Worksheet on
Comparing and Ordering Decimals

Practice different types of math questions given in the worksheet on comparing and ordering decimals. This worksheet contains questions mainly related to compare decimals and then place the decimals in the correct order by arranging decimals in ascending order and descending order.

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1. Compare the following:

(a) 9.088 and 9.88

(b) 85.440 and 86.44

(c) 6.3 and 6.248

(d) 65.07 and 65.7

(e) 7.081 and 7.08

(f) 0.2 and 2.784

(g) 12.2 and 12.022

(h) 0.4 and 0.14

(i) 10.67 and 10.7


2. Rewrite the following in ascending order:

(a) 7.05, 7.048, 7.002, 7.2

(b) 2.37, 3.1, 2.7, 3.01

(c) 2.8, 2.08, 2.88, 2.008

(d) 6.1261, 6.28, 6.05, 6.2


3. Rewrite the following in descending order:

(a) 0.03, 1.03, 0.13, 1.13

(b) 25.29, 29.25, 25.9, 29.5

(c) 6.06, 0.66, 6.6, 6.0

(d) 20, 18.08, 20.02, 18.8


4. Which is the largest decimal number: 94.002, 94.123 or 94.103?

5. Which is the smallest decimal number: 10.01, 10.13 or 10.10?

6. Compare the given decimals and put >,< or =.

(i) 3.66 ………. 13.66

(ii) 7.268 ………. 7.291

(iii) 22.16 ………. 22.06

(iv) 0.5 ………. 0.005

(v) 132.09 ………. 113.89

(vi) 9.881 ………. 9.818


7. Arrange the given decimals in increasing order in the rocket.

9.02, 15.1, 2.88, 2.56, 0.96, 6.376

8. Arrange the given decimals in increasing order:

(i) 3.15, 0.624, 7

(ii) 10.004, 10.26, 10.307

(iii) 8.13, 8.31, 8.013

(iv) 60.211, 60.711, 60.112

(v) 0.732, 0.327, 0.372


Answers for the worksheet on comparing and ordering decimals are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (a) <

(b) <

(c) >

(d) <

(e) >

(f) <

(g) >

(h) >

(i) <


2. (a) 7.002, 7.048, 7.05, 7.2

(b) 2.37, 2.7, 3.01, 3.1

(c) 2.008, 2.08, 2.8, 2.88

(d) 6.05, 6.1261, 6.2, 6.28


3. (a) 1.13, 1.03, 0.13, 0.03

(b) 29.5, 29.25, 25.9, 25.29

(c) 6.6, 6.06, 6.0, 0.66

(d) 20.02, 20.00, 18.8, 18.08


4. 94.123


5. 10.01

6. (i) <

(ii) <

(iii) >

(iv) >

(v) >

(vi) >


7. 

Arranging Decimals

8. (i) 0.624, 3.15, 7

(ii) 10.004, 10.26, 10.307

(iii) 8.013, 8.13, 8.31

(iv) 60.112, 60.211, 60.711

(v) 0.327, 0.372, 0.732




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