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Learning TargetsI can compare two decimals using >, <, and =.

I can use visual models to justify my comparisons.

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Comparing MoneyHow would you compare your money to your group members?

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Determine which number sentence is true.A. 2.61 > 2.16

B. 1.26 > 1.62

C. 2.49 = 2.94

D. 3.84 < 3.48

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Determine which number sentence is true.A. 3.59 > 3.95

B. 1.92 < 1.29

C. 1 = 1.00

D. 3.98 < 3.89

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Determine which number sentence is true.A. 1.35 = 1.53

B. 0.00 = 0

C. 1.48 = 1.84

D. 0.32 < 0.23

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Ordering Decimals
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Ordering Your MoneyBoys will order their money from least to greatest on the tile.Girls will order their money from least to greatest in the front of the room.

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Ordering MoneyAs a class, put yourself in order (according to your Money) from least to greatest.

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Order the numbers from least to greatest.A. 6.6

B. 6.7

C. 6.33

D. 7

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Order the numbers from least to greatest.A. 8.9

B. 8.6

C. 8.88

D. 8

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Using Visual Models to Order Decimals
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Double Number Line DecimalsA double number line is a visual model that can be used in a variety of ways. You can create a

double number line that can be used to compare tenths and hundredths. The top line will show tenths while the

bottom line shows hundredths.
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Georgia Performance Task

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Turn and Talk0.2, 0.22, 0.3, 0.30, 0.66, 0.6How would you create a double number line for these decimals?

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Reflection1.How did you know where to place the decimals on the number lines?

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3. How do you feel about today's lesson?