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At the end of this lesson you will be able to: Understand the value of a decimal by placing it on a number line. Understand the relationship a decimal number has to a whole number. Understand the connection of working with decimals related to careers that involve money management. Understand, interpret, and work with concrete objects and symbolic representations (e.g. pictures, numbers, graphs, computer representations).

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tens ones. tenths hundredths thousandths 101 0.10.010.001 Fill in Place Value Chart

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Read the number. Say the place value with a “th” at the end. 0.6 = six tenths 0.28 = twenty eight hundredths 0. 116 = one hundred sixteen thousandths

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Read the whole number to the left of the decimal point and “say” and for the decimal point and follow the steps for reading a decimal number less than one. 1.36 = one and thirty-six hundredths

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0.408 Four hundred eight thousandths 0.309 Three hundred nine thousandths 56.432 Fifty six and four hundred thirty two thousandths 408.0408 Four hundred eight and four hundred eight ten thousandths 1,690.8319 1 thousand six hundred ninety and eight thousand three hundred nineteen ten thousandths

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Forty-six dollars and five cents $46.05 Ninety dollars and ten cents $90.10 One hundred ten dollars and fifty cents $110.50 Fourteen dollars and seventy five cents $14.75 Fifty dollars and six cents $50.06

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