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I don't understand ordering numbers in comparing,could you explain it to me.


I'm not sure what your question is asking, can you give an example of the prolblem you're doing?
Typically, we order numbers by arranging them from least to greatest or the other way. Comparing means to determine which is larger or smaller and arranging them the way you're asked to do.

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