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Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe VOCABULARY Decimals Teacher: Emilio Gómez Convers.. Assit. : Ronald C. Iaconer
Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe Decimal system A system of computation based on the number ten Example:
Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe Decimal number A number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal point Example: 3.27
Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe How do we say Decimal Numbers? Examples 0.1 zero/nought point one or point one 0.25 zero/nought point two five or point two five 1.75 one point seven five
Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe VOCABULARY Integer Numbers Teacher: Emilio Gómez Convers.. Assit. : Ronald C. Iacone.
Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe VOCABULARY Natural Numbers Teacher: Emilio Gómez Convers.. Assit. : Ronald C. Iacone.
Departamento Matemáticas Sección Bilingüe Fraction A number that names part of a whole or part of a group Example:
Numbers - large and small Be able to read Be able to write Be able to round.
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How do you read and write the value below?. In this lesson you will learn how to read and write decimals to the thousandths using a place value chart.
Lesson 4-3 Example Compare and Step 1Line up the decimal points. Start at the left. Compare digit to digit until you find the place.
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All of my three digits are multiples of three. They are all different. The digit in my 10ths place is even and smaller than the digit in my hundredths.
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Until now you have learnt to represent monetary values by means of the Euro microworld. In this part of the course you learn to represent numerical values.
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Rounding Which number is closer?.
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I like to look on the bright side of things, so I ALWAYS round up! Is that bad?
Multiplying by 10, 100 or 1000 x 100 = x 100 = x 100 = x 100 = x 100 = x 100 = C.
Thousands to Thousandths Unit 2 Lesson 2 Reading Decimals Say what you see before the decimal Say “and” for the decimal Say what you see after the decimal.
Significant Figures & Scientific Notation. Rules for SigFigs 1.Any non-zero digit is significant 2.Any trapped zeros are significant 3.Zeros to the left.
Divisibility Rules How do we know when we can divide one number into another exactly?
Place Value & Rounding Review. Place Value For the number 2, : The 2 is in the ___ place. The 6 is in the ___ place. The 4 is in the ___ place.
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