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The least to greatest calculator is exclusively programmed to organize an unsorted list of numbers, decimals, percentages, and fractions in either ascending or descending order.

In mathematical context, it is a handy practice to arrange the given data in a sorted way before you apply various operations to obtain the results. You must know the following terms to compile the information that is not uniformly distributed.

**Ascending Order:**

"A practice of ordering numbers from least to greatest is called ascending order."

**Standard Form:**

The generic structure of ascending order is as follows:

**For example:** 5<6<7<8<10<...

** Descending Order: **

**"The arrangement of numbers from greatest to least is known as descending order." **

**S****tandard Form:**

**The general form of descending order is as follows: a>b>c>d>e>... **

**For example:** 9>6>2>1>0>...

Sorting the numbers in order from least to greatest is an easy process if understood properly. Let us work on the following problems below:** **

**Problem:**

**Arrange the following decimals least to greatest: 2.2356 , 2.2455 **

**Solution:**

**First, start from the most left and compare the first single digit in both numbers which is 2 as shown below: 2.2356 and 2.2455**

**Now move to the next one which is same in both numbers and is 2. 2.2356 and 2.2455 **

**Move to the third one digit in both numbers which is: 2.2356 and 2.2455 **

**As we see that 4 > 3, so the second number is the greatest one. 2.2356 < 2.2455**

**Input:**

**Write down the numbers either in the form of integers, fractions or percentages in the menu box.****Select either “least to greatest” or greatest to least” from the next tab.****Click ‘calculate’**

**Output:**

**Convert all the numbers into an easy format****Make a proper list according to the choice you selected**

**From the source of Wikipedia: Sorting, Insertion sort, Selection sort, Bubble sort, Merge sort, Quicksort From the source of Khan Academy: Number concepts, Percentages, Rational number operations . **

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