# McGraw Hill Math Grade 6 Lesson 10.4 Answer Key Comparing and Ordering Decimals

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## McGraw-Hill Math Grade 6 Answer Key Lesson 10.4 Comparing and Ordering Decimals

Exercises Compare and Order

Put the numbers in order from least to greatest.

Question 1.
.33 .333 .3333
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
The decimals are given in hundredths, thousandths and ten thousandths
So, the order from least to greatest is 0.33, 0.333, 0.3333

Question 2.
.39 1.39 .388 .393
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
The decimals are given in hundredths, thousandths.
So, the order from least to greatest is 0.388, 0.39, 0.393, 1.39

Question 3.
4.44 4.441 .44 4.439
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
The decimals are given in hundredths, and thousandths.
So, the order from least to greatest is 0.44, 4.439, 4.44, 4.441

Question 4.
7.78 7.7778 7.778 7.7777
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
The decimals are given in hundredths, thousandths and ten thousandths
So, the order from least to greatest is 7.7777, 7.7778, 7.778, 7.78

Question 5.
4.4 44.5 .445 445
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
So, the order from least to greatest is 0.445445, 4.4, 44.5

Question 6.
22.2323 22.2332 22.3 22.23222
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
So, the order from least to greatest is 22.23222, 22.2323, 22.2332, 22.3

Question 7.
1.765 1.7655 1.766 1.76559
If the numbers are arranged from the least to the greatest, then it is called ascending order. It is also called increasing order.
So, the order from least to greatest is 1.765, 1.7655, 1.76559, 1.766

Question 8.
.09 1.09 .08888 .090001