 ```5NBT Skills Review 1
Label the place value chart
with the correct labels.
.
Round .335
to the nearest tenth.
2 x 102=
Hundredths
Tenths
Circle the
number
that is
100 times
greater
than .3
3
30
Thousandths
.03
5NBT Skills Review 2
Write a number with a
“7”in the tenths place, a
“4” in the thousands place,
and a “3” in the hundredths place value.
Round .89 to
the nearest
tenth.
4 x 104=
.
Circle the
number
that is
100 times
greater
than .2
.002
200
20
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5NBT Skills Review 3
Write a number that is 103
times greater than 40.
Round .54 to
the nearest
ones.
Circle the
number
that is 103
times
greater
than .5
8 x 103=
.005
5.0
50.0
500.0
5NBT Skills Review 4
Write a number that is 103
times greater than .04.
Round .54 to
the nearest
tenths.
Circle the
number
that is 102
times
greater
than .5
7 x 101=
.005
.
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5.0
50.0
5NBT Skills Review 5
Write forty-five and seven hundredths in standard
form.
Round 5.69
to the nearest tenth.
541 x 8
Circle the
number
that is one
hundredth
of 3.
.3
300
.03
5NBT Skills Review 6
Write forty-five and seven hundredths in expanded
form.
Round 89.9
to the nearest tens.
Circle the
number
that is one
hundredth
of .2
903 x 100
.02
2
.002
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5NBT Skills Review 7
Write 532.32 in expanded
form.
Round .999
to the nearest tenths.
Write five
multiples
of the
number
“7”.
64.3 + 43.7
5NBT Skills Review 8
Write 47.002 in expanded
form.
Round .5.28
to the nearest tenths.
64.3 - 43.17
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Write five
multiples
of the
number
“11”.
5NBT Skills Review 9
Write 52.2 in expanded
form.
Round 45.8
to the nearest ones.
Circle all
the factors of 32
4
3
5.22 - 3.9
2
8
16
64
5NBT Skills Review 10
Write 52.2 in written
form.
Round 78.8
to the nearest tens.
Circle all
the factors of 48
4
3
5.22 + 3.9
2
8
16
64
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5NBT Skills Review 11
(3 x 103) + (2 x 1/10)
Which number below is
represented from the
above expanded form?
30.2
3,000.002
300.02
3,000.2
3,000.02
3,002
Round .297 to
the nearest
hundredths
Find all
the factors of 12
72.99 - .9
5NBT Skills Review 12
(2 x 101) + (2 x 1/10)
Which number below is
represented from the
above expanded form?
20.2
2,000.002
200.02
2,000.2
2,000.02
2,002
Round .781 to
the nearest
hundredths
72.99 + .9
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Find all
the factors of 45
5NBT Skills Review 13
Write seven hundred fifty
and fourteen hundredths
in numeric form.
What is .435
rounded to the
nearest tenth.
323
X 32
54.8 x .1
5NBT Skills Review 14
Write seven hundred fifty
and fourteen hundredths
in expanded form.
What is .435
rounded to the
nearest hundredths.
74.5 divided
by 5
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.023
X 100
5NBT Skills Review 15
Write 53.23 in expanded
form.
What is the value
of the “5” in the
number 42.045?
Circle the Least
Common Multiple for 4 and 7
4
7
14 28
Circle the LCM
for 10 and 20
.255 + .9
2
10 20 40
5NBT Skills Review 16
Write 53.23 in written
form.
What is the value
of the “5” in the
number 510.29?
Circle the Least
Common Multiple for 2 and 7
2
7
14 28
Circle the LCM
for 30 and 20
.25 x .9
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10 50 60 600
5NBT Skills Review 17
&lt;
Fill in are Area Model below:
10
5
.2
&gt;
=
.43
.420
.22
.033
2.53
3.530
50
Circle the Least
Common Multiple for 2 and 3
4
6
10 12
Circle the LCM
for 5 and 20
2
.9 - .81
5 10 20 50
5NBT Skills Review 18
Solve 323 x 10 using an Area
Model.
&lt;
&gt; =
.9
.47
.25
..250
9.9
1.99
.9 +.81
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Find the
greatest
common factor of 6 and
10.
5NBT Skills Review 19
&lt;
Solve using the Area Model:
10.2 x 20
&gt;
=
.4
.25
1.2
1.02
.9
432 x 6
.85
422 divided by 4
Write a number
that is 103 times
greater than .5
5NBT Skills Review 20
Solve using the Area Model:
66.3 x 3
51.6 x 20
Write a number
that is 103 times
greater than 78.
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Write a number that is
1
/10 the value
of 8.
5NBT Skills Review 21
&lt;
Write a number that has:
5 tens
4 hundredths
3 tenths
&gt;
=
.33
.331
.6
.066
5.5
5.50
.255 + .5
.255 - .05
Write a number
that is 102 times
that value of .1
5NBT Skills Review 22
Write forty-five million
one hundred sixteen and
seven tenths in numeric
form.
&lt; &gt; =
.3
2
5
.99
/3
1
/5
/3
.25
Write a number
that is 104times
that value of
100.
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How many
times greater
is 5.33
than .533?
5NBT Skills Review 23
Where did Sarah go wrong
in writing 532.42 in written form?
Round 58.4
to the nearest tens.
Find all the
factors of
50
Five hundred and thirtytwo and forty-two thousandths.
59.09 x 2
5NBT Skills Review 24
Where did Sarah go wrong
in writing .587 in written
form?
Round .871 to
the nearest
ones.
Five hundred eightyseven hundredths
32.5 divided
by 5
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Find all the
factors of
80
5NBT Skills Review 25
Solve using the Area Model:
&lt;
4.32 x 40
.002
.09
/3
1.00
.741
.75
3
&gt;
=
Find the
GCF of 4
and 10.
90.8 - 82
5NBT Skills Review 26
Solve using the Area Model:
5.25 x 20
Write a number that is 1/10
the value of 1.
.8 - .082
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Find the
GCF of 6
and 24.
5NBT Skills Review 27
Write a number that is
exactly 10,000 times lesser than 100,000.
&lt;
&gt;
=
.25
.025
.85
.841
3.2
32%
Find the
LCM of 3
and 12.
.54 x 100
5NBT Skills Review 28
Write a number that is
exactly 10,000 times
greater than .002
Round .238 to
the nearest
hundredths.
.84 x 104
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Find the
LCM of
10 and
12.
5NBT Skills Review 29
Estimate the sum for the
following number:
4.4
5.2
6.2
6.7
.005 x 4
.6
What number is 1/100
the value
of .2?
8.9 divided by 102
5NBT Skills Review 30
Estimate the sum for the
following number:
8.01
9.2
6.2
.8
5,005 x .2
2.5
.7 divided by 102
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What number is 1/100
the value of
1,000?
5NBT Skills Review 31
There are 10 millimeters
in 1 centimeter. How many
millimeters are in 200 centimeters?
10 x 103
Find all the
factors of
120.
(7 x 101) + (5 x 100)
+ (9 x 1/100)
5NBT Skills Review 32
There are 10 millimeters
in 1 centimeter. How many
millimeters are in 100 centimeters?
.92 x 103
.1 x 100
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Find the
LCM of 10
and 15.
5NBT Skills Review 33
10:05. How many minutes
12:43 to 4:43
10 mm = 1 cm
How many mm
in 9 cm?
Find the
GCF for 8
and 16.
Find five multiples of 9.
How many minutes?
5NBT Skills Review 34
10:05. How many minutes
1:24 to 4:40
How many minutes?
10 mm = 1 cm
How many mm
in 80 cm?
Find five multiples of 12.
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Find the
LCM of 12
and 18.
5NBT Skills Review 35
Write a number that 100
times the value of 2.58
There are 1,000
meters in 1 kilometer. How many kilometers is 1500
meters?
Order the following parts of
a whole on the
number line.
.5
.30
.987
1 whole
78.5 x 9
0
5NBT Skills Review 36
Write five thousand, two
hundred twenty-one and
six tenths in numeric and
expanded form.
5 cm = 50 mm
How many cm is
50,000 mm?
Place the following decimals in order
of greatest
to least.
.5 . 6 .09
.44 .01 .3
4.32 divided
by 3
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5NBT Skills Review 37
4
Write a number that 10
times the value of .004
(9 x 104) + (7 x 10-1)
Order the following parts of
a whole on the
number line.
.001
.7
.91
1 whole
400.5 x 9.3
0
5NBT Skills Review 38
Write ten thousand, five
hundred and nine thousandths in expanded form.
4 x 102
Place the following decimals in order
of least to
greatest.
.7 . 01 .4
.8 .001 .8
Write a number
that is 1/100 the
value of 4.4
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5NBT Skills Review 39
10 mm = 1 cm
100 cm = 1 m
Find two common
factors of 80 and
60.
How many centimeters are in
4 meters?
How many millimeters are in
50 centimeters?
Write the
following in
standard
form:
424 tenths
.9 - .88
How many millimeters are in 8
meters?
82 tens
729 tenths
5NBT Skills Review 40
10 mm = 1 cm
100 cm = 1 m
Find two common
factors of 20 and
60.
How many centimeters are in
5.5 meters?
How many millimeters are in
35 centimeters?
Write the
following in
standard
form:
24 tenths
5.29 - .9
How many millimeters are in
1.5 meters?
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82 thousandths
89 tens
5NBT Skills Review 41
100 cm = 1 m
1,000 m = 1 km
Find the GCF of 30
and 50
How many cm are in 9 m?
Write the
following in
standard
form:
80 tenths
How many km are in 500 m?
How many meters are in 8
km?
.97 - .018
456 tens
7 tenths
5NBT Skills Review 42
(9 x 102) + (5 x 1/10)
Find the LCM of 8
and 11.
Write the above in standard
form.
Write the above in written
form.
Write the
following in
standard
form:
79 hundreds
5.01 x .02
12 thousandths
100 tens
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5NBT Skills Review 43
Solve using the Area Model:
151 x 22
&lt;
.1
.25
.3
&gt;
=
.09
Find all the
common factors
of 100 and 200
.6
.333
.744 x .01
5NBT Skills Review 44
(1 x 100) + (4 x 1/100)
Find the LCM of 9
and 12.
Write the above in standard
form.
Write the above in written
form.
84.5 divided by 100
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.323 + .03
5NBT Skills Review 45
If the store make \$4,000 dollars
a day, how much money will in
make in 7 1/2 days?
Write a number
that is 103 times
greater than 3.2
Order the
following
from least
to greatest.
.8 .24 .09
.2 .04 .921
What are 3 factors
that equal 48.
___x___x___=48
5NBT Skills Review 46
Write a number that is 106
times greater than .009
What are 3 factors
that equal 64.
___x___x___=64
Order the
following
from least
to greatest.
.4 .04
.001
.001 .4 .111
7 x .001
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5NBT Skills Review 47
(9 x 105) + (4 x 104) + (2 100) + (6 x 1/10)
Write the expanded form in
standard form.
Write a number
that is 1/100times
smaller than 51.3
Circle the decimals that are
greater than
1/2.
.123
.32
Write it in written form.
.7
What are 3 factors
that equal 100.
___x___x___=100
.5
.65
.501
.499
.050
5NBT Skills Review 48
(4 x 103) + (1 x 103) + (2 101) + (4 x 1/100)
Write the expanded form in
standard form.
Write a number
that is 1/100times
smaller than 5
Circle the decimals that are
less than 1/3
.123
.32
Write it in written form.
.7
What are 3 factors
that equal 120.
___x___x___=120
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.5
.65
.501
.499
.050
5NBT Skills Review 49
(8 x 106) + (7 x 103) + (2x10 -1) + (6 x 1/100)
Write the expanded form in
standard form.
Write a number
that is 1000 times
larger than 2.8
Circle the decimals that are
greater than
1/4.
.250
.32
Write it in written form.
.24
What are 3 factors
that equal 1,000
___x___x___=1,000
.01
.2400
.001
.499
.75
5NBT Skills Review 50
Write a number that has a:
6 in the thousandths
5 in the tens
Write a number
that is 1/100times
smaller than .1
Circle the decimals that are
less than .09
2 in the millions
.123
1 in the tenths
.001
8 in the ten thousands
.007
What are 3 factors
that equal 240.
___x___x___=240
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.5
.091
.1
.0089
.002
5NBT Skills Review Day 3
5NBT Skills Review Day 3
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Snapshot Assessments
Snapshot assessments are designed to be used as a
quick assessment to see your students’ progress for
each standard in 5NBT.
There are 3 Snapshots for each standard. You can use
one before you begin teaching the standard, one for
the middle, and finally one to see students’ progress.
By using 3 different assessments for each standard, you can track
student growth. Included is a grade book with all the standards
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.1
1/10 to the Left
643.43
Score:
10 Times to the Right
782.25
The “3” in the hundredths place is
_________ than the “3” in the ones
place.
a) a hundred times greater
The “2’ in the tenths place is _______
than the “2” in the ones place.
a) a hundred times greater
b) ten times greater
b) ten times greater
c) ten times smaller
c) a hundred times smaller
54.04
800.08
The “4” in the ones is ___________
The “8” in the hundreds is ____
than the “4” in the hundredths.
than the “8” in the hundredths.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.1
1/10 to the Left
39,545.103
Score:
10 Times to the Right
854.224
The “3” in the ten thousands place is
_________ than the “3” in the
thousandths place.
The “2’ in the hundredths place is
_______ the “2” in the tenths place.
a) 10,000 times greater
b) 10 times the value of
b) ten thousand times smaller
a) 1/10 the value of
c) 1/100 the value of
c) 107 times greater
974.229
90,800.98
The “9” in the hundreds is
_________than the “9” in the
thousands.
The “9” in the tenths is _______
than the “9” in the ten
thousands.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.1
1/10 to the Left
9,145.093
Score:
10 Times to the Right
3,782.253
The “9” in the hundredths place is
_________ than the “9” in the
thousands place.
The “3’ in the thousands place is
_______than the “3” in the
thousandths place.
a) 1,000 times greater
a) 106 times greater
b) a hundred thousand times smaller
b) 10,000 times greater
c) 104 times greater
c) ten thousand times smaller
84.048
121.982
The “8” in the tens is ___________
than the “8” in the thousandths.
The “2” in the thousandths is
_______than the “2” in the tens.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.2
Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement
Score:
1.22 x _______ = 12.2
483 x 102 = _______________
a) 102
a) 48.3
b) 10
b) .483
c) 100
c) 48,300
64.9 &divide; 10 =
If 6 x 15 = 90, the 60 x 15 = ____
a) 649
a) 900
b) 6.49
b) 9,000
c) .649
c) 90
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.2
Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement
Score:
54.001 x _______ = 5.4001
.987 x 103 = _______________
a) 1/100
a) 987
b) 1/10
b) .00987
c) 10
c) 98.7
100 &divide; 104 =
If 4 x 35 = 140, the 400 x 350 =___
a) .100
a) 140,000
b) 100.12
b) 14,000
c) .01
c) 1,400
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.2
Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement
Score:
.254 x _______ = 25.4
4.154 x 104 = _______________
a) 102
a) 415.4
b) 1/100
b) .4154
c) 1,000
c) 41,540
57.98 &divide; 101 =
If .8 x 25 = 20, the 80 x 25 =___
a) 5.798
a) 200
b) 579.8
b) 20,000
c) 5,798
c) 2,000
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.3
Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000
546.25
Score:
five hundred twenty-one tenths
a) (5 x 103) + (4 x 102) + (6 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (5 x 100)
b) (5 x 102) + (4 x 101) + (6 x 100) +(2 x 10-1) + (5 x 10-2)
(3 x 106) + (2 x 102) + (8 x 101) +(2 x
101/10) + (5 x 101/100)
Write the expanded form above in
numeric form.
a) 52.1
b) 500.21
c) .521
Compare using &lt;,&gt;, =
53.2
fifty-three and two hundredths
5/
1000
.005
fourteen tenths
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.14
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.3
Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000
98.221
Score:
thirty-five thousandths
a) (9 x 101) + (8 x 101) + (2 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (1x 103)
b) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 1/10) +(2 x 1/100) + (1 x 1/1000)
a) .35
b) .035
c) .350
c) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 10-1) +(2 x 10-2) + (1x 103)
(8 x 104) + (7 x 103) + (8 x 101) +(7 x 101/10) + (8 x 101/100)
Compare using &lt;,&gt;, =
Write the expanded form above in
numeric form.
87.3
eighty-seven and three hundredths
8/
1000
80 hundredths
fifteen hundreds
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150
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.3
Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000
Score:
seven thousand five hundred fifty-two and six
tenths
1,000,509.04
a) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 101)
a) 7,552.6
b) 7,552.610
b) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 10-1)
c) 7,552.06
c) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) +(4 x 10-2)
Eleven thousand two hundred and one thousandths
Compare using &lt;,&gt;, =
Write the written form above in
expanded form.
4/
100
8/
10
30 tens
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.4
80 hundredths
300
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.4
Place Value Understanding and Rounding
Score:
Round 897.9 to the nearest tens
place value.
Round .329 to the nearest tenths
place value.
Which number shows 532.99
rounded to the nearest tenths
place value?
Which number shows .892
rounded to the nearest ones
place value?
a) 532.9
a) 1
b) 533
b) 1.02
c) 532.09
c).800
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.4
Place Value Understanding and Rounding
Round 53.2 to the nearest ones
place value.
Estimate the sum of the
following numbers.
98.9
Which number shows 5,789.3
rounded to the nearest
hundreds place value?
a) 5,800
b) 5,809.3
c) 5,700
Score:
10.3
9.5
.5
Which number shows .249
rounded to the nearest tenths.
a) .1
b) .300
c) .2
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.A.4
Place Value Understanding and Rounding
Round .978 to the nearest ones
place value.
Estimate the sum of the
following numbers.
2.87
Which number shows .111
rounded to the nearest
hundredths place value?
a) .112
b) .1
c) .11
Score:
.57
1.1
.6
Which number shows .999
rounded to the nearest tenths.
a) 1
b) .10
c) .9
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.B.5
Score:
Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100
732 x 43
A bakery makes 432 cookies a
the bakery make in 12 hours?
633 x 29
John runs 4.5 miles a day for 7
days. How many miles does he
run in 2 weeks?
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.B.5
Score:
Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100
Jenna has \$4.25 dollars. She wants save
\$.50 a day for 38 days. How much money
will she have altogether after day 38?
4,457 x 58
Tim wants to ride a total of 142.5 km this
week on his bike. If he rides 20.5 km a day
for 7 days, will he meet his goal? How
much more or less does he need to ride?
Mr. O’Reilly’s fifth grade class has 21 rocks
that weigh .8 grams each. Help the class
figure out the total weight of rocks in
milligrams. (hint: 1,000 mg= 1 gram)
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.B.5
Score:
Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100
If 4 quarts equals 1 gallon. How many
quarts are in 42.5 gallons?
.59 x 2.9
8,785 x.2
Charlie wanted to triple the amount of
flour in the recipe. If the original recipe
called for 4 1/2 cups of flour, how much
does he need?
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.B.6
Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in
the divisor– Pics and Area Model
Score:
What is the quotient with a
dividend of 784.50 and a divisor
of 6?
.075 &divide;3
What is the quotient with a
divisor or 4 and a dividend of
45.2?
Greg has eaten 7,892 calories over 5
days. How many calories does eat
each day?
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.NBT.B.6
Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in
the divisor– Pics and Area Model
What is the quotient with a
dividend of 2.54 and a divisor of
2?
Score:
Solve using an area model.
40
3
.2
800
660
4
120
9
.6
____
____
What is the quotient with a
divisor or 12 and a dividend of
.144?
How many miles did Linda drive each
day?
Total Miles= 562.50 Total Days Driven= 50
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Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in
the divisor– Pics and Area Model
Score:
What is the quotient with a
dividend of 5,420 and a divisor of
5?
966 &divide;42
What is the quotient with a
divisor or 40 and a dividend of
800?
Sam has collected 4,532 marbles over
88 days. On average, how many
marbles did he collect each day?
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.7
Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models.
.43 x .3
Score:
Divide 4.2 by .2
Find the difference of 83.9 and
5.32.
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Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models.
Sara measured the length of 5 books.
The measurements are listed below.
20 cm, 15.5 cm, 20.5 cm, 15.9 cm, 22.2 cm
Score:
A car can move 32.3 feet in 1
second. How far could it
travel in 12.5 seconds?
What is the total length of all 5 books in meters?
What is the product of 1.8 and 2.9?
Eight apples weigh 570 grams.
How many grams is one apple?
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.7
Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models.
Which is greater, .5 or .45? Explain
using words, pictures, or
calculations.
What is the sum of .89, 1.8, and 2.9?
Score:
Dan wants to share \$45.36 with his 6
friends equally. How much would each
person get, including Dan? Is there any
money left over?
Thirteen people weigh 910
kilograms. On average, how
much does one person weigh?
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1/10 to the Left
643.43
Score:
10 Times to the Right
782.25
The “3” in the hundredths place is
_________ than the “3” in the ones
place.
a) a hundred times greater
The “2’ in the tenths place is _______
than the “2” in the ones place.
a) a hundred times greater
b) ten times greater
b) ten times greater
c) ten times smaller
c) a hundred times smaller
54.04
800.08
The “4” in the ones is ___________
The “8” in the hundreds is ____
than the “4” in the hundredths.
than the “8” in the hundredths.
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1/10 to the Left
39,545.103
Score:
10 Times to the Right
854.224
The “3” in the ten thousands place is
_________ than the “3” in the
thousandths place.
The “2’ in the hundredths place is
_______ the “2” in the tenths place.
a) 10,000 times greater
b) 10 times the value of
b) ten thousand times smaller
c) 107 times greater
a) 1/10 the value of
c) 1/100 the value of
974.229
The “9” in the hundreds is
_________than the “9” in the
thousands.
90,800.98
The “9” in the tenths is _______
than the “9” in the ten
thousands.
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1/10 to the Left
9,145.093
Score:
10 Times to the Right
3,782.253
The “9” in the hundredths place is
_________ than the “9” in the
thousands place.
The “3’ in the thousands place is
_______than the “3” in the
thousandths place.
a) 1,000 times greater
a) 106 times greater
b) a hundred thousand times smaller
b) 10,000 times greater
c) 104 times greater
c) ten thousand times smaller
84.048
121.982
The “8” in the tens is ___________
than the “8” in the thousandths.
The “2” in the thousandths is
_______than the “2” in the tens.
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Standard: 5.NBT.A.2
Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement
Score:
1.22 x _______ = 12.2
483 x 102 = _______________
a) 102
a) 48.3
b) 10
b) .483
c) 100
c) 48,300
64.9 &divide; 10 =
If 6 x 15 = 90, the 60 x 15 = ____
a) 649
a) 900
b) 6.49
b) 9,000
c) .649
c) 90
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Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement
Score:
54.001 x _______ = 5.4001
.987 x 103 = _______________
a) 1/100
a) 987
b) 1/10
b) .00987
c) 10
c) 98.7
100 &divide; 104 =
If 4 x 35 = 140, the 400 x 350 =___
a) .100
a) 140,000
b) 100.12
b) 14,000
c) .01
c) 1,400
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Pattern of Zeroes and Decimal Movement
Score:
.254 x _______ = 25.4
4.154 x 104 = _______________
a) 102
a) 415.4
b) 1/100
b) .4154
c) 1,000
c) 41,540
57.98 &divide; 101 =
If .8 x 25 = 20, the 80 x 25 =___
a) 5.798
a) 200
b) 579.8
b) 20,000
c) 5,798
c) 2,000
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Standard: 5.NBT.A.3
Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000
546.25
five hundred twenty-one tenths
a) (5 x 103) + (4 x 102) + (6 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (5 x 100)
b) (5 x 102) + (4 x 101) + (6 x 100) +(2 x 10-1) + (5 x 10-2)
(3 x 106) + (2 x 102) + (8 x 101) +(2 x
101/10) + (5 x 101/100)
Write the expanded form above in
numeric form.
3,000,280.25
Score:
a) 52.1
b) 500.21
c) .521
Compare using &lt;,&gt;, =
53.2
5/
1000
&gt;
=
fifty-three and two hundredths
.005
fourteen tenths
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Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000
98.221
Score:
thirty-five thousandths
a) (9 x 101) + (8 x 101) + (2 x 101) +(2 x 101) + (1x 103)
b) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 1/10) +(2 x 1/100) + (1 x 1/1000)
a) .35
b) .035
c) .350
c) (9 x 101) + (8 x 100) + (2 x 10-1) +(2 x 10-2) + (1x 103)
(8 x 104) + (7 x 103) + (8 x 101) +(7 x 101/10) + (8 x 101/100)
Compare using &lt;,&gt;, =
Write the expanded form above in
numeric form.
87.3
87,080.78
8/
1000
&gt;
&lt;
eighty-seven and three hundredths
80 hundredths
fifteen hundreds
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Read, Write, Compare Decimals to 1/1000
seven thousand five hundred fifty-two and six
tenths
1,000,509.04
a) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 101)
a) 7,552.6
b) 7,552.610
b) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) + (4 x 10-1)
c) 7,552.06
c) (1 x 106) + (5 x 101) + (9 x 100) +(4 x 10-2)
Eleven thousand two hundred and one thousandths
Compare using &lt;,&gt;, =
Write the written form above in
expanded form.
4/
100
11,200.001
(1x104)+(1x103)+(2x102)+(9x1/1000)
Score:
8/
10
=
30 tens
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&lt;
80 hundredths
=
300
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Standard: 5.NBT.A.4
Place Value Understanding and Rounding
Score:
Round 897.9 to the nearest tens
place value.
Round .329 to the nearest tenths
place value.
900
.3
Which number shows 532.99
rounded to the nearest tenths
place value?
Which number shows .892
rounded to the nearest ones
place value?
a) 532.9
a) 1
b) 533
b) 1.02
c) 532.09
c).800
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Place Value Understanding and Rounding
Round 53.2 to the nearest ones
place value.
Score:
Estimate the sum of the
following numbers.
98.9
10.3
9.5
.5
53
120
Which number shows 5,789.3
rounded to the nearest
hundreds place value?
a) 5,800
b) 5,809.3
c) 5,700
Which number shows .249
rounded to the nearest tenths.
a) .1
b) .300
c) .2
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Standard: 5.NBT.A.4
Place Value Understanding and Rounding
Round .978 to the nearest ones
place value.
Score:
Estimate the sum of the
following numbers.
2.87
.57
1.1
.6
1
6
Which number shows .111
rounded to the nearest
hundredths place value?
a) .112
b) .1
c) .11
Which number shows .999
rounded to the nearest tenths.
a) 1
b) .10
c) .9
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.5
Score:
Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100
732 x 43
31,476
A bakery makes 432 cookies a
the bakery make in 12 hours?
5184
633 x 29
18,357
John runs 4.5 miles a day for 7
days. How many miles does he
run in 2 weeks?
63
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Score:
Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100
Jenna has \$4.25 dollars. She wants save
\$.50 a day for 38 days. How much money
will she have altogether after day 38?
\$23.25
Tim wants to ride a total of 142.5 km this
week on his bike. If he rides 20.5 km a day
for 7 days, will he meet his goal? How
much more or less does he need to ride?
yes, he rode 1km more
4,457 x 58
258,506
Mr. O’Reilly’s fifth grade class has 21 rocks
that weigh .8 grams each. Help the class
figure out the total weight of rocks in
milligrams. (hint: 1,000 mg= 1 gram)
16,800 mg
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.5
Score:
Multiplying Fluency with Whole Numbers and to 1/100
If 4 quarts equals 1 gallon. How many
quarts are in 42.5 gallons?
8,785 x.2
1757
170 quarts
.59 x 2.9
1.711
Charlie wanted to triple the amount of
flour in the recipe. If the original recipe
called for 4 1/2 cups of flour, how much
does he need?
13.5 cups of flour
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Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in
the divisor– Pics and Area Model
What is the quotient with a
dividend of 784.50 and a divisor
of 6?
.075 &divide;3
.025
130.75
What is the quotient with a
divisor or 4 and a dividend of
45.2?
11.3
Score:
Greg has eaten 7,892 calories over 5
days. How many calories does eat
each day?
1578.4 calories
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Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in
the divisor– Pics and Area Model
What is the quotient with a
dividend of 2.54 and a divisor of
2?
Score:
Solve using an area model.
40
3
.2
800
660
4
120
9
.6
_20_
1.27
_3_
What is the quotient with a
divisor or 12 and a dividend of
.144?
How many miles did Linda drive each
day?
Total Miles= 562.50 Total Days Driven= 50
11.25 miles each day
.012
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Finding Whole Number Quotients with up to 4 digits in the dividend and 2 in
the divisor– Pics and Area Model
What is the quotient with a
dividend of 5,420 and a divisor of
5?
966 &divide;42
23
1,084
What is the quotient with a
divisor or 40 and a dividend of
800?
20
Score:
Sam has collected 4,532 marbles over
88 days. On average, how many
marbles did he collect each day?
He averaged 51.5 marbles each day
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.7
Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models.
.43 x .3
.129
Score:
Divide 4.2 by .2
21
Find the difference of 83.9 and
5.32.
78.58
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.7
Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models.
Sara measured the length of 5 books.
The measurements are listed below.
20 cm, 15.5 cm, 20.5 cm, 15.9 cm, 22.2 cm
Score:
A car can move 32.3 feet in 1
second. How far could it
travel in 12.5 seconds?
What is the total length of all 5 books in meters?
403.75 feet
94.1cm=.941m
What is the product of 1.8 and 2.9?
Eight apples weigh 570 grams.
How many grams is one apple?
5.22
71.25 grams
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Standard: 5.NBT.B.7
Four Operations to the 1/100. Reasoning and Models.
Score:
Which is greater, .5 or .45? Explain
using words, pictures, or
calculations.
Dan wants to share \$45.36 with his 6
friends equally. How much would each
person get, including Dan? Is there any
money left over?
5 tenths is greater than 45
hundredths.
each would get 6.48. No money left over
50 cents is greater than 45 cents.
What is the sum of .89, 1.8, and 2.9?
5.59
Thirteen people weigh 910
kilograms. On average, how
much does one person weigh?
Each person averages 70 kg.
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Standard: 5.NBT.A.1
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Fractions Activity
Pretend that you are going to teach 4th graders equivalent
fractions. Create a model that you would be able to use to show
them what equivalent fractions look like.
Using a ruler, draw shapes that represent equivalent fractions.
1) Draw two shapes that represent 2 1/2 and 2 4/8. (Use a ruler to
ensure that they are exact fractions)
2) Draw two shapes that represent 5 1/4 and 5 4/16. (Use a ruler to
ensure that they are exact fractions)
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3) Draw 3 shapes that represent 9 1/4 , 9 2/8 , and 9 4/16. (Use a
ruler to ensure that they are exact fractions)
Make sure to label each fractional picture.
After each problem, write a sentence that tells that the numbers
are equal. Put a title on the top of the page.
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What’s the area of a rectangle with
the length of 3.9cm and the height
of 4.2cm?
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
(3 + 6) x 2
4x3-4
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
4 x 3 + 5 = 32
5 x 8 – 2 x 2 = 60
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
7–3x2
10 x 3 – 10
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
2 x 8 – 3 = 10
2 x 9 x 4 – 2 = 36
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
6+4x5
11 x 5 – 4
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
20 + 5 x 2 = 50
2 x 10 – 2 = 16
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
25 – 10 x 2
8–3+2x3
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
5 – 2 x 3 + 2 = 11
10 + 2 – 1 x 2 = 22
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
25 &divide; 5 – 5
5 – 3 + 24 &divide; 3
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
3+2x3–2=5
6+5–1&divide;2=5
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
7–3x2
10 x 3 – 10
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
2 x 8 – 3 = 10
2 x 9 x 4 – 2 = 36
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
2+5x3-2
80/5 + 1
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
6/3 + 3 – 1 = 4
10 x 3 + 5 – 5 = 30
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
8–1+5x5
7 x 3 x 6 - 10
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
8–4–3x2=2
10/5 – 4 x 2 – 8 = 2
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
7x4–3–3
10 – 3 + 27 &divide; 3
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
2 + 5 + 10 x 10 = 152
8 x 5 – 10 + 5 = 25
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Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
[ 6 + (9 – 5)] – 5
3 x [3 + ( 7 – 3) + 1 ]
Where would the parenthesis and
brackets go in this equation to get
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
10 – 4 + 3 x 2 = 6
4x3–5–2=9
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Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The sum of three and two multiplied
by four.
Ten less the sum of twelve and two.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Fourteen more than the product of
eight and seven.
The product of five and six
increased by eight.
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Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The difference of twelve an ten
multiplied by seven.
The quotient of eighty-four and two
increased by seven.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Three less than the quotient of
twenty and four.
The sum of ninety-two and ten
divided by two.
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Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The product of nine and eight
decreased by the product of three
and four.
The quotient of twenty-four and
eight doubled.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The difference of thirty-five and
seven divided by four.
The product of nineteen and two
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Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The quotient of 50 and 2 added to
the product of 4 and 5.
Take the difference 48 and 20 and
multiply by the sum of 3 and 7.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
15 less than the product of 10 and
20.
20 more the quotient of 100 and 10.
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Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Take the difference of 60 and 10 and
divided it by 25.
60 more than the sum of 4, 5, and 10.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
20 less than 30 added to the product
of 4 and 8.
The product of the 7 and 10 cut in
half.
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Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The difference of 12 and 10 tripled.
95 more the quotient of 60 and 2.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The product of 90 and 2 added to
the difference of 40 and 21.
5 times the difference of 10 and 3.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
9 times the product of 2 and 9.
Add 5 and 59 to the product of 3
and 4.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
50 less than 80 doubled.
40 more than 50 added to the
product of 6 and 10.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The sum of 88 and 12 divided by 10.
8 less than the product of 3 and 20.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Add the product of 8 and 4 to the
difference of 10 and 3.
Subtract the difference of 17 and 10
by the quotient of 20 and 10.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
50 doubled then lessened by 10.
The product of 50 and 20 decreased
by 100.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The quotient of 40 and 10 decreased
by 10.
8 less than 20 divided by 2.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
50 tripled and then increased by 10.
The product of 20 and 13 decreased
by the quotient of 20 and 5.
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The sum of 52 and 20 increased by
the product of 5 and 3.
30 less than the quotient of 600 and
20.
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
X starting number 8
Y starting number 10
X
Score:
Rule: +5
Input
Y
Output
12
2
7
10
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
10, 20, 30, 40, 50
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
62, 74, _______, 98, ________
Rule:____________________
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 2
Rule: Multiply by 2
Y starting number 6
X
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Score:
Rule: x 2
Input
Y
Output
10
5
2
20
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
100, 83, 66, 49, _____
2, 10, 50, 250
Rule:____________________
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 8
Rule: Multiply by 2
Y starting number 10
Rule: Multiply by 3
X
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Score:
Rule: divide by 3
Input
Y
Output
30
90
60
6
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
150, 140, 70, 60, 30
1, 5, 7, 35, 37, 685, ______
A) Subtract 10, Subtract 70
B) Subtract 10, Divide by 2
C) Subtract 10, Divide by 3
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 24
Rule: Divide by 2
Y starting number 50
Rule: Divide by 5
X
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Score:
Rule: Multiply by 5
Input
Y
Output
4
25
50
100
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
900, 180, 36, ______
.5, 5, 50, 500, 5,000
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
X starting number 8
Rule: Multiply by 10
Y starting number 1
Rule: Multiply by 10
X
Score:
Rule: Divide by 7
Input
Y
Output
14
21
28
35
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
1,000, 100, 10, 1, .1
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
500, 50, 60, 6, 16, ______
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
X starting number .2
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Rule: Multiply by 10
Score:
Rule: Divide by 10
Y starting number 1.5 Rule: Multiply by 10
X
Input
Y
Output
1,000
50
25
1
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
5,000, 50,
.5,
.005
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
_____, 60,
75.5, 91,
106.5
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
X starting number .1
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Score:
Rule: Multiply by 8
Y starting number .5 Rule: Subtract .05
X
Input
Y
Output
64
9
160
.25
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
1, 2, 12, 24, 34, 68, 78
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
1.25, 1.40, _______, 1.70, 1.85
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 150
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Rule: x .2
Score:
Rule: Divide by 100
Y starting number .5 Rule: x .5
X
Input
Y
Output
1,000
100
500
.1
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
10, 0, 5, 0, 5
18, 6, 9, 3, 6, ______
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 100
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Rule: divide by 5
Score:
Rule: Add 10, multiply by 2
Y starting number .5 Rule: divide by 5
X
Input
Y
Output
50
100
60
1,000
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
.25, .5,
1,
2,
4
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
37, 32,
16, 11, 5.5, _______
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
X starting number -5
Y starting number 2
Rule: subtract 2
X
Score:
Rule: divide 10, multiply by 2
Input
Y
Output
20
100
1
8
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
10,
-8, -2, 4, 10, 16
6,
2, -2, ______
Rule: ________________________________
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
(3 + 6) x 2
4x3–4
18
8
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
4 x (3 + 5) = 32
5 x (8 – 2 )x 2 = 60
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
7–3x2
10 x 3 – 10
1
20
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
2 x (8 – 3) = 10
2 x 9 x (4 – 2) = 36
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
6+4x5
11 x 5 – 4
26
51
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
(20 + 5) x 2 = 50
2 x (10 – 2) = 16
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
25 – 10 x 2
8–3+2x3
5
11
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
(5 – 2) x 3 + 2 = 11
(10 + 2 – 1) x 2 = 22
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
25 &divide; 5 – 5
5 – 3 + 24 &divide; 3
0
10
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
3 + 2 x (3 – 2) = 5
(6 + 5 – 1) &divide; 2 = 5
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
7–3x2
10 x 3 – 10
1
20
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
2 x (8 – 3) = 10
2 x 9 x (4 – 2) = 36
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
2+5x3–2
80/5 + 1
15
17
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
6/3 + (3 – 1) = 4
10 x 3 + (5 – 5) = 30
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
8–1+5x5
7 x 3 x 6 – 10
32
116
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
(8 – 4 – 3) x 2 = 2
10 &divide; 5 – (4 x 2 – 8) = 2
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
7x4–3–3
10 – 3 + 27 &divide; 3
22
16
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
2 + (5 + 10) x 10 = 152
8 x 5 – (10 + 5) = 25
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40
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.1
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Evaluate the following expression:
Evaluate the following expression:
[ 6 + (9 – 5)] – 5
3 x [3 + ( 7 – 3) + 1 ]
5
24
Where would the parenthesis and
brackets go in this equation to get
Where would the parenthesis go in
this equation to get the given
10 – (4 + 3) x 2 = 6
4 x 3 – (5 – 2) = 9
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The sum of three and two multiplied
by four.
Ten less the sum of twelve and two.
12 + 2 - 10
(3 + 2) x 4
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Fourteen more than the product of
eight and seven.
The product of five and six
increased by eight.
8 x 7 + 14
5x6+8
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The difference of twelve an ten
multiplied by seven.
The quotient of eighty-four and two
increased by seven.
(12 – 10) x 7
84/2 + 7
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Three less than the quotient of
twenty and four.
The sum of ninety-two and ten
divided by two.
20/4 – 3
(92+10) / 2
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43
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The product of nine and eight
decreased by the product of three
and four.
The quotient of twenty-four and
eight doubled.
24 / 8 x 2
( 9 x 8) – ( 3x 4 )
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The difference of thirty-five and
seven divided by four.
The product of nineteen and two
(35 – 7 ) / 4
19 x 2 x 4
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44
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The quotient of 50 and 2 added to
the product of 4 and 5.
Take the difference 48 and 20 and
multiply by the sum of 3 and 7.
( 50 / 2 ) + ( 4 x 5)
(48 – 20) x ( 3 x 21)
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
15 less than the product of 10 and
20.
20 more the quotient of 100 and 10.
10 x 20 - 15
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100 / 10 + 20
45
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Take the difference of 60 and 10 and
divided it by 25.
60 more than the sum of 4, 5, and 10.
(60 – 10) / 25
60 + (4 + 5 + 10)
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
20 less than 30 added to the product
of 4 and 8.
The product of the 7 and 10 cut in
half.
(30 – 20 ) + (4 x 8)
7 x 10 / 2
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The difference of 12 and 10 tripled.
95 more the quotient of 60 and 2.
(12-10) x 3
60 / 2 + 95
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The product of 90 and 2 added to
the difference of 40 and 21.
5 times the difference of 10 and 3.
(90 x 2) + ( 40 – 21)
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(10 – 3 ) x 5
47
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
9 times the product of 2 and 9.
Add 5 and 59 to the product of 3
and 4.
9x2x9
3 x 4 + 59 + 5
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
50 less than 80 doubled.
40 more than 50 added to the
product of 6 and 10.
80 x 2 - 50
(6 x 10) + 40 + 50
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The sum of 88 and 12 divided by 10.
8 less than the product of 3 and 20.
(88 + 12) / 10
3 x 20 – 8
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
Add the product of 8 and 4 to the
difference of 10 and 3.
Subtract the difference of 17 and 10
by the quotient of 20 and 10.
( 8 x 4) + ( 10 – 3 )
(17 – 10 ) – ( 20/10)
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49
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
50 doubled then lessened by 10.
The product of 50 and 20 decreased
by 100.
50 x 2 - 10
50 x 20 – 100
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The quotient of 40 and 10 decreased
by 10.
8 less than 20 divided by 2.
40 / 10 - 10
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20 / 2 – 8
50
Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.A.2
Write and Interpret Numerical Expression
Score:
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
50 tripled and then increased by 10.
The product of 20 and 13 decreased
by the quotient of 20 and 5.
50 x 3 + 10
( 20 x 13) – ( 20/5)
Write an expression for:
Write an expression for:
The sum of 52 and 20 increased by
the product of 5 and 3.
30 less than the quotient of 600 and
20.
(52 + 20) + ( 5 x 3)
600 / 20 – 30
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
X starting number 8
Y starting number 10
X
Y
8
10
9
12
10
14
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Score:
Rule: +5
Input
Output
12
17
2
7
7
12
5
10
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
10, 20, 30, 40, 50
62, 74, 86, 98, 110
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 2
Rule: Multiply by 2
Y starting number 6
X
Y
2
6
4
8
8
10
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Score:
Rule: x 2
Input
Output
10
20
5
10
2
4
10
20
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
100, 83, 66, 49, 32
2, 10, 50, 250
Rule: multiply by 5
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 8
Rule: Multiply by 2
Y starting number 10
Rule: Multiply by 3
X
Y
8
10
16
30
32
90
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Score:
Rule: divide by 3
Input
Output
30
10
90
30
60
20
18
6
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
150, 140, 70, 60, 30
1, 5, 7, 35, 37, 685, 687
A) Subtract 10, Subtract 70
B) Subtract 10, Divide by 2
C) Subtract 10, Divide by 3
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 24
Rule: Divide by 2
Y starting number 50
Rule: Divide by 5
X
Y
24
50
12
10
6
2
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Score:
Rule: Multiply by 5
Input
Output
4
20
5
25
50
250
20
100
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
900, 180, 36, 7.2
.5, 5, 50, 500, 5,000
Rule: multiply by 10
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
X starting number 8
Rule: Multiply by 10
Y starting number 1
Rule: Multiply by 10
X
Y
8
1
80
10
800
100
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Score:
Rule: Divide by 7
Input
Output
14
2
21
3
28
4
35
5
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
1,000, 100, 10, 1, .1
500, 50, 60, 6, 16, 1.6
Rule: Divide by 10
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Name:
Date:
X starting number .2
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Rule: Multiply by 10
Score:
Rule: Divide by 10
Y starting number 1.5 Rule: Multiply by 10
X
Y
2
1.5
20
15
200
150
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
5,000, 50,
.5,
.005
Input
Output
1,000
100
50
5
25
2.5
1
.1
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
44.5, 60,
75.5, 91,
106.5
Rule: Divide by 100
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Name:
Date:
X starting number .1
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Score:
Rule: Multiply by 8
Y starting number .5 Rule: Subtract .05
X
Y
.1
.5
1
.45
1.9
.40
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
1, 2, 12, 24, 34, 68, 78
Input
Output
8
64
9
72
20
160
.25
2.00
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
1.25, 1.40, 1.55, 1.70, 1.85
Rule: multiply by 2, add 10
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 150
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Rule: x .2
Score:
Rule: Divide by 100
Y starting number .5 Rule: x .5
X
Y
150
.5
30
.25
6
.05
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Input
Output
100,000
1,000
100
1
50,000
500
.1
.001
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
10, 0, 5, 0, 5
18, 6, 9, 3, 6, 2
Rule: Multiply by 0, add 5
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Name:
Date:
X starting number 100
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
Rule: divide by 5
Score:
Rule: Add 10, multiply by 2
Y starting number .5 Rule: divide by 5
X
Y
100
.5
20
.1
4
.02
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
.25, .5,
1,
2,
Input
Output
50
120
100
220
20
60
1,000
2020
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
4
37, 32,
16, 11, 5.5, .5
Rule: multiply by 2
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Name:
Date:
Standard: 5.OA.B.3
Analyze Patterns and Relationships
X starting number -5
Y starting number 2
Rule: subtract 2
X
Y
-5
2
-3
0
-1
-2
Score:
Rule: divide 10, multiply by 2
Determine the math rule for the
following pattern of numbers.
Input
Output
20
4
100
20
1
.2
40
8
Finish the number pattern by
following the rule.
10,
-8, -2, 4, 10, 16
6,
2, -2, -6
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Guided Problems
Customizable Pages
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #1
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
1.41 + .3
1
1
4
3
3
0
7
3
2.6 + .5
5.6 + .4
4.2 + 2.1
1.21 + 1.11
.05 + .04
9.5 + .4
4.9 + .3
24.2 + 3.2
.44 + 2.40
9.31 + .23
42.9 + .2
.9 + 2.2
3.4 + .4
6.45 + 2
5 + .4
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #2
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.9 + .85
1
9
0
8
5
7
5
4.3 + .5
7.9 + .1
45.6 + 4
.39 + .45
.67 + .9
9 + .36
78.6 + 1.9
25.1 + 2.3
.6 + 4.6
8.4 + .5
3.3 + 6
8.9 + .45
.9 + .9
4.6 + .99
.8 + 1.9
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #3
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
3.99 + .8
3
4
9
9
8
0
7
9
1.3 + .99
95.5 + .5
45.6 + 8.8
1.11 + .99
.36 + .4
8.6 + .44
52.1 + .5
5.4 + .6
.36 + .97
5.69 + .55
.7 + .8
8.99 + .01
8.6 + 7.33
.03 + .4
89.5 + .9
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #4
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.5 + .05
5
0
0
5
5
5
.99 + .99
5.9 + .9
78.6 + 2.4
1.69 + .79
5.66 + .8
.9 + .2
5.6 + .9
33.9 + .1
.09 + .5
4.88 + .3
65.4 + .9
.02 + .8
8.6 + .06
.3 + .44
10.9 + .4
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #5
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
6.1 + .05
6
6
1
0
0
5
1
5
.20 + .9
12.3 + 2.5
99.2 + 9
.8 + .99
4.55 + .8
1.55 + .6
22.3 + 3.5
98.2 + 3
.32 + 5
.88 + 2
78.2 + 5.1
.76 + .8
8.2 + .08
.3 + 9
38.4 + .2.8
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #6
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.5 + 25.4
2
2
5
4
0
5
5
9
9.9 + .03
2.09 + .3
74.4 + 9.2
.44 + 2.1
7.09 + .23
7.3 + .9
9.3 + 7.8
3.9 + 7.2
.3 + .09
.9 + .39
20 + .9
3.2 + .9
.22 + .09
.30 + 9
9.3 + 7
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #7
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
.43 + .3
3.45 + .7
9.32 + .09
4.6 + 2
.9 + 2
5.9 + .2
.09 + 1
.08 + .3
.09 + 9
.21 + .9
9.3 + .09
4 + .11
5.3 + .7
.3 + .03
3.4 + .01
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #8
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
.89 + 3
.323 + .224
.10 + .209
.201 + .1
.29 + .3
.09 + .211
.329 + .1
.22 + .001
3.2 + .8
3.4 + .9
.33 + .02
.3 + 91
.65 + .2
.001 + .6
.301 + .05
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #9
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
.09 + .111
.9 + .55
.45 + .6
.54 + .2
.09 + 2.1
.664 + .04
5.4 + 3.2
.7 + 3.3
.002 + .09
.52 + .5
.111 + .2
8.4 + .6
.9 + .009
.3 + .39
9 + .02
Adding Decimals for Smarties Class Work #10
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
.312 + .02
.32 + .009
.43 + .003
.04 + .111
.320 + .004
.409 + .3
.43 + .002
.321 + .6
.303 + .04
43.2 + .8
.09 + .11
.021 + .02
98 + .9
23.2 + .9
3.99 + .1
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
.334 + .3
3.7 + .3
.4 + .04
.009 + .2
5.44 + .3
.054 + .5
.56 + .032
.432 + .04
53.2 + .8
4.50 + .2
.440 + .1
3.44 + .06
.111 + .09
.21 + .23
.09 + .001
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
2 5 1
Add zeroes for a place holder.
+ 3 0
Solve
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
4 0
Add zeroes for a place holder.
+ 0 3
Solve
2.51 +.3
2 8 1
1.43 +.5
3.15 +.35
5.31 + .2
4.99 + .22
+
+
+
+
+
+
1.99 + .01
9.21 +.7
.99 +.99
3.82 + .9
.3 + .43
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1.
2.
3.
4.
4.7 +.5
.4 + .03
.9 + .9
4 3
1.4 + .9
+
+
+
+
+
+
9.01 + .98
2.11 + .02
1.23 + .5
2.90 + .1
.56 + .44
.01 + .99
+
+
+
+
+
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
.03 + .1
1
.8 + .08
.11 +.99
8.9 +.11
+
+
.44 + .66
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Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
0 3
Add zeroes for a place holder.
+ 1 0
Solve
.32 + .9
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
4 0 0
Add zeroes for a place holder.
+ 0 1
Solve
4 + .01
4 0 1
1.91 + .2
.09 + .90
8.88 + .2
+
+
+
2.10 +.80
9.98 + .01
.82 + .19
3
+
.1 + .09
+
+
+
+
+
+
1.9 + .89
.01 + .99
4.21 + .27
3.91 + .19
2.58 + .84
2.31 + .19
+
+
+
+
+
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
.99 + 2.1
+
.226 + .4
6 2 6
2.33 +.002
3.92 + .001
+
.8 + .08
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Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
2 2 6
Add zeroes for a place holder.
4 0 0
+
Solve
+
.8 + .08
+
+
.209 + .981
.001 + .299
+
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
6 7 6
Add zeroes for a place holder.
4
+
Solve
67.6 + .4
+
.999 + .111
+
+
+
34.9 +.9
+
25.2 +.98
.23 + .821
.098 + .39
32.2 + 2.8
+
382.2 + .3
+
92.3 + .77
+
.009 + .098
+
6 8 0
.728 +.219
+
4.09 + .99
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.432 + .6
+
.226 + .4
6 2 6
2.99 +1.89
23.21 + 1.89
+
.2 + .82
1.218 + .028
+
+
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
6 7 6
Add zeroes for a place holder.
4
+
Solve
67.6 + .4
10 + 5.22
.9 + 234.4
+
59.4 + 9.4
+
.672 + 9
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
+
.9 + 123.2
4.23 +.37
5.90 +.21
+
+
+
+
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Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
2 2 6
Add zeroes for a place holder.
4 0 0
+
Solve
20.4 + 3.3
+
.65 + .8
+
+
43.5 + .6
+
.09 + .08
5.7 + .999
+
6 8 0
4.25 + 5.79
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
value!
.955 +.49
.42 + .48
+
8.2 + 7.04
+
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Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
+
.998 + .86
+
+
value!
19 + 2.7
+
2.9 + 59
+
7.2 +.96
35.90 + 32.1
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
2.21 + .09
+
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
+
5.400 + 2.8
.5 + 2.8
+
+
4.5 + 4.46
+
.09 + .08
7.7 + .92
8.4 + 4.03
+
+
+
2.672 + 1.2
+
6.9 + 74.4
4.25 + 5.79
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
value!
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
23.4 + 4.2
4.4 + .23
3.438 + .6
9.3 + .8
3.2 + .92
234.3 + .9
+
+
+
+
+
+
93.01 + .4
.109 + .02
3.2 + .8
4.2 + .02
+
+
+
+
5.3 + .4
+
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Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
9.5 + .54
+
.4 + .02
+
4.9 + .22
+
100.1 + .2
+
.003 + .3
+
.99 + .2
+
3.4 + .9
+
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
2.4 + 9.92
53.3 + .94
6.98 + 8.9
.4 + .999
+
+
+
+
+
+
.982 +.23
.433 + .9
.24 + .928
.2 + .88
.332 + .93
.45 + .23
+
+
+
+
+
+
.343 +.93
.234 +.9
+
+
.209 + .3
+
.872 +.32
+
.2 +.102
+
3.23 + 4.1
+
23.89 +21.2
234.3 + .9
Name:
7.9 + 3.55
54.6 + 34.3
+
+
+
+
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.35 + .778
+
+
.43 + .678
.4 + .65
.66 + .9
+
+
.909 + .9
+
2.1 + 3.88
5.44 + 5.7
+
+
4.55 + .49
.322 + .56
+
.64 + 4.6
Score
_______ out of 18
+
3.45 + 4.4
+
1.222 +.89
+
.987 + .6
9.5 + .36
+
3.5 + 1.67
+
5.3 + 7.5
+
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Score
_______ out of 18
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3.
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Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
+
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Who Shouldn’t Have Played Ball in the House?
Parts of a Whole
Which Brady boy broke mom’s favorite vase by passing a basketball in the house? Solve this really long problem to
find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Convert the
ggg to a
decimal
fraction
𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏
ggg
+
𝟒𝟒 𝟐𝟐
𝟏𝟏
ggg
𝟒𝟒
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𝟏𝟏
𝟐𝟐
Check
Your
Work
ggg
Convert the
mixed number
ggg
into an improper
fraction
gggby .25
Multiply
ggg .5
Subtract
gggby .25
Multiply
STOP
ggg
2.87
STOP
Check
Your
Work
Who Did It?
Peter, he
was a
huge
sport’s
fan!
Round to the
ggg
nearest
hundredths
5/𝟒𝟒
Greg,
after
practicing
his
guitar, he
loved to
toss the
ball!
6/4
Bobby, the
youngest
child
always
enjoyed
playing
with his
brothers!
7/4
Last Man on the Moon did What?
Parts of a Whole
What did Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, do before he left? Solve this really long problem to find
out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Compare using
&lt;,&gt;, =
ggg
.52
gggby .05
Multiply
.5
Take the greater
number from
ggg
above an multiply
by 3
ggg
2
Round to the
ggg
nearest tenth
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
Check
Your
Work
ggg.35
𝟏𝟏
𝟓𝟓
Simplify the
ggg
fraction
into its
lowest terms
gggby 2
Divide
STOP
Write the decimal
ggg
as a fraction
He did what?
He hit a
golf ball
into
outer
space!
Write the decimal
ggg
as a fraction
1/4
He traced
his
daughters
initials
into the
moon dirt.
He stuck
the
American
flag into
the moon
dirt.
1/2
2/2
You’re Afraid of What?
Parts of a Whole
If you have Pteronophobia , you are afraid of… Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section
will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏
ggg
𝒙𝒙
𝟓𝟓 𝟑𝟑
ggg
ggg by 2
Multiply
𝟏𝟏
𝟓𝟓
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Check
Your
Work
ggg.06
ggg .03
Subtract
Take the
ggg and
numerator
multiply by .20
from ggg
above in
decimal form.
STOP
Write your
in decimal
form.
STOP
Check
Your
Work
ggg
Subtract
𝟒𝟒
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg .2
Subtract
What scares you?
Feathers,
you don’t
like being
tickled by
them!
.6
Pumping
gas! You
have a
fear of
petroleum!
.88
Words
that have
silent
letters!
The silent
“p” scares
you!
.68
Merry Christmas, now put up the Tree!
Parts of a Whole
What do children of France do on Christmas Eve? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one
section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Compare using
&lt;,&gt;, =
ggg
𝟏𝟏
𝟖𝟖
Round to the
ggg
nearest
hundredths
𝟏𝟏
𝟔𝟔
Take the smaller
ggg
Convert the
ggginto a
fraction
decimal
𝟏𝟏
ggg
Subtract
𝟐𝟐
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Check
Your
Work
gggby 1.5
Multiply
𝟑𝟑
𝟒𝟒
ggg by 2
Multiply
STOP
STOP
Check
Your
Work
Simplify the
gggto its
fraction
lowest terms
ggg.7
ggg by 3
Multiply
The children do what?
Bobby
Greg
Peter
They put
up the
Christmas
tree while
the
parents
watch.
They put
their shoes
near the
fireplace
so Santa
can fill
them with
candy!
They put
croissants
out on
the table
for Old
Saint
Nick!
6.49
5.49
5.39
You Used to Watch What?
Parts of a Whole
What was the first TV program that aired on American television? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your
answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Convert the mixed
number into an
gggfraction
improper
𝟐𝟐
𝟒𝟒
ggg .5
Subtract
𝟑𝟑
Take the
ggg and
numerator
multiply it by .25
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟐𝟐
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
Round to the
ggg
nearest tenths
ggg
Convert the
ggg
below into a
mixed number
gggby 5
Divide
What was on T.V.?
The
Twilight
Zone…or
A football
game! The
NY Giants
vs the
Washington
Redskins in
1939
The news
during
World War
II!
Everyone
wanted to
the evasion
of
Normandy!
.6
.7
.60
was it?
from ggg
above in
fraction form
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ggg .34
Subtract
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟑𝟑
𝟓𝟓
ggg
Who Braved the Atlantic Ocean from the Skies?
Parts of a Whole
Who was the first to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer
to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the Greatest
gggFactor
Common
of 12 and 18
𝟏𝟏
ggg2
𝟐𝟐
Multiply the G.C.F
ggg
by 2.50
Round to the
ggg
nearest ones
ggg10.25
Subtract
Take the
ggg and
numerator
multiply by 1.2
Convert the
ggginto a
Mixed Number
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
Convert into an
ggg
Improper
Fraction
STOP
Check
Your
Work
ggg3
𝟏𝟏
𝟒𝟒
ggg .75
Subtract
Who flew it?
Amelia
Earhart flew
to England
in 1921
before her
tragic
disappearance
in 1937.
28.25
The Wright
Brothers in
1918 flew
from South
Carolina to
Ireland.
28.5
In 1919, John
Alcock and
Arthur
Brown flew
from
Newfoundland to
Ireland .
28
Which Cartoon Character Made it to the Big Screen?
Parts of a Whole
Who was the first popular animated cartoon character? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to
one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the Least
Common
ggg
Multiple for 3
and 8
ggg 20
Subtract
𝟏𝟏
ggg by
Multiply
𝟓𝟓
𝟏𝟏
𝟐𝟐
STOP
Check
Your
Work
Round to the
ggg
nearest ones
Convert to an
ggg
Improper
Fraction
ggg .8
Subtract
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟑𝟑
𝟒𝟒
Convert to a
ggg
percentage
Who Helped Them?
Gertie the
Dinosaur in
1914!
𝟓𝟓
ggg
𝟐𝟐
ggg
Subtract
Popeye the
Sailor Man
in 1929!
Mickey
Mouse and
his Disney
Friends in
1913!
Convert to a
ggg
Whole Number
25%
.25%
75%
It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s a Man on a Motorcycle?
Parts of a Whole
Which American icon sailed across the Grand Canyon on a motorcycle? Solve this really long problem to find out.
Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the LCM for
ggg
10 and 12
Convert to a
ggg
Mixed Number
Multiply the LCM
ggg
by .05
ggg
Subtract
ggg 2.4
Subtract
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
ggg
2
Check
Your
Work
ggg
Subtract
𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
Convert the
Mixed Number
ggg
into an Improper
Fraction
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
𝟒𝟒
STOP
𝟐𝟐
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
Subtract
𝟑𝟑
𝟒𝟒
𝟐𝟐
𝟒𝟒𝟎𝟎
Who did it?
Evel
Knievel
sored 230
ft. across
the canyon
in 1975!
It was
Evel’s son
Robbie
who did it
in 1999
flying 228
ft!
1.2
1
Nobody ever
successfully
jumped the
canyon. It is
way too
large!
1 1/20
Can I Have Four Quarters?
Parts of a Whole
What was the first arcade video game…you know, the type that used quarters? Solve this really long problem to
find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
Simplify
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg.1
𝟐𝟐
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
Convert it to a
ggg
decimal
ggg .905
Subtract
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Check
Your
Work
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟓𝟓
𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
Chomp
Chomp
Chomp…
Pacman in
1981!
𝟏𝟏
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
Subtract
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest terms
ggg.09
ggg
Round to the
ggg
nearest tenths
STOP
Space
Stop the
alien
invasion in
1982!
Computer
Space, back
1n 1971, one
year before
Pong!
1/50
1/5
ggg
3/10
You’re Afraid of Work…Huh?
Parts of a Whole
If you probably don’t like work, or even homework…you have this known fear. Solve this really long problem to find
out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the LCM of 3
ggg
and 6
gggby .02
Multiply
ggg
Subtract
𝟏𝟏
ggg
𝟐𝟐
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest terms
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STOP
𝟓𝟓
ggg
𝟔𝟔
Check
Your
Work
𝟏𝟏
𝟔𝟔
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest terms
STOP
Check
Your
Work
ggg
Subtract
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest terms
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐
𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
𝟏𝟏
𝟓𝟓
ggg
What did they say you have?
Ergophobia
is the fear
of work,
including
homework!
Wurkobia
is the fear
of working
and which
includes
homework!
.11/15
1 1/15
is the fear
of taking on
including
homework!
1 16/15
Who Shouldn’t Have Played Ball in the House?
Parts of a Whole
Which Brady boy broke mom’s favorite vase by passing a basketball in the house? Solve this really long problem to
find out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
𝟏𝟏
𝟒𝟒
+
Convert the
decimal to a
ggg
fraction
3/4
𝟏𝟏
ggg
=3/4
𝟐𝟐
𝟏𝟏
ggg
𝟒𝟒
4/4
Multiply by .25
ggg
.75
Subtract .5
ggg
.5
ggg
3
Multiply by .25
ggg
.125
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
Round to the
nearest
ggg
hundredths
.13
STOP
𝟏𝟏
ggg𝟐𝟐
1 1/4
Check
Your
Work
Convert the
mixed number
ggg
into an improper
fraction
Who Did It?
Peter, he
was a
huge
sport’s
fan!
5/𝟒𝟒
Greg,
after
practicing
his
guitar, he
loved to
toss the
ball!
6/4
Bobby, the
youngest
child
always
enjoyed
playing
with his
brothers!
7/4
Last Man on the Moon did What?
Parts of a Whole
What did Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, do before he left? Solve this really long problem to find
out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Compare using
&lt;,&gt;, =
ggg
.52
&gt;
Multiply by .05
ggg
.15
.5
Take the greater
number from
ggg
above an
multiply
by 3
1.56
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ggg
.50
Check
Your
Work
𝟏𝟏
ggg 𝟓𝟓
15/5 or 3
Simplify the
fraction into its
ggg
lowest terms
4/5
Divide by 2
ggg
.78
Round to the
gggtenth
nearest
.8
STOP
STOP
Check
Your
Work
Write the decimal
as a ggg
fraction
8/10
Write the decimal
ggg
as a fraction
He did what?
He hit a
golf ball
into
outer
space!
1/4
He traced
his
daughters
initials
into the
moon dirt.
He stuck
the
American
flag into
the moon
dirt.
1/2
2/2
You’re Afraid of What?
Parts of a Whole
If you have Pteronophobia , you are afraid of… Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one section
will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
𝟏𝟏 𝟏𝟏
𝟏𝟏
𝒙𝒙 ggg
=
𝟓𝟓 𝟑𝟑 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
Multiply by 2
ggg
.74
𝟏𝟏
𝟓𝟓
Take the
numerator and
ggg
multiply by .20
.80
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ggg
.80
Check
Your
Work
Subtract .03
ggg
.37
4/15
from above in
ggg
decimal form.
8/10
STOP
Write your
ggg
form.
.4
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟒𝟒
Subtract
ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
4/10
Subtract .2
ggg
.6
What scares you?
Feathers,
you don’t
like being
tickled by
them!
.6
Pumping
gas! You
have a
fear of
petroleum!
.88
Words
that have
silent
letters!
The silent
“p” scares
you!
.68
Merry Christmas, now put up the Tree!
Operations with Rounding
What do children of France do on Christmas Eve? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to one
section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Round to the
nearest
ggg
hundredths
1.13
Compare using
&lt;,&gt;, =
ggg
𝟏𝟏
𝟖𝟖
&lt;
𝟏𝟏
𝟔𝟔
Take the smaller
𝟑𝟑
ggg
STOP
Multiply by 1.5
ggg
1.125
𝟒𝟒
ggg
1.83
Check
Your
Work
Multiply by 3
ggg
5.49
7/8
Convert the
fraction into a
ggg
decimal
.75
𝟏𝟏
Subtract
ggg 𝟐𝟐
3/8
Multiply by 2
ggg
6/8
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
Simplify the
fraction to its
ggg
lowest terms
3/4
The children do what?
Bobby
Greg
Peter
They put
up the
Christmas
tree while
the
parents
watch.
They put
their shoes
near the
fireplace
so Santa
can fill
them with
candy!
They put
croissants
out on
the table
for Old
Saint
Nick!
6.49
5.49
5.39
You Used to Watch What?
Parts of a Whole
What was the first TV program that aired on American television? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your
answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Convert the mixed
number into an
gggfraction
improper
𝟐𝟐
𝟒𝟒 =14/3
Subtract .5
ggg
1
𝟑𝟑
Take the
numerator and
ggg
multiply it by .25
3.5
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Subtract .34
ggg
.66
Check
Your
Work
𝟐𝟐
Round to the
gggtenths
nearest
.7
ggg𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
1 5/10
Convert the
ggg
below
into a
mixed number
1 3/10
Divide by 5
ggg
.7
from above in
ggg
fraction form
7/10
STOP
What was on T.V.?
The
Twilight
Zone…or
A football
game! The
NY Giants
vs the
Washington
Redskins in
1939
The news
during
World War
II!
Everyone
wanted to
the evasion
of
Normandy!
.6
.7
.60
was it?
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟑𝟑
ggg𝟓𝟓
13/10
Who Braved the Atlantic Ocean from the Skies?
Parts of a Whole
Who was the first to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer
to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the Greatest
Common Factor
ggg
of 12 and 18
6
𝟏𝟏
2
ggg 𝟐𝟐
25 1/2
Multiply the G.C.F
by 2.50
ggg
15
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𝟏𝟏
ggg 𝟒𝟒
28 3/4
Check
Your
Work
Round to the
gggones
nearest
23
Take the
numerator and
ggg
multiply by 1.2
22.8
Subtract 10.25
ggg
4.75
Convert the
ggg
Mixed Number
4 3/4
STOP
STOP
Check
Your
Work
Convert into an
Improper
ggg
Fraction
19/4
Subtract .75
ggg
28
Who Flew It?
Amelia
Earhart flew
to England
in 1921
before her
tragic
disappearance
in 1937.
28.25
The Wright
Brothers in
1918 flew
from South
Carolina to
Ireland.
28.5
In 1919, John
Alcock and
Arthur
Brown flew
from
Newfoundland to
Ireland .
28
Which Cartoon Character Made it to the Big Screen?
Parts of a Whole
Who was the first popular animated cartoon character? Solve this really long problem to find out. Your answer to
one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the Least
Common
ggg for 3
Multiple
and 8
24
Multiply by
ggg
𝟓𝟓
1
𝟏𝟏
Round to the
gggones
nearest
5
𝟏𝟏
Subtract 20
ggg
𝟐𝟐
3 1/2
Convert to an
Improper
ggg
Fraction
7/2
Subtract .8
ggg
5.2
STOP
Check
Your
Work
Convert to a
ggg
percentage
25%
Who Helped Them?
Gertie the
Dinosaur in
1914!
𝟓𝟓
ggg𝟐𝟐
12/2
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STOP
Check
Your
Work
Convert to a
Wholeggg
Number
6
𝟑𝟑
Subtract
ggg 𝟒𝟒
1/4
25%
Popeye the
Sailor Man
in 1929!
.25%
Mickey
Mouse and
his Disney
Friends in
1913!
75%
It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s a Man on a Motorcycle?
Parts of a Whole
Which American icon sailed across the Grand Canyon on a motorcycle? Solve this really long problem to find out.
Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the LCM for
ggg 12
10 and
60
Convert to a
Mixedggg
Number
1 8/10
Check
Your
Work
𝟐𝟐
Subtract
ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
18/10
Convert the
Mixed Number
into anggg
Improper
Fraction
58/10
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg𝟒𝟒
6
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Subtract
ggg 𝟒𝟒
1 1/20
𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
Multiply the GCF
ggg
by
.05
3
Subtract 2.4
ggg
3.6
𝟑𝟑
STOP
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟐𝟐
ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
5 8/10
Subtract
ggg 𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
1
Who did it?
Evel
Knievel
sored 230
ft. across
the canyon
in 1975!
It was
Evel’s son
Robbie
who did it
in 1999
flying 228
ft!
1.2
1
Nobody
ever
successfully
jumped the
canyon. It
is way too
large!
1 1/20
Can I Have Four Quarters?
Parts of a Whole
What was the first arcade video game…you know, the type that uses quarters? Solve this really long problem to find
out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
Simplify
ggg 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
.3
4/5
𝟐𝟐
Convert it to a
ggg
decimal
.11
Subtract .905
ggg
.095
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Check
Your
Work
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟏𝟏
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
ggg
𝟓𝟓
Subtract
ggg 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
10/50
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest
terms
1/5
ggg
.20
ggg𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
5/5=1
Round to the
gggtenths
nearest
.1
STOP
Chomp
Chomp
Chomp…
Pacman in
1981!
Space
Stop the
alien
invasion in
1982!
Computer
Space, back
1n 1971, one
year before
Pong!
1/50
1/5
11/100
3/10
You’re Afraid of Work…Huh?
Parts of a Whole
If you probably don’t like work, or even homework…you have this known fear. Solve this really long problem to find
out. Your answer to one section will carry over to the next section. Work carefully!
Find the LCM of 3
ggg6
and
6
ggg
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest
terms
13/15
𝟏𝟏
𝟏𝟏
Subtract
ggg 𝟔𝟔
ggg𝟓𝟓
16/15
1/30
𝟏𝟏
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest
terms
1/5
ggg𝟐𝟐
62/100
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Check
Your
Work
26/30
Multiply by .02
ggg
.12
Simplify to its
ggg
lowest
terms
31/50
STOP
𝟓𝟓
𝟔𝟔
STOP
Check
Your
Work
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐
Subtract
ggg 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
10/50
What did they say you have?
Ergophobia
is the fear
of work,
including
homework!
Wurkobia
is the fear
of working
and which
includes
homework!
.11 1/15
1 1/15
is the fear
of taking on
including
homework!
1 16/15
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #1
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
1.41 - .3
1
1
4
3
3
0
1
3
2.6 - .5
5.6 - .4
4.2 – 2.1
1.21 – 1.11
.05 - .04
9.5 - .4
4.6 – 1.6
.5 - .3
.69 - .05
7.59 - .44
6.1 - 5
4.25 - .14
1.98 - .45
.09 - .01
25.2 – 14.1
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #2
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
56.5 – 4.4
5
5
6
5
4
4
2
1
.54 - .4
45.3 – 12.1
12.2 - .1
4.29 – 1.1
.65 - .04
4.56 – 1.3
45.3 - .3
6.3 - .2
1.57 - .4
6.2 - .1
50.5 - .4
2.05 – 1.01
8.2 -.1
1.53 - .4
3.6 – 1.2
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #3
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.524 - .4
5
2
4
4
0
0
1
2
4
4.6 – .3
45.5 – 1.8
1.3 – .9
1.26 – 1.6
1.65 – .7
1.36 – .45
4.9 – 1.5
12 – 1.2
.25 - .1
.68 - .4
8.4 – 1.2
4.6 – 1.35
1.36 - .8
4.6 – 1.36
5 – 1.9
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #4
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
4.9 - .21
4
4
9
0
2
1
6
9
.6 - .04
45.6 – 2.7
14 -2.6
8 – 1.36
7 – 1.98
.98 - .8
45.5 – 4.7
78.8 – 2.4
9 – 1.75
6.45 - 4.54
6.9 - 4
4.25 – 2.1
6.3 – 2.75
.98 - .79
14.5 – 1.7
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #5
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
1.91 – .2
1
1
9
1
2
0
7
1
4.54 - 69
4.9 – 3
856.1 – 7.2
.66 - .4
.61 - .07
2.39 - .5
2.4 - .1
89.6 – 2.8
4.33 – 2.36
5.39 - .8
6.3 - .4
5.5 – 4
6.56 – 4.2
6.33 – 5.34
65 - .9
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #6
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.4 - .369
4
0
0
3
6
9
0
3
1
.3 - .111
.4 - .36
8.33 - .5
.879 - .659
.9 - .569
5.66 - .47
98.4 – 7.8
7.3 – 1.5
.4 - .36
.7 - .61
6.3 - .5
.6 - .45
7.22 – 3.65
1.36 - .45
2.9 - .1
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #7
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.39 - .2
3
9
2
0
1
9
.6 - .563
.9 - .12
4.36 -1.9
.3 - .296
.7 - .336
4.3 - .36
4.3 - .8
83.3 – 2.4
.6 - .25
.9 - .10
80.3 - .4
5.3 - .6
9.36 – 5.3
4.97 – 3.87
6.4 - .5
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #8
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
.71 - .300
7
1
0
3
0
0
4
1
0
.4 - .38
6.4 – 4.33
6.78 – 1.8
.9 - .82
.4 - .364
4.6 - .39
.9 - .1
1 - .2
.32 - .03
.33 - .2
78.8 – 1.5
6.3 – 1.99
1.34 - .9
7.8 - .33
81.3 – 1.8
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #9
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
6.3 - .9
6
3
9
5
4
.7 - .12
5.4 - .99
5.69 - .64
.1 - .009
.4 - .001
5.6 - .47
72.0 - .9
33.1 – 9
2.66 – 1
8.89 - .6
5.3 – 2.9
5 - .33
8.89 – 2
6.28 – 1.1
7 - .1
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Class Work #10
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Solve
87.2 - .3
8 7
2
3
8
6
9
.01 - .003
.1 - .03
.39 - .2
.1 - .099
.2 - .199
8.9 - .38
8.5 - .7
1.1 - .9
.8 - .45
.4 - .33
2.2 - .1
.37 - .2
8 - .01
4 - .03
3 - .7
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Test
How to Subtract Decimals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
3.44 – 3.2
.43 - .355
5.32 - .53
3.09 - .9
.53 - .004
93 - .5
5 - .35
3.09 - .5
3.53 – 2.5
5.33 - .7
1 - .06
.6 - .26
6 - .4
43.6 – 4.7
7 – 6.6
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #1
Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #2
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
1 4 1
Add zeroes for a place holder.
3 0
Solve
1.41 - .3
4.5 - .45
.93 - .35
1
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
8 2
Add zeroes for a place holder.
3 0
Solve
1
.82 - .3
5
2
2.31 - .2
3.29 - .92
2.9 - .91
1.5 - .2
.7 - .45
.75 - .4
5 - .99
.17 - .1
2.47 - .02
.87 - .32
_
.87 - .05
.99 - .95
1.5 - .11
2.1 - .02
2.8 - .95
3.7 - .35
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #3
Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #4
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
2 0 1
Add zeroes for a place holder.
1 0
Solve
2.01 - .1
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
2 0 0
Add zeroes for a place holder.
0 1
Solve
2 - .01
9 1
1
9 9
1.23 - .9
.92 - .3
5.25 - .6
.99 - .5
2.3 - .01
3.03 - .56
2.9 - .3
9.3 - .22
4.3 - .8
4.9 - .08
4.3 - .3
4.03 - .43
.5 - .41
.92 - .7
.9 - .57
5.3 - .03
6.63 - .5
4.72 - .9
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #5
Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #6
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
9 0 0
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
8 0 1
Solve
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
1 7 8 0
Add zeroes for a place holder.
2 0
Solve
17.8 - .2
.9 - .801
0 9 9
23.4 – 4.2
4.4 - .23
3.438 - .6
9.3 - .8
3.2 - .92
234.3 - .9
5.3 - .4
93.01 - .4
.109 - .02
3.2 - .8
4.2 - .02
.99 .- .2
9.5 - .54
.4 - .02
4.9 - .22
100.1 - .2
.3 - .003
3.4 – .9
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2.
3.
4.
1
7
6 0
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #8
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
1 9 0 0
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
1 0 1
Solve
1.9 - .101
1
8
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
1 8 3
Add zeroes for a place holder.
0 4
Solve
1.83- .04
9 9
1
7
9
3.66 – .25
5.66 - .43
2.447 - .111
5.32 - .223
9.1 - .2
1.1 - .9
6.44 – 4.3
65.43 – 2.45
.565 - .54
322.5 -32
8 - .99
1.555. - .6
.402 - .001
.67 - .2
86.4 – 3.2
655.6 – 2.4
.86 - .4
10.4 – 4.
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2.
3.
4.
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #10
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Remember to
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
line up place
Solve
1.
2.
3.
4.
value!
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
2.6 – 1.26
.987 - .324
5.3 - .111
.7 - .326
6.3 - .42
8 – 2.4
9.34 – 1.22
3.21 – 1.52
1.234 - .4
4.7 – 3.2
9.52 – 4.45
1.234. - .34
.5 - .250
.363 - .056
2.3 – 2.01
62.4 – 3.4
8.111 -.211
2.34 - .42
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2.
3.
4.
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #12
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Remember to
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
line up place
Solve
1.
2.
3.
4.
value!
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
44.6 – 4.76
.434 - .09
.832 - .3
.439 - .23
1.999 -.888
3.2 - .9
4.3 -2.92
12.09 – 4.4
3.220 - .338
9.9 – 8.3
43.45 – 2.3
5.335 .- .337
2.34 - .455
.892 - .8
.43 - .39
53.4 – 53.3
5.209 - .309
90.9 – 9.2
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3.
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties #14
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Add zeroes for a place holder.
Remember to
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
line up place
Solve
1.
2.
3.
4.
value!
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
4.9 - .96
.209 - .042
.434 - .27
2.449 - .898
9.1 - .872
9.2 – 3.9
4.39 - 2.32
54.02 -2.3
.099 - .023
1.3 - .4
86.4 – 4.6
.56 - ..004
.094 - .05
.345 - .21
.49 – 3
7.5 – 4.5
.430 - .09
.09 - .88
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2.
3.
4.
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties Assessment
42.6 – 1.53
.53 - .2
3.90 - .4
.33 - .3
432.3 – 321
4.3 - .32
86.8 – 4.55
54.55 – 5.77
3.09 – 3.009
5.09 – 2.4
4.55 – 4
4.77 - .555
34.6 – 43.4
45.87 – 6.54
3.6 - .66
.685 - .44
.532 -.4
2.46 - .32
Score
_______ out of 18
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Subtracting Decimals for Smarties
Subtracting Decimals for Smarties
How to Subtract Decimals
How to Subtract Decimals
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
1.
2.
3.
4.
value!
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Always line up the decimals which means line up the place value.
Bring down the decimal into the answer.
Remember to
Add zeroes for a place holder.
line up place
Solve
value!
Hands On
Great Activity to Reinforce
Decimal Concepts
Real World Math Application
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Distances from the Sun to the Planets
The distance of the planets from the sun is a difficult concept to visualize. To get a
quick understanding on how large our solar system is, imagine flying in a plane to the
sun. It would take over 15 years to reach the sun flying nonstop!
Below is a chart that shows the distance of the planets from the sun in kilometers.
Planet
Distance from the Sun
Mercury
57,910,006 Km
Venus
108,199,995 Km
Earth
149,599,951 Km
Mars
227,939,920 Km
Jupiter
778,330,257 Km
Saturn
1,429,400,028 Km
Uranus
2,870,989,228 Km
Neptune
4,504,299,579 Km
Pluto (dwarf planet)
590,000,000,000 Km
Your Job: We are going to scale down our solar system to centimeters so we can
visualize the distance of the planets from each other and the sun.
.
To do this, divide the
distance in Km from
the chart above by
10,000,000. If you
know how to divided
by the powers of 10
you don’t need a
calculator. It is just as
simple as moving a
decimal to the left.
Round it to the
nearest tenth.
Planet
Mercury
Distance from the Sun
5.8 cm
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto (dwarf
planet)
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Distances from the Sun to the Planets
Check your math before you move on to the next step.
Planet
Distance from the
Sun
Mercury
5.7 cm
Venus
10.8 cm
Earth
15.0 cm
Mars
22.8 cm
Jupiter
77.8 cm
Saturn
142.9 cm
Uranus
287.1 cm
Neptune
450.4 cm
Pluto (dwarf planet)
590 cm
Once you have our solar system scaled down to centimeters, you need
to transfer those measurements to the roll of paper.
Step 1: Paste the sun on the left side of the paper. Use yellow
construction paper to create the sun.
Step 2: Using a meter stick, measure the distances of the planets
from the sun in centimeters and place a mark on the paper. For
example, you will measure 5.7 cm from the sun and place a mark for
Mercury. When you are confident that your measurement is correct,
paste the cut-out of Mercury on the paper.
Step 3: After your first planet is measured and pasted, move on to the
rest of the planets. Measure twice, paste once!
*If you don’t have a roll of paper, just tape black construction paper
together or you can just simply complete the project on a hallway
wall.*
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Cut out the sun using yellow
construction paper
Materials Needed:
•
Roll of black paper or construction
paper taped together. Or you can “go
green” and just use a hallway wall.
•
Glue or paste
•
Scissors
•
Calculator if needed
•
White chalk for the asteroid belt
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Carefully cut out the planets. Don’t lose Pluto! Use yellow
construction paper to create the sun. Make it huge!
Saturn
Jupiter
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Uranus
Neptune
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Pluto
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When you are all finished, use white
chalk to create the asteroid belt.
How Much Would You Weigh on other Planets and our Moon?
Gravity is the force that pulls us towards the center of the Earth.
Our gravitational pull is determined by the mass of our earth. The
greater the mass, the stronger the gravitational pull. If you were
able to travel to other planets in our solar system, your weight
would change because each planet has a different gravitational
pull. Use the chart to figure out how much you would weigh on
the following objects in space.
The chart below represents how much 1 pound on Earth would be on other
planets and the moon in our solar system.
Mercury
Venus
Moon
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
.38
.91
.17
.37
2.36
1.6
.89
1.1
lbs.
lbs.
10.2 lbs.
lbs.
lbs.
lbs.
lbs.
lbs.
Pretend that you weigh 60 pounds here on earth. In order to find out how much
60 pounds would be on other planets you need to multiply 60 by the number in
the boxes below the planets (chart above). Write your answers in the boxes
above. Your answer is how much 60lbs (on Earth) would be on that
planet/moon.
**For example: If you weigh 60lbs. here on earth, you would weigh 10.2 lbs. on
the moon. 60 x .17 = 10.2 lbs.**
Complete the rest of the chart above.
How much would
you weigh on Jupiter?
multiply by 2.36.
How much would you
weigh on the Sun?
multiply by 27.1.
How much would
you weigh on Pluto?
multiply by .06.
I would weight
________ lbs. on
Jupiter.
I would weight
________ lbs. on the
Sun.
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I would weight
________ lbs. on Pluto.
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Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #1
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.5
2
.2
.1
0
4
5 x .1
5 x .01
5 x .001
.5 x .01
.5 x .1
4 x .1
4 x .01
4 x .001
.4 x .01
.4 x .1
9 x .1
9 x .01
9 x .001
.9 x .01
.9 x .1
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #2
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
5
.2
.2
1
.0
4
10 x .1
100 x .1
10 x .01
.2 x .2
.6 x 5
4 x .3
6 x .4
.9 x .8
.7 x .2
.01 x 5
.6 x .6
.8 x .02
.7 x .03
.3 x .9
.12 x 2
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #3
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
1 Factor is in Decimal Form
1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product
5
2
.2
1
0
.4
.22 x 2
.15 x .3
.4 x .06
.44 x .2
.8 x 5
50 x .3
40 x .3
.70 x .2
.6 x .30
30 x .6
70 x .2
7.1 x .3
6.5 x 2
65 x .2
45 x .2
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #4
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.2
5
.3
.0 7
5
.100 x 2
.1 x .50
.54 x 2
2 x 6.2
7.5 x .3
8.6 x .2
7.3 x .5
20 x .5
.20 x .5
7.9 x 3
79 x .3
85 x .01
.88 x .2
.6 x 66
90 x .5
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #5
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.6
2
2
1
.2
4
.02 x .6
85 x .5
.55 x .2
64 x .5
75 x .8
89 x .8
99 x .9
.99 x .9
89 x .4
5.2 x .6
.65 x .8
86 x .5
.61 x .9
8.8 x 6
.344 x 2
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #6
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
1 Factor is in Decimal Form
1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product
1
2
.3
3
.6
.64 x .9
9.4 x .9
7.3 x 5
.99 x .7
5.6 x 9
9 x .84
9.8 x .7
6.3 x 7
7.9 x .9
.45 x .9
1.55 x .4
1.66 x .2
1.89 x .3
19.2 x .3
17.3 x .2
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #7
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.3
5
.5
.1
7
5
.002 x 2.2
.001 x .50
.05 x .005
.003 x .3
.51 x .50
200 x .22
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #8
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.5
4
.6
.3
2
4
.654 x .02
.546 x .30
5.64 x 12
7.12 x .03
8.41 x .05
.005 x .02
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #9
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.0
4
7
.2
8
.002 x 2.2
.001 x .50
.05 x .005
.003 x .3
.51 x .50
200 x .22
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Class Work #10
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.0
8
.9
.0
7
2
8.12 x .02
.005 x .5
7.33 x .33
65.5 x .02
.009 x .05
95.5 x .03
Name:
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Directions: Solve the following problems. Write neatly and show all work.
.005 x .5
200 x .50
45.2 x .2
.03 x .03
.08 x 80
.49 x 20
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.002 x 30
.009 x 20
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #1
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #2
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
.5 2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.2
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
.1 0 4
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
5 .2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.2
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
1 .0 4
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.1 x 1
.01 x .1
.01 x .01
.001 x .1
.01 x 2
.001 x .2
10 x .1
100 x .1
1,000 x .1
.1 x .2
.3 x .01
.01 x .03
10 x .01
100 x .01
1,000 x .01
3 x .001
.001 x 2
.005 x .01
10 x 1.1
10 x .01
1 00 x 1.1
.005 x .2
.001 x .06
1 00 x 1.1
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Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #4
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
5 2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.2
numbers in decimal form.
1 Factor is in Decimal Form
1 0 .4
1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
1 .2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.3
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
.3 6
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.8 x .01
.08 x .01
.001 x 9
.7 x .07
.002 x 5
.8 x .8
.02 x .3
.06 x .5
.07 x .7
.6 x .6
.4 x .4
.5 x .5
.05 x .8
2 x .009
2 x .004
.8 x .9
.4 x .6
2 x .2
100 x 1.1
5 x .6
8 x .9
.9 x .5
2 x .06
.10 x .10
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #5
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #6
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.2
numbers in decimal form.
1 Factor is in Decimal Form
.4
1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
.1
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
.3
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.05 x 5
.2 x 200
.6 x 600
300 x .5
400 x .5
600 x .5
800 x .8
700 x .5
200 x .2
700 x .02
600 x .02
300 x .03
.50 x .3
.8 x 100
8 x .002
.003 x 100
.80 x .80
.40 x 50
.4 x .03
7 x .06
.03 x .7
.100 x 5
.9 x 1,000
1,000 x .5
2
3
6
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #7
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #8
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
7 0
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.4
numbers in decimal form.
1 Factor is in Decimal Form
2 8 .0
1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
.1
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
.0 3
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
2
.3
6
800 x .3
900 x .3
700 x .3
8,000 x .2
7,000 x .2
6,000 x .2
600 x .3
500 x .3
400 x .03
5,000 x .02
4,000 x .02
3,000 x .02
300 x .03
200 x .03
100 x .03
2,000 x .02
1,000 x .02
8,000 x .02
400 x .3
400 x .003
500 x .003
9,000 x .02
9,000 x .002
5,000 x .001
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #9
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #10
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
7 .2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.3
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
2 .1 6
2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
.5
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
.1 6
3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
.22 x .5
.61 x .3
.55 x .2
.202 x 2
200 x .3
.500 x .5
.65 x .4
74 x .7
45 x.2
.605 x .3
80.1 x 2
60.5 x .2
4.2 x .5
.61 x 2
.91 x .5
84.2 x .1
74.1 x 2
987 x .3
8.8 x .2
7.5 x .5
.65 x 4
.451 x 2
703 x .5
6.45 x 2
5
.3
5
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #11
Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #12
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
.2
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
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2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
1
3
3
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
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are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
3 Factors are in Decimal Form
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3 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
56 x .21
.65 x 3.1
4.2 x 4.2
5.6 x .65
4.3 X .41
.12 X 21
.50 x 5.1
6.1 x 3.1
.33 x .20
75 X .65
.48 X 2.5
6.5 X 8.1
.84 x .25
.45 x 3.2
87 x .51
4.1 X 7.8
.36 X 31
30 X .35
9.5 x 3.3
4.5 x 8.5
4.2 x .21
4.6 X 8.3
9.1 X .36
8.5 X .64
9
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Multiplying Decimals for Smarties #14
How to Multiply Decimals
How to Multiply Decimals
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1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
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are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
.1
numbers in decimal form.
2 Factors are in Decimal Form
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2 Numbers are in Decimal Form in the Product
1
5
5
1. Always line up the numbers, not the place value or decimals.
2. Multiply the two numbers like usual.
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3. Look at the factors. How many numbers
are in decimal form?
4. The product will have the same amount of
numbers in decimal form.
1 Factor is in Decimal Form
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1 Number is in Decimal Form in the Product
3.12 X .20
.326 X 5.5
6.15 X .22
.111 x 25
74.1 x 4.2
8.45 x .31
84.5 X .61
98.2 X .23
45.6 X .36
7.56 x 2.1
.214 x 6.2
7.64 x .71
.212 X 2.2
6.54 X .91
45.3 X 3.3
.555 x 2.2
.456 x 62
45.6 x .98
5.56 X 2.2
4.67 X .16
7.11 X .39
.569 x 31
75.2 x .36
45.6 x .32
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5
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Name:
Circle the product with the correct
decimal placement.
Circle the product with the correct
decimal placement.
Circle the product with the correct
decimal placement.
.001 x 5
400 x .2
.3 x .3
5
.05
.005
.0005
800
80
8
08
90
9
.9
.09
Circle the product with the correct
decimal placement.
Circle the product with the correct
decimal placement.
Circle the product with the correct
decimal placement.
.2 x .2
6.5 x .02
.001 x .01
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Multiplying Decimals for Smarties Assessment
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.004
4
.13
1.3
.013
13
.001
.1
.0001
2.5 x .3
5.2 x .2
.2 x .02
85.2 x 3
.33 x .3
.45 x 2
.00001
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Dividing Decimals for Smarties #1
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
x
5
x
3
4
0
x
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8
3
x
5
1
3
x
4
5
6
2
6
7
3
2
8
1
0
x
5
2
2
9
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #2
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
x
6
x
8
4
6
x
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3
9
x
4
7
7
x
2
9
4
6
2
7
6
2
7
3
8
x
3
6
6
6
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #3
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
x
5
x
4
9
5
x
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6
7
x
1
1
9
x
2
9
4
8
8
1
8
4
1
1
8
x
2
4
8
2
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #4
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
x
7
x
2
3
8
x
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6
9
x
8
2
8
x
4
4
4
3
2
1
2
2
5
6
8
x
5
1
9
4
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #5
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
x
10
x
1
1
0
x
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20
15
x
1
5
0
x
2
2
0
8
9
7
9
2
8
0
4
x
0
0
8
6
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #6
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
76.4 divided by 4
x
x
68.4 divided by 6
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x
.545 divided by 5
4.34 divided by 7
x
88.8 divided by 6
x
.445 divided by 5
x
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #7
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
12.4 divided by 4
x
x
.198 divided by 6
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x
.145 divided by 5
.785 divided by 5
x
23.8 divided by 2
x
.008 divided by 4
x
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #8
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
.130 divided by 5
x
x
.220 divided by 20
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x
2.34 divided by 2
.552 divided by 4
x
.282 divided by 6
x
99.4 divided by 2
x
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #9
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
.805 divided by 5
x
x
9.09 divided by 9
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x
.048 divided by 8
1.28 divided by 8
x
8.67divided by 3
x
.436 divided by 2
x
Dividing Decimals for Smarties #10
How to Divide with Decimals in the Dividend
A. Automatically bring up the decimal from the dividend into the quotient.
B. See how many times the divisor can go into the first number in the dividend.
Think multiplication!
C. If the divisor doesn’t go into the first number, place a zero in the quotient
D. Place the product underneath quotient and subtract.
E. Bring down the next number in the divisor.
* Repeat steps A-E until you reach the last place value in the quotient.*
.306 divided by 3
x
x
.049 divided by 7
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x
.982 divided by 2
.335 divided by 5
x
34.2 divided by 6
x
.876 divided by 4
x
Dividing Decimals for Smarties Assessment
.093 divided by 3
x
x
7.49 divided by 7
x
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5.46 divided by 3
Label the boxes using the
words below and solve.
(dividend, quotient, divisor)
57.4 divided by 7
x
.115 divided by 5
x
3.21 divided by 3
x