# Lesson Worksheet: Ordering Decimals: Tenths and Hundredths Mathematics • 4th Grade

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 Time (s) Isabella Jennifer Emma Elizabeth 14.31 13.84 13.97 13.79

In what order did the runners cross the finishing line?

• AElizabeth, Jennifer, Emma, Isabella
• BElizabeth, Isabella, Jennifer, Emma
• CElizabeth, Emma, Jennifer, Isabella
• DIsabella, Jennifer, Emma, Elizabeth
• EEmma, Elizabeth, Jennifer, Isabella

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

Q4:

Which number is between 11.1 and 11.3?

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 Score (out of 4) Benjamin Emma Michael Chloe Mason Jacob 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 Weight (kg) Daniel David Jackson Noah 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?

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