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Compare three decimal numbers by comparing lengths, mass, and liquid volume. Write a double inequality statement to show the comparison

A. Use <, =, and > to compare decimal measurements of length, mass, and volume

B. Use <, =, and > to compare decimal numbers based on an area model

C. Use <, =, and > to compare decimal numbers based on a number line

D. Use <, =, and > to compare decimal numbers based on a place value chart

E. Complete an inequality by choosing a mixed number, decimal, or decimal in unit form

G. Order decimal numbers in a double inequality statement based on a number line

H. Order decimal numbers in a double inequality statement

I. Order four decimal numbers in ascending order

J. Order decimals, fractions, and decimal numbers in unit form in a double inequality statement based on a number line

K. Order decimals, mixed numbers, and decimal numbers in unit form in a double inequality statement

L. Order four decimals, mixed numbers, and decimal numbers in unit form in ascending order

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