# Writing Numbers in Decimal Form

This lesson is about writing numbers in decimal form.

First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student will have a copy.

Then, you will write an example on the board to show the students what they will do on their worksheet. The "and" stands for the decimal point.

5.5 = five and five tenths

.5 = five tenths

.05 = five hundredths

.005 = five thousandths

After that, you will pass out the worksheet so they can work on them independently.

Worksheet - Writing Numbers in Decimal Form

Directions: Write the following numbers in decimal form.

1. Two tenths =

2. Thirty-four hundredths =

3. Forty-nine hundredths =

4. Five and nine tenths =

5. Six and seventy-five hundredths =

6. Seven and ninety hundredths =

7. Twenty-nine hundredths =

8. Four and twenty-five hundredths =

9. Eight and thirty-three hundredths =

10. Seven hundred thirty-nine thousandths =

11. Ten and thirty-nine hundredths =

12. Twenty-three and five tenths =

13. Forty-four hundredths =

14. Thirteen hundredths =

15. Three hundred ninety-two thousandths =

16. Two and twelve hundredths =

17. Four hundred twenty-two and 85 thousandths =

18. Forty-two hundredths =

19. Six hundred forty-two thousandths =

20. Four and twenty-one thousandths =
Answer Sheet

1. Two tenths = .2

2. Thirty-four hundredths = .34

3. Forty-nine hundredths = .49

4. Five and nine tenths = 5.9

5. Six and seventy-five hundredths = 6.75

6. Seven and ninety hundredths = 7.90

7. Twenty-nine hundredths = .29

8. Four and twenty-five hundredths = 4.25

9. Eight and thirty-three hundredths = 8.33

10. Seven hundred thirty-nine thousandths = .739

11. Ten and thirty-nine hundredths = 10.39

12. Twenty-three and five tenths = 23.5

13. Forty-four hundredths = .44

14. Thirteen hundredths = .13

15. Three hundred ninety-two thousandths = .392

16. Two and twelve hundredths = 2.12

17. Four hundred twenty-two and 85 thousandths = 422.085

18. Forty-two hundredths = .42

19. Six hundred forty-two thousandths = .642

20. Four and twenty-one thousandths = 4.021

Each question is worth five points for a total of 100 points.

100 to 90 = A

89 to 80 = B

79 to 70 = C

69 to 60 = D

Below 60 = F

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