# Comparing Fractions and Decimals Worksheet

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## Worksheet Overview

The comparing fractions to decimals worksheet maker is designed for students to practice working with fractions, decimals, equalities, and inequalities. It is also helpful for students to practice simple fraction to decimal conversions. The student’s goal with each problem is to correctly compare the numbers using the greater than (>), less than (<), or equal (=) symbols. The worksheet can be customized to include up to 24 randomly generated problems that are customized to your specifications. The problems are randomly generated, so you can create multiple worksheets without repeating the same problem sets. You can choose to limit the precision of the numbers to 1 to 5 decimal places. Additionally, you can include or exclude positive or negative numbers in the sets. The blanks in the headers can include places for name and date, ID, or class period. After the worksheet has been customized, it can be downloaded as a PDF in US Letter or A4 Paper Sizes. Each worksheet PDF includes a matching answer key for easy grading.

## Worksheet Features

• Up to 24 number pairs on each worksheet
• Choose the precision of decimals to include
• Includes a matching answer key
• Print or download the PDF in US Letter or A4 Format

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