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### Unit 3 lesson 1 place value comparing ordering

1. 1. Name ________________________________ Date _____________________________Mrs. Labuski/ Mrs. Portsmore Period ______ Unit 3 Lesson 1 Place Value / Comparing / Ordering Decimals TB Lesson 3-1Essential Question: What is a decimal?Decimal numbers represent combinations of whole numbers and numbers betweenwhole numbers. Place value charts can help you understand and write decimalnumbers. one millions thousandths thousandths thousandths ten millions hundredths millionths thousands thousands hundreds hundred- thousand millions hundred hundred billions tenths ones tens ten- one tenConcept 1 – VALUEWrite the value of the underlined digit.1) 1.6 ________________________ 4) 3.69_______________________2) 7,623,456__________________ 5) 204_______________________3) 5,136______________________ 6) 5.2308_____________________Concept 2: Writing / Reading DecimalsWrite the following numbers in standard form.1) One and fifty-two hundredths ______________________________2) Four and six tenths______________________________3) Sixteen and five tenths ______________________________4) Eight hundredths______________________________Write the following in word form.
2. 2. 5) 1.8 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________6) 1.037________________________________________________________________________________________________________________7) 6.11_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________8) 3,457.12________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Write the following in expanded form.9) 245.98______________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________10) 3.145________________________________________________________________________________________________________________11)67.285_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Concept 3: Comparing & Ordering Decimals
3. 3. Write the decimals from least to greatest.12. 0.54, 0.43, 0.52 13. 3.43, 3.34, 3.4 14.8.9, 9.8, 9.5________________ ________________ ________________15. 0.83, 0.8, 0.083 16. 1.1, 0.01,1.01 17. 6.5, 6.0, 0.6________________ ________________ ________________Extra Practice
4. 4. 1. 2.07 _______________________________________________________________2. 5 + 0.007___________________________________________________________3. four and six tenths ____________________________________________________4. sixteen and five tenths ________________________________________________5. 9 + 0.6 + 0.08 _______________________________________________________6. 1.037 ______________________________________________________________7. 2 + 0.1 + 0.003 ______________________________________________________8. eight hundredths __________________________________________________9. 6.11 _______________________________________________________________Order the decimals from least to greatest.10. 3.578, 3.758, 3.875 11. 0.0943, 0.9403, 0.9043_____________________________ _____________________________12. 12.97, 12.957, 12.75 13. 1.09, 1.901, 1.9, 1.19_____________________________ _____________________________Name ________________________________ Date _____________________________
5. 5. Mrs. Labuski/ Mrs. Portsmore Period ______ Unit 3 Lesson 1 Place Value / Comparing / Ordering Decimals TB Lesson 3-1Essential Question: What is a decimal?Decimal numbers represent combinations of whole numbers and numbers betweenwhole numbers. Place value charts can help you understand and write decimalnumbers. one millions thousandths thousandths thousandths ten millions hundredths millionths thousands thousands hundreds hundred- thousand millions hundred hundred billions tenths ones tens ten- one tenConcept 1 – VALUEWrite the value of the underlined digit.1) 1.6 six tenths 4) 3.69nine hundredths2) 7,623,456 seven million 5) 204 two hundred3) 5,136onehundred 6) 5.2308eight ten-thousandthsConcept 2: Writing / Reading DecimalsWrite the following numbers in standard form.1) One and fifty-two hundredths 1.522) Four and six tenths 4.63) Sixteen and five tenths 16.54) Eighteen hundredths 0.18Write the following in word form.
6. 6. 5) 1.8 one and eight tenths6) 1.037 one and thirty-seven thousandths7) 6.11 six and eleven hundredths8) 3,457.12three thousand, four hundred, fifity-seven and twelve hundredthsWrite the following in expanded form.1) 245.98200 + 40 + 5 + 0.9 + 0.082) 3.1453 + 0.1 + 0.04 + 0.0053) 0.000010.0000111.) 67.28560 + 7 + 0.2 + 0.08 + 0.005Concept 3: Comparing & Ordering Decimals
7. 7. Extra Practice