This is the perfect follow-on from Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages (A), as learners use the equivalences in this previous worksheet to order FDP.
In section A, students have 6 pairs of numbers from which they have to decide upon the smallest. Students will have to convert between numbers to make their choice.
Next, students must order 3 sets of 4 fractions, decimals and percentages in ascending order. Section B starts with an example that encourages students to convert all numbers to percentages before ordering them in their original form. This avoids confusion in ordering decimals or fractions with different denominators.
Lastly, section C requires learners to find 2 numbers between 1⁄20 and 1⁄10, one decimal and one percentage and 2 numbers between 3⁄25 and 15% in fraction and percentage form. Only 1 example answer is given for each; a great conversation starter between student and teacher or between peers.