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I can compare two decimals using >, <, and =.
I can use visual models to justify my comparisons.

How would you compare your money to your group members?

A. 2.61 > 2.16
B. 1.26 > 1.62
C. 2.49 = 2.94
D. 3.84 < 3.48

A. 3.59 > 3.95
B. 1.92 < 1.29
C. 1 = 1.00
D. 3.98 < 3.89

A. 1.35 = 1.53
B. 0.00 = 0
C. 1.48 = 1.84
D. 0.32 < 0.23

Boys will order their money from least to greatest on the tile.

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

A. 6.6
B. 6.7
C. 6.33
D. 7

A. 8.9
B. 8.6
C. 8.88
D. 8

A 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.

0.2, 0.22, 0.3, 0.30, 0.66, 0.6

1.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?

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