Here is one I have done as a group activity/game: Write out numbers of index cards, some rational, some decimal, irrational even that are close in value (ex: 3.15, pi, 16/5, etc) and hand one to each student. Students have to put themselves (physically) into ascending order by converting everything to decimals. This can be done as a race with other groups or just each group on their own having to finish successfully. Then rotate the cards with another group (each group has a different group of numbers). Hope that makes sense!
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