# Math

posted by Isaac

What set of instructions would you give somebody to compare decimal numbers?

1. Anonymous

Line them up, add extra zeros if needed, look at the first number to see wich one is biggest/smallest,then the second, and on and on untill you have the list crossed out.

2. Isaac

thank you

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