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Ordering Fractions, Decimals, Percents Worksheet

Ordering fractions decimals and percents worksheets will help your students practice the concept of fractions, decimals, and percents. They’ll be able to order these in increasing or decreasing ways after solving them. Before they start solving these three, they must know what fractions, decimals, or percents are. Fractions are a part of a whole and are represented as a/b. Decimals are used to show numbers that have a value of less than a whole number. Example 2.3. Percent shows the no. of parts of the whole you have. It is represented by %. 100% means whole and 50% means half.

Grade 6
Number System
06.NS.C.7
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Teaching Ordering fraction decimals and percents Easily

 

  • Convert all the values in the same format. Here these all can be converted into a fraction form.
  • If possible, divide these numerators and denominators to put these in simplest form.
  • Take the L.C.M of denominators of all three fractions.
  • Convert them into like fractions.
  • Now that the denominators of all the fractions are the same, the fraction with the highest value of the numerator is the biggest, and vice-versa.


 

Why Should You Use an Ordering fraction, Decimals, and Percents Worksheet for your Students? 

 

  • These worksheets will help your students to solve fraction, decimal and percent problems easily. 
  • Students shall learn about various different new concepts such as: fractions, division, L.CM, and the rest of it. 


 

Download Equations with Ordering Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Worksheet PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun equations with Fraction, Decimal,  and Percents Worksheets pdf from here for your students.

Teaching Ordering fraction decimals and percents Easily

 

  • Convert all the values in the same format. Here these all can be converted into a fraction form.
  • If possible, divide these numerators and denominators to put these in simplest form.
  • Take the L.C.M of denominators of all three fractions.
  • Convert them into like fractions.
  • Now that the denominators of all the fractions are the same, the fraction with the highest value of the numerator is the biggest, and vice-versa.


 

Why Should You Use an Ordering fraction, Decimals, and Percents Worksheet for your Students? 

 

  • These worksheets will help your students to solve fraction, decimal and percent problems easily. 
  • Students shall learn about various different new concepts such as: fractions, division, L.CM, and the rest of it. 


 

Download Equations with Ordering Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Worksheet PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun equations with Fraction, Decimal,  and Percents Worksheets pdf from here for your students.

Teaching Ordering fraction decimals and percents Easily

 

  • Convert all the values in the same format. Here these all can be converted into a fraction form.
  • If possible, divide these numerators and denominators to put these in simplest form.
  • Take the L.C.M of denominators of all three fractions.
  • Convert them into like fractions.
  • Now that the denominators of all the fractions are the same, the fraction with the highest value of the numerator is the biggest, and vice-versa.


 

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