There may be questions on the GED math test that require you to compare or order numbers in two or three different formats (fraction, decimal or percent). The trick here is to convert them all to the same format, then it will be easy to compare them.
For example, if you were told that Shauna collected 75% of a bucket of strawberries, Jackson collected 4/5 of a bucket and Tina collected 0.3 buckets and that you had to put them in order from least to greatest, how would you solve?
To be able to compare them, convert all to decimals (you could convert them into whatever format you’re most comfortable).
The correct order is
.30, .75, .8
So the answer is:
Tina, Shauna, Jackson