Exploring and Comparing Decimals

Grade Levels: 3 - 5

Name ___________________________________________ Date _________________

Write a decimal to match the shaded part of each set of grids.



Insert a >, < or = sign to complete the following equations.


4. 0.008  ________  0.07

5. 0.027  ________  0.270

6. 1.4  ________  1.40

7. 7.5  ________  7.455

8. 2.72  ________  2.81

9. 5.17  ________  5.137

10. 821.06  ________  821.016

  1. Digital Deals, Inc. includes 0.466 gigahertz, 0.550 gigahertz, 0.486 gigahertz, and 0.460 gigahertz in their new line of computer processing speeds. Arrange them from fastest to slowest. _________________________________________

  2. If a competitor, Cyber Speeds, develops a computer processing speed of 0.483 gigahertz, between which two of Digital Deals speeds will it belong? ____________

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