# CLASS-6DECIMAL IN ASCENDING & DESCENDING ORDER

ARRANGE THE DECIMAL NUMBERS IN ASCENDING AND DESCENDING NUMBERS

Example.1) Arrange the numbers 24.52, 52.234, 75.12, 0.2345 in Ascending as well descending order.

Step.1) It has been seen that, all the given decimal numbers are unlike decimals. We can notice from the above number of series that, the maximum number of decimal places in the given numbers is four. So we have to convert each given decimal into one having 4 decimal places by annexing zeros.     If,  75 > 52 > 24 > 0

Step.2) In all the given numbers, first we have to compare the whole number part of the given numbers and we can find the whole number part is unequal.

So, 75.1200 > 52.2340 > 24.5200 > 0.2345

That is –  24 ones, 52 ones, 75 ones, 0 ones

Then, 75.12 > 52.234 > 24.52 > 0.2345

Given numbers if we arrange in Ascending orders then, the series should be like that -  0.2345 < 24.52 < 52.234 < 75.12

And if we arrange in Descending orders then, the series should be like that –   75.12 > 52.234 > 24.52 > 0.2345