## Compare Two Decimals (to the hundredths place)

#### Aligned To Common Core Standard:

**Grade 4 Fractions** - 4.NF.7

How to Compare Two Decimal Values Learning decimals can be very tricky; especially when you have to compare decimal numbers with each other. In order to understand this, you need to learn about number 1; which is a whole. All decimal numbers are part of the whole 1. Let's further understand this with an example of two decimal numbers 0.54 and 0.85. Here, you are provided with two decimal numbers with an equal number of digits. With the following steps below, you can easily compare two decimal numbers. First, you will need to identify how closer each number is nearest to 1. Then the closest number to 1 will be the largest decimal number among the two. In this case, 0.85 is greater than 0.54 (0.85 > 0.54). It is simpler to compare decimal numbers when the number of digits is the same. However, for decimal numbers having unequal number of digits, we need to look at the decimal places of the number. If the tenth place of both decimals is different. Then simply, the number with the largest tenths value will be greater. For example: 0.45 < 0.72. In this case, 7 is greater than 4, so the greater decimal number is 0.72. A collection of lessons and worksheets that have students compare decimal values to the hundredths place.

### Printable Worksheets And Lessons

- Compare the Decimals
Step-by-Step Lesson- We give decimals to the thousandths place
and have you do a comparison.

- Guided Lesson
- Order decimals, compare them, and then place them in decreasing
order.

- Guided Lesson
Explanation - The column method of learning skill helps a great
deal.

- Practice Worksheet
- Compare all the decimals that you can. You will be a master after
this one.

- Compare
and Order Numbers 0.0001 to 10 5-Pack - A nice mix that includes
ones and tens places too.

- Matching Worksheet - Match the value of the place that is circled.

#### Homework Sheets

This section has you compare single decimals and order fractions from least to greatest. We also have you order the fractions in decreasing order.

- Compare Two HW 1 - Compare the digits, starting with the highest place value. The ones digits are the same. The tenths digits are different. The tenths digit in 0.567 is greater than the tens digit in 0.479.
- Least to Greatest HW 2 - Compare the digits, starting with the highest place value. The ones digits are the same. The tenths digits are different. Now compare from tenths digit. The bigger number is 5 on tenths place then 4 then 3 then 2.
- Decreasing Order HW 3 - Write the following decimals in decreasing order.

#### Practice Worksheets

A mix of all the skills we touched on with the homework sheets.

- Practice 1 - Write the following decimal in order from least to the greatest.
- Practice 2 - Compare the decimals below by using >, <, or = symbols.
- Practice 3 - Write the following decimals in decreasing order.

#### Math Skill Quizzes

I find these sheets to be a bit cramped as far as work area. Teachers asked me to keep it like this, I changed it once and got 5 emails that day on it.

- Quiz 1 - A mix of all the skills we have learned.
- Quiz 2 - Write the following decimals in decreasing order.
- Quiz 3 - Write the following decimal in order from least to the greatest.