 2.11 Compare and order fractions, decimals, percents

Interactive practice questions

Arrange $\frac{6}{10}$610, $20%$20% and $1$1 in ascending order.

a

First, convert $\frac{6}{10}$610 to a percentage.

b

Now convert $1$1 to a percentage.

c

Which of the following arranges $\frac{6}{10}$610, $20%$20% and $1$1 from smallest to largest?

$20%$20%, $\frac{6}{10}$610, $1$1

A

$20%$20%, $1$1, $\frac{6}{10}$610

B

$1$1, $20%$20%, $\frac{6}{10}$610

C

$1$1, $\frac{6}{10}$610, $20%$20%

D

$20%$20%, $\frac{6}{10}$610, $1$1

A

$20%$20%, $1$1, $\frac{6}{10}$610

B

$1$1, $20%$20%, $\frac{6}{10}$610

C

$1$1, $\frac{6}{10}$610, $20%$20%

D
Easy
Less than a minute

Arrange $\frac{5}{10}$510, $100%$100% and $0.2$0.2 in ascending order.

Arrange $\frac{1}{10}$110, $70%$70% and $0.8$0.8 in descending order.

Arrange $\frac{9}{10}$910, $40%$40% and $0.5$0.5 in descending order.

Outcomes

6.NS.7

Understand ordering and absolute value of rational numbers

6.NS.7a

a. Interpret statements of inequality as statements about the relative position of two numbers on a number line diagram. For example, interpret –3 > –7 as a statement that –3 is located to the right of –7 on a number line oriented from left to right.