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**Comparing and Rounding Decimals**

Christine Berg Edited V Hamilton

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**Decimal Places 1000 = thousand 100 = hundred 10 = ten 1 = one**

0.1 = tenth 0.01 = hundredth = thousandth = ten-thousandth

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**Read the number before the decimal point**

Reading Decimals Step 1: Read the number before the decimal point

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**Read the decimal point as “and”**

Reading Decimals Step 2. Read the decimal point as “and”

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**Read the number after the decimal place**

Reading Decimals Step 3: Read the number after the decimal place

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**Follow the second number with the place value of the last digit Hint**

Reading Decimals Step 4: Follow the second number with the place value of the last digit Hint

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**Draw and imaginary line underneath**

Reading Decimals Hint .05 Draw and imaginary line underneath

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**Reading Decimals Hint .05 Place a 1 under the decimal**

Place zeroes under each of the following numbers . 05 100

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Reading Decimals . 05 100 is read as five hundredths

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Comparing Decimals Decimal Models Equivalent Decimals Number Line

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Decimal Models Tenth Hundredth

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**Equivalent Decimals Decimals that represent the same value Example:**

0.6 is equivalent to 0.60 0.6 = 0.60

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**Terminal Zeroes Zeroes as last digit(s) of a number can be removed**

0.6 = 0.60

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Equivalent Decimals 0.6 0.60

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**Comparing Decimals Step 1:**

Underline the first number that is different in the numbers being compared

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**Add terminal zeros so there are the same number of decimal places**

Comparing Decimals Step 2: Add terminal zeros so there are the same number of decimal places

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Comparing Decimals Step 3: Remove the decimal point

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**Order numbers depending on the directions given**

Comparing Decimals Step 4: Order numbers depending on the directions given

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**Replace decimal point and remove terminal zeroes**

Comparing Decimals Step 5: Replace decimal point and remove terminal zeroes

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Which is greater: 0.6 or 0.58 ?

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0.60 0.58 0.6 > 0.58

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Which is greater: 0.6 or 0.58 0.6 0.58

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**Underline decimal place we are rounding**

Rounding Decimals Step 1: Underline decimal place we are rounding

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**Circle the number to the right of the underlined decimal place**

Rounding Decimals Step 2: Circle the number to the right of the underlined decimal place

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**Rounding Decimals Step 3:**

If circled digit is greater than or equal to 5, then round the underlined number up (add one)

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**Rounding Decimals Step 4:**

If circled digit is less than or equal to 4, leave the underlined number the same

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**1)Round 1.05 to the nearest tenth**

Rounding Decimals Try these: 1)Round 1.05 to the nearest tenth 2) Round to the nearest tenth

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Rounding Decimals Answers: 1) 1.1 2) 0.12

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In your Own Words Describe what you learned today about either reading OR rounding decimals.

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