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### Course: MAP Recommended Practice>Unit 33

Lesson 47: Comparing decimals visually

# Comparing numbers represented different ways

Examples of Khan Academy practice problems where you compare decimals, fractions, and number diagrams.

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• Do you have to turn it to a fraction?
• No you don't have to but he just showed it to help you
• I did the Practice: Compare decimals and fractions
there was a qeustion that said choose all answers apply
and i only chose 2 and I had to choose all 3 it said it was wrong why ?
• For a question that asks you to choose all answers that apply but does not tell you how many answers to choose, you must choose all of the correct answers (and none of the incorrect answers) to get the question right. So if there are 3 correct answers and you choose only 2 of them, then you will be marked incorrect.
• I only watched the video 5 times and then at the 6th time, on , i got it.
• on , it all makes sense because the least in the tenths place is 2.3, next is 2.4, and the greatest is 2.59 because it is closest to the whole number 3
• would i turn into a pancake if i ate a pancake?
• No, The phrase 'You Are What You Eat' means that it is important to eat good food in order to be healthy and fit. Example of Use: “I'm feeling more energetic now that I've started eating more salad.” Answer: “You are what you eat!”
• but I have the problem is the question told me compare some decimals, I do, but I always get wrong.
• Sal said 2 1's instead of 2 2's at the part when he was doing the 2.7 and 2.17! I seriously just noticed that!
• I noticed it to! why did the thingy not say so??
(1 vote)
• is there any other way to do this
• no because of crooton
(1 vote)
• do any of you have tips on how to make this less confusing?