Compare two decimals greater than 1, recording the result of a comparison with the symbol >, =, or <. Justify the conclusion using a visual model.
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Fill in the blank with <, =, or > to complete the equation. Justify your comparison.
a. 1.24 _____ 2.24
b. 2.38 _____ 2.83
c. 4.38 _____ 4.5
d. 6.37 _____ 6.3
e. 10.0 _____ 10.00
f. 15.2 _____ 15.02
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Which comparisons are correct? Select the three correct answers.
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Choose one correct comparison from #1 and show or explain how you know it is correct.
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