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Answer the questions below by comparing the two numbers (#1 is done for you.) #1:Which is greater, 1.29 or 1.92 ? 1.92 #2:Which is greater, 7.05 or 7.50 ? 7.50 #3:Which is greater, 87.76 or 87.67 ? 87.76 #5:Which is smaller, 1.56 or 1.65 ? 1.56 #6:Which is smaller, 164.340 or 164.304 ? 164.304 #7: Fill in the blanks below with a < , > , or = based on the number on the left being greater ( > ) , smaller (< ) , or equal ( = ) to the number on the right.


4.7 > 4.07 1.6 < 6.1 2.98 < 3.01

3.06 < 3.60 85.58 > 58.85 5.45 > 5.405 
1.600 = 1.6 85.51 > 83.31 44.044 < 44.404 
Place the numbers below in order from smallest to greatest. (The first one is done for you.) 2.3 , 3.2 , 3.02 , 2.03 , 3.302 2.03 , 2.3 , 3.02 , 3.2 , 3.302 6.5 , 5.069 , 9.05 , 5.906 , 5.6 5.069 , 5.6 , 5.906 , 6.5 , 9.05 23.056 , 32.506 , 23.650 , 23.56 , 32.6 23.056 , 23.56 , 23.650 , 32.506 , 32.6 17.509, 17.905 , 8.99 , 17.99 , 17.099 8.99 , 17.099 , 17.509 , 17.905 , 17.99

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The various resources listed below are aligned to the same standard, (5NBT03) taken from the CCSM (Common Core Standards For Mathematics) as the Decimals Worksheet shown above.
Read, write, and compare decimals to thousandths.
Similar to the above listing, the resources below are aligned to related standards in the Common Core For Mathematics that together support the following learning outcome:
Understand the place value system