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- Decimals
- Place value
- Comparing and ordering decimals
- Rounding to a place
- Significant figures
- Standard form and engineering notation
- Adding decimals
- Subtracting decimals
- Multiplying decimals
- Dividing decimals
- Converting decimals to fractions
- Converting decimals to percents
- Converting between decimals, fractions and percents
- Ordering decimals, fractions and percents

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- Understanding fractions
- Simplifying (reducing) fractions
- Equivalent fractions
- Comparing fractions
- Ordering fractions
- Mixed numbers and improper fractions
- Adding fractions
- Subtracting fractions
- Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
- Multiplying fractions
- Dividing fractions
- Multiplying and dividing mixed numbers
- Converting fractions to decimals
- Converting fractions to percents
- Converting between fractions, decimals and percents
- Ordering fractions, decimals and percents

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- Metric units of measure
- Perimeter of squares, rectangles and triangles
- Circumference of circles
- Area of squares, rectangles and triangles
- Area of circles
- Surface area of cubes, cuboids and triangular prisms
- Surface area of cylinders
- Volume of cubes, cuboids and triangular prisms
- Volume of cylinders, cones, spheres and pyramids

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In this module, you can study how to compare decimal numbers and put them in order from least to greatest.

This 10-minute video has a great explanation about how to compare and order decimal numbers.

The 2-minute video above provides a quick review of ordering decimal numbers.

Sometimes a longer decimal number is smaller than a shorter decimal number. For example, .123456 is smaller than .2.

- Try your hand at comparing decimal numbers (do this one first)Practice comparing decimal numbers with no digits or 1 digit after the decimal point.
- Try your hand at comparing decimal numbers (do this one second)Practice comparing decimal numbers with up to two digits after the decimal point.
- Try your hand at comparing decimal numbers (do this one third)Practice comparing decimal numbers with up to three digits after the decimal point.
- Try your hand at comparing decimal numbers (do this one last)Practice comparing decimal numbers with one, two, three or four digits after the decimal point.

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