# Least to Greatest Decimals Calculator

The least to greatest decimals calculator is one of our many sorting tools. But the unique thing about this one is that it sorts decimal numbers in ascending order.

The bigger surprise is that you can also enter uncalculated fractions, and it will sort them efficiently.

In the article below, we discuss some interesting topics, such as:

- How to sort decimals from least to greatest; and
- What are the benefits of sorting decimals.

## Least to greatest decimals calculator

The least to greatest decimals calculator is as user-friendly as it gets.

All you have to do is input the numbers you need to sort in any format. And the tool will arrange them in ascending order.

You may enter up to 50 numbers; the tool will swiftly sort them in ascending order. The integers you can input can even be fractions as **3/4 or (3+2×5)**.

Our tool will also solve the non-calculated integers into decimals for your convenience.

Let's consider an example. Suppose your input looks like this:

$3.2, 2.5, 13.75, 6/5, 2.1+2×3, 9.1$

The tool displays the result as:

$6/5, 2.5, 2.566, 3.2, 2.1+2×3, 9.1, 13.75$

The next result shows the evaluated and sorted version of the raw input:

$1.2, 2.5, 2.566, 3.2, 8.1, 9.1, 13.75.$

## How to arrange decimals from least to greatest

Decimals might seem scary, but you can **sort them easily like whole numbers**.

To sort decimal numbers in ascending order,

- Start by
**arranging the numbers from left to right**, beginning with the one having the lowest integer part. - Then,
**compare the digits**in each place value from left to right. - If two numbers have the same digit in the same place value, compare the next digit to the right.
- Continue this process until all of the numbers are in order from least to greatest.

## Benefits of sorting decimals

Ordering decimal numbers can be helpful in **organizing data** and making it **easier to analyze**. It can help **identify patterns and trends in data**.

Additionally, sorting decimal numbers assists in **identifying relationships between different data points**, which can help make predictions or decisions.

Finally, sorting decimal numbers **reduces the time needed to analyze data**.

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## FAQ

### How can I sort decimals from least to greatest?

To sort decimals from least to greatest, please follow the steps below:

- Note the decimals to sort.
- Arrange them in ascending order (smallest to greatest) using the digit at the unit's place.
- If you have two numbers with the same digit at the unit's place, use the digit in the tenth place(right to the decimal).
- For instance, after sorting,
**13.1**,**5.93**, and**5.7**will be**5.7**,**5.93**, and**13.1**.

### How are 3.2, 2.4, 3.9, 7.8 and 9.4 sorted from least to greatest?

**3.2, 2.4, 3.9, 7.8,** and **9.4**, sorted in ascending order from least to greatest, are:

**2.4, 3.2, 3.9, 7.8, 9.4**

You need to **sort them based on the digit before the decimal point**, but if there is a decimal with the same unit digit, then you move to the one right to the decimal. For instance, **3.2 and 3.9** both have **3** in the unit's place. In this case, we compare the numbers in the tenth place, **2** and **9**. Since **2** is smaller, the decimal **3.2 is smaller than 3.9**.