tenths, hundredths and thousandths places, you would continue ordering based on the ten thousandths, hundred thousandths, and millionths places, and so on until you had ordered the entire list.
  • 5. Adapted from eHow.com website: http://www.ehow.com/how_5082024_order-decimals-least-greatest.html?ref= fuel&utm_source = yahoo&utm_medium = ssp&utm_campaign = yssp_art #

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