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Order arrangement
--- Introduction ---

This is a classical exercise: arrange given numbers (integers, decimals,
fractions, etc.) according to their order. And via the choice of
configuration parameters below, it can meet the teaching needs of a large
range of levels.

### Positive decimals I

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### Positive decimals II

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### Positive fractions I

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### Positive fractions II

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### Positive fractions III

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### Positive fractions IV

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### Positive fractions V

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### Positive numbers (small)

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### Positive numbers (medium)

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### Positive numbers (big)

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### Relative decimals I

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### Relative decimals II

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### Relative fractions I

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### Relative fractions II

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### Relative fractions III

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### Relative fractions IV

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### Relative fractions V

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### Relative numbers (small)

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### Relative numbers (medium)

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### Relative numbers (big)

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- Description: arrange given numbers according to their order. Serveur Wims de l'ESPE-Nice-Toulon - Université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis
- Keywords: interactive mathematics, interactive math, server side interactivity, algebra,number, order, real_number, relative_number, decimals, fraction, roots