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Comparing and Ordering positive fractions, decimals and percents. I can compare and order positive fractions, decimals and percents. Created by: Rachel Tankersley Sycamore Elementary 5th grade

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Essential Questions: What are fractions, decimals and percents? How do I order fractions, decimals and percents?

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Review time! Think about what we’ve learned this week... What is the strategy you will use most for comparing and ordering fractions, decimals and percents? NIDO!

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Remember... The key to comparing: You need to remember to change all fractions and percents to DECIMALS. After you have converted them to DECIMALS, you will have no problem ordering them :) DECIMALS!

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Let’s review the steps... Convert all fractions into decimals using NIDO! Line up the decimals! Even the playing field by plugging in place holding zeros. Compare the numbers from left to right! Put back in original form... Order from LEAST to GREATEST 0.35, 0.3, 2/5, 0.45, 0.5 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.3 0.35 0 0 0 2525 5 = 2.0 -20 o 0.4 2.0

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If you can do all of that... Then you can order decimals ! 0.3, 0.35, 2/5, 0.45, 0.5

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WARNING There are a lot of steps, so you need to be sure to take your time and check your work :)

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Slate Time!!! Please get out your slates and a marker and be read in 10...9...8...

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Partner Practice Time! Which of the following is in order from least to greatest? a) 2/3,.5, 5%,.23 b.) 5%,.23,.5, 2/3 c).5, 2/3,.23, 5% d) 2/3,.23, 5%,.5

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How about another one? Which of the following choices are in order from greatest to least? a) 82%, 4/8, 0.26, 77%, 2/3 b).26, 4/8, 2/3, 77%, 82% c) 4/8,.26, 77%, 82%, 2/3 d) 82%, 77%, 2/3, 4/8,.26

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Ok... one more... by yourself this time... Which of the following choices are in order from least to greatest? a) 4.5, 45%, 3 1/2,.3 b).3, 3 1/2, 4.5, 45% c).3, 45%, 3 1/2, 4.5 d) 4.5, 3 1/2, 45%,.3

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