 # Decimal Place Value: Decimal points are read as the word “and”

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Decimal Place Value: Decimal points are read as the word “and”
Place values to the right of the decimal point represent part of a whole Read the numbers in groups of three then read the place value name Place values to the right of the decimal point end with “ths” Place values to the right of the decimal point “mirror” place values to the left of the decimal point

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Decimal Place Value: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Thousands Hundreds Tens Units Tenths Hundredths Thousandths

Rounding Decimals: Steps for Rounding:
Step 1: Identify the place value you are rounding to and underline it Step 2: Circle the number to the right Step 3: Determine whether to “round up” or to “round down” If the circled number is 0-4, the underlined number stays the same and all the digits to the right of the circled number fall off If the circled number is 5-9, the underlined number goes up one and all the digits to the right of the circled number fall off

Rounding Practice Problems:
Nearest Tenth Nearest Hundredth 4.6 4.58 13.8 13.80 179.86 179.9

Comparing Decimals: Steps for Comparing Decimals Values
Step 1: List the numbers vertically “Stack” the decimal points Add zeros as place holders as needed Step 2: Compare the whole number part then compare the decimal parts moving to the right (as you would if you were alphabetizing words) Step 3: Put in the correct order (from least to greatest or greatest to least)

Comparing Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Arrange each group of numbers in order from least to greatest. To Compare = Be Fair!

Comparing Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Arrange each group of numbers in order from least to greatest. To Compare = Be Fair!

Basic Operations with Decimals:
Addition and Subtraction Step 1: Write the numbers vertically “Stack” the decimal points Add zeros as place holders Step 2: Move the decimal point straight down into your answer Step 3: Add or subtract

Practice Problems: Find the sum for each. = 33.01 1 1 2.30 Be Fair! 3.71 3 3 .01

Practice Problems: Find the sum for each. = 14.113 1 1 3.140 Be Fair! 2.073 14 .1 13

Practice Problems: Find the difference for each. 31.73 – = 9 – = 23.5 – = 19.66 0.815 6.403 Be Fair!

Practice Problems: Find the sum or difference for each. 4.66 – 2.45 = = 25 – = 2.21 8.87 27.22 Be Fair!

Multiplying Decimals:
Steps for Multiplication Step 1: Write the problem vertically (just as you would a regular multiplication problem) Step 2: Ignore the decimal point(s) and multiply as if you were multiplying whole numbers Step 3: Determine where the decimal point goes in the product However many digits are to the right of the decimal point(s) in the problem… that’s how many digits are to be to the right of the decimal point in the product.

Multiplying Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Find the product of each. 2 x 3.14 = Note (2 dp) 314 x2 628

Multiplying Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Find the product of each. 8.097 x .05 = Note (5 dp) 8097 x5 40485

Multiplying Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Find the product of each. 1.042 x 2.3 = E X T N S I O Note(4 dp) 1042 Equivalent methods are possible x23 3126 20840 23966

Multiplying Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Find the product of each. 4.7 x 1000 = 3 x = 0.27 x 15 = E X T N S I O 4 700 1.701 4.05

Multiplying Decimals Practice:
Practice Problems: Find the product of each. (2.5)(1.5) = (1.3)(7) = 5.41 x 200 = E X T N S I O 3.75 9.1 1 082

Dividing with Decimals:
There are 2 types of division problems involving decimal points: No decimal in the divisor Decimal in the divisor

Division with Decimals:
NO decimal point in the divisor… Step 1: Write the problem in the traditional long division format Step 2: Move the decimal point in the dividend straight up into the quotient Step 3: Divide as usual Remember to divide out one more place than you are rounding to…

Division with Decimals:
Yes…Decimal point in the divisor… Step 1: Write the problem in the traditional long division format Step 2: Move the decimal point in the divisor to the far right of the divisor Step 3: Move the decimal point the SAME number of places in the dividend Step 4: Move the decimal point in the dividend straight up into the quotient Step 5: Divide as usual Remember to divide out one more place than you are rounding to…

Division Practice: Practice Problems: Find the quotient for each.
3.753  3 = 8.7  100 = 245.9 ÷ 1000 = 0.65 ÷ 5 = 1.251 3 1.251 0.087 0.2459 0.13 3.753

Division Practice: Practice Problems: Find the quotient for each.
428.6 ÷ 2 = 2.436 ÷ 0.12 = 4.563 ÷ = 21.35 ÷ 0.7 = 2 E X T N S I O 214.3 20.3 1 521 30.5 428.6 12 243.6 3 4563 7 213.5

Division Practice: Practice Problems: Find the quotient for each.
97.31 ÷ 5 = ÷ 0.2 = ÷ 0.02 = ÷ 1000 = E X T N S I O 19.462 4.271 1.5004

Problem Solving with Decimals:
Follow the correct Order of Operations only remember to apply the rules that go with decimals. B.O.D.M.A.S. B – Brackets O – Of D- Division M – Multiplication A – Addition S – Subtraction Do whichever one comes first working from left to right

Order of Operations Practice:
Practice Problems: Solve each by following the correct order of operations. 2.3 x 4  = 3.5  x 0.13 = 2(7 – 2.49) = 14  (3.1 – 2.56) x 2 = E X T N S I O 8.6 0.7795 9.32 71.08

Order of Operations Practice:
Practice Problems: Solve each by following the correct order of operations. 5 + (7.8 – 5.5)2 – 9.3 = (40 ÷ 0.5 x 7) + 5 – 14 = -8 x – 4 = E X T N S I O 0.99 551 5.23

FINALLY GOOD LUCK in YOUR TEST