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goformit100

  • 2 years ago

Any two decimal numbers can be compared among themselves. The comparison can start with the whole part. If the whole parts are equal then the tenth parts can be compared and so on.

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  1. goformit100
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    @kirbykirby @Rancd

  2. kirbykirby
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    Ok. Is the problem asking you to compare two numbers?

  3. Rancd
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    Yeah

  4. Rancd
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    bu decimals

  5. kirbykirby
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    Ok. For example.. if you have 10.123 and 10.124 and 10.122, can you classify these numbers from smallest to largest?

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