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I can order decimal numbers up to three decimal places (4a)

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Put these decimals in ascending order (smallest to largest): 57.86 5.6 5.67 5.607 578.6 57.87

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5.6, 5.607, 5.67, 57.86, 57.87, 578.6

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Put these decimals in descending order (largest to smallest): 5.102 51.20 5.10 510.2 5.2 502.1

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510.2, 502.1, 51.20, 5.2, 5.102, 5.10

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Put these decimals in ascending order (smallest to largest): 114.6 11.46 1.146 1.614 1.16 41.16

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1.146, 1.16, 1.614, 11.46, 41.16, 114.6

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Put these decimals in descending order (largest to smallest): 983.4 98.34 9.834 948.3 9.83 943.8

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983.4, 948.3, 943.8, 98.34, 9.834, 9.83

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Put these decimals in ascending order (smallest to largest): 723.972.3972.372.203 729.372.93

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72.203, 72.3, 72.39, 72.93, 723.9, 729.3

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Put these decimals in descending order (largest to smallest): 767.6 7.766 76.706 76.76 776.6 0.776

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776.6, 767.6, 76.76, 76.706, 7.766, 0.776

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Put these decimals in descending order (largest to smallest): 102.05 120.05 10.2 1.025 10.25 102.5

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120.05, 102.5, 102.05, 10.25, 10.2, 1.025

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Put these decimals in ascending order (smallest to largest): 47.506 47.6 457.6 47.65 574.6 574.61

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47.506, 47.6, 47.65, 457.6, 574.6, 574.61

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