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Copy of DIY Maths: Ordering percents, fractions and decimals


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


The video above shows you how to put a list of fractions, decimal numbers and percents 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.

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