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11/7/2018 Lesson 3.B Ordering Decimals (using a PVC) Do Now (10 min): Part |: Draw your PVC. Compare the decimals using <,>, or =. Circle the digit that makes the number larger. EXPLAIN why you chose your answer. 44.5 0: 059) 0. 006, begayse the digit > in the! place is greater than the digit ©_in the | 40" *"place 4s 0. 0416) 4 tenths, pecqnse the digit_“1_ | in the 10° place is greater than the digit C_ in the!|O™’place 5 tenths + 6 tens + thousandths&) 6 x 10 +5 x 1/10+ 0.08, becguse the digit_@ in the [a place is greater than the digit fee in the lace Part Il: Draw your PVC. Order the decimals from LEAST to GREATEST. Circle the digit that makes the number larger. EXPLAIN why you chose your answer. 1.483, 1.319, 1.438, 1.32 If you finish early, you can solve the problems around the room. Objective: SW order decimals up to the thousandths place by thinking about place value EXPLORE (10 min): If you would like to use the PVC or have trouble with the explore problem, you can get one from the front of the room. In our last lesson, we worked on comparing decimals. Today, you are going to tape your decimal card to the dry erase doors in order from LEAST to GREATEST. Record in your math notebook. Explain why you put your card where you did and your strategy. Ms. Billi: Travis, Jessica, Stephanie, Haily, Kiara, Abrar, Sebastian, Tenzin, Kaiya Ms. Arsenault: Goewyn, Hla, Paralaya, Jericho, Ethan, Rico