Ordering Real Numbers

Ordering Real Numbers
Ordering Real Numbers
Ordering Real Numbers
Ordering Real Numbers
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This activity will strengthen students’ skills at comparing and ordering Rational & Irrational numbers. There are 3 number sets that include 5 different numbers and 2 number sets that include 7 different numbers for a total of 29 cards to be compared and ordered.

This activity is easy for the teacher to check due to each card having a corresponding letter.

The numbers sets include both rational and irrational numbers:
• Decimals
• Repeating Decimals
• Fractions
• Irrational Numbers
• Pi and Fractions Containing Pi

Please view the preview for a picture of the completed activity and to view all types of numbers included in this activity.

This product is not Texas specific but if you are a Texas Teacher it covers the following TEKS:
8.2D Order a set of real numbers arising from mathematical and real world contexts

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