Coming up.... 1 Get the point?!. 2 Decimals You see them all around For instance in money!... Can you think of any more examples? In pairs: List as many.

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Coming up.... 1 Get the point?!

2 Decimals You see them all around For instance in money!... Can you think of any more examples? In pairs: List as many examples of using decimals as possible and feed back to the group. You have 2 minutes!

3 DECIMALS

4 PLACE VALUE Hundreds 100s Tens 10s Units 1s.Tenths 10ths Hundredths 100ths Thousandths 1000ths 14.13 7.509

Hundreds TensUnits. _1_ 10 Tenths _1_ 100 Hundredths _1_ 1000 Thousandths... 54 Hundreds TensUnits. _1_ 10 Tenths _1_ 100 Hundredths _1_ 1000 Thousandths... 076 71 3 805 Multiply by 10 – move the digits one place to the left Multiply by 100 – move the digits two places to the left 20 83 0 0

Hundreds TensUnits. _1_ 10 Tenths _1_ 100 Hundredths _1_ 1000 Thousandths... 54 Hundreds TensUnits. _1_ 10 Tenths _1_ 100 Hundredths _1_ 1000 Thousandths... 07 71 3 8 0 5 Divide by 10 – move the digits one place to the right Divide by 100 – move the digits two places to the right 20 89 0 0 0 0 5

Pounds to Pence Conversion quiz Remember! 100p = £1 1p = £0.01

Convert the following amounts from pounds to pence: £5 £2.50 £3.75 £1.99 £0.70 £6.07 £89.65 £22.09 £46.33

Convert the following amounts from pounds to pence: £5 = 500p £2.50 = 250p £3.75 = 375p £1.99 = 199p £0.70 = 70p £6.07 = 607p £89.65= 8965p £22.09 = 2209p £46.33 = 4633p

10 ADDITION LINE UP DECIMAL POINTS EXACTLY Then do the addition E.g. 2.34 + 18.034

11 SUBTRACTION LINE UP DECIMAL POINTS EXACTLY Then do the subtraction 234 – 3.56

When are you going to use these skills? Personal finances: Budgeting Bank account Job: Cash floats / tills Ordering parts / expenses 12

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