Adding Decimals Make sure that you line up your place values and add zeros where appropriate and then use regular addition rules to evaluate the expressions. 17.258
Subtracting Decimals Make sure that you line up your place values and add zeros where appropriate and then use regular subtraction rules to evaluate the expressions. 27.698
Multiplying Decimals Use your regular multiplication rules, and multiply the numbers. After you are finished multiplying, add the total number of decimal places that the factors hold, and move that many places to the left in your final answer
Dividing Decimals To divide, make sure that your denominator (outside number) is a whole number. If it isn’t, multiply it by 10 until it is a whole number. REMEMBER, WHAT YOU DO TO ONE NUMBER MUST BE DONE TO THE OTHER NUMBER IN THE PROBLEM. Next place the decimal right above where the decimal is in the new division problem. Follow regular division rules.
PEMDAS Project Your project will center around one math problem that contains each of the six operations in PEMDAS. Each operation must be present and the project must show each step done in the correct order, and the answer at the end of the project This will count as a test grade and you can earn up 15 bonus points for turning it in early. You MUST also turn in your rubric with your project!!!