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Order from greatest to least fractions and decimals below

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What looks like the biggest number to you?
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44 over 44 which equals 1
Exactly, so that's your first number, all the other numbers are less than 1. Are you using all the numbers, or just the ones in the first pic?
um the pics are 2 different problems so lets do the first pic
okay, lets... What is the next biggest number do you think?
7 over 8?
right, 7/8 = 0.875
Yea!!
now its 0.38 then 0.4 then 9 over 22 ???
i mean 0.83 not 0.38
0.83 then 9/22, then 0.4
9/22 is slightly larger than 0.4
oh ok next pic
this one is tricky... what is the biggest number, you will need a calculator.
ok hold on
ok
2 over 3 ?
actually 0.67 is larger than 2/3
hmm ok ok .... i see
then 2/3?
yep
0.58?
or 7/12 i know that 7/12 is bigger than 5/9
here again, 7/12 is larger than 0.58
what about 5/9
is it bigger than 0.58
you tell me? what does your calc tell you?
5/9 = 0.55555555556
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which is less than .58
we are doing repeating decimals and terminating decimals on most
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