**In this module, you can ****study learn how to take a random list of ****fractions****, decimal numbers and ****percents**** and put them into order.**

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A decimal number with two digits can be larger OR smaller than a decimal number with three digits. For example, 2.3 is larger than 2.25, but it is smaller than 2.68.

**Practice and study**

- Play a game ordering fractions, decimals and percentsMatch equivalent fractons, decimals and percents in the game "Decention" on mathplayground.com.
- Download a worksheet for comparing fractions and decimalsDesign and print your own worksheet (with answers!) for comparing fractions and decimals.
- Download a worksheet for ordering fractions, decimals and percentsPrint this worksheet of ordering problems. (Hint: Print WITHOUT answers, then print another copy WITH answers.)

Use these search terms to find your own resources:

*order fractions decimals percentscompare fractions decimals percents*

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