# Worksheet: Ordering Decimals: Tenths and Hundredths

In this worksheet, we will practice using models and place value tables to order numbers with up to two decimal places.

**Q1: **

The table below shows the finishing times for four runners in a 100 m race.

Runner | Elizabeth | Charlotte | Isabella | Jennifer |
---|---|---|---|---|

Time(s) | 14.31 | 13.84 | 13.97 | 13.79 |

In what order did the runners cross the finishing line?

- AJennifer, Charlotte, Isabella, Elizabeth
- BJennifer, Elizabeth, Charlotte, Isabella
- CJennifer, Isabella, Charlotte, Elizabeth
- DElizabeth, Charlotte, Isabella, Jennifer
- EIsabella, Jennifer, Charlotte, Elizabeth

**Q2: **

Find the first three numbers greater than 50.8 that have two decimal places.

- A50.91, 50.92, 50.93
- B50.94, 50.95, 50.96
- C50.81, 50.82, 50.83
- D50.84, 50.85, 50.86

**Q3: **

Complete using two consecutive whole numbers.

- A27, 28
- B28, 29
- C30, 31
- D29, 30

**Q5: **

Each model shows a different decimal.

Put the models in order so the decimals are ordered from greatest to least.

- AB, A, C, D
- BB, C, A, D
- CD, A, C, B
- DA, B, C, D

**Q6: **

The table shows the scores of a number of students.

Student | Benjamin | Emma | Michael | Chloe | Mason | Jacob |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Score (out of 4) | 3.12 | 3.05 | 2.98 | 3.65 | 3.09 | 3.9 |

Use the data to arrange the students from the greatest to the least score.

- AChloe, Jacob, Mason, Benjamin, Emma, Michael
- BJacob, Benjamin, Chloe, Mason, Emma, Michael
- CJacob, Chloe, Benjamin, Mason, Michael, Emma
- DBenjamin, Chloe, Jacob, Mason, Michael, Emma
- EJacob, Chloe, Benjamin, Mason, Emma, Michael

**Q7: **

Arrange the following numbers from greatest to least: 10.52, 10.65, 10.44, 10.32.

- A10.65, 10.52, 10.44, 10.32
- B10.44, 10.52, 10.44, 10.32
- C10.52, 10.65, 10.44, 10.32
- D10.44, 10.65, 10.44, 10.32

**Q8: **

Order the following numbers from greatest to least: 22.1, 22.2, 22.3, 21.9.

- A22.1, 22.2, 22.3, 21.9
- B22.3, 22.1, 22.2, 21.9
- C22.2, 22.1, 22.3, 21.9
- D22.3, 22.2, 22.1, 21.9

**Q9: **

A group of friends has decided to find out how much each of them weighs. The following table shows the results.

Name | Daniel | David | Jackson | Noah |
---|---|---|---|---|

Weight (kg) | 70.51 | 82.11 | 82.12 | 86.17 |

Use the data in the table to arrange the group of friends according to their weights, from heaviest to lightest.

- AJackson, David, Daniel, Noah
- BDavid, Daniel, Noah, Jackson
- CJackson, Noah, Daniel, David
- DDaniel, Noah, Jackson, David
- ENoah, Jackson, David, Daniel

**Q10: **

What is the greatest possible decimal number made up from the digits 8, 5, and 7 that is greater than 7 and less than 8?

**Q11: **

Scarlett arranged the numbers 3.47, 3.48, 2.68, and 2.78 from greatest to least in the following order: 3.48, 3.47, 2.78, 2.68. Did she arrange the numbers correctly?

- ANo
- BYes