Understanding Decimal Place Value Practice
Name ______________________________________ Date ____________
Understanding Decimal Place Value
Use the grids provided to show each number.
Write each number in decimal form.
4. six thousandths ________________
5. six and six tenths ________________
6. six hundredths ________________
7. sixty hundredths ________________
8. six tenths ________________
9. six and six thousandths ________________
Compare the following decimal pairs using > and < signs.
10. 0.091 __________ 0.019
11. 2.374 __________ 2.293
12. 5.013 __________ 5.130
13. 0.051 __________ 0.150
14. 7.505 __________ 7.550
Order the following series from least to greatest.
15. 0.06, 6, 600, 0.6 ____________________
16. 3.9, 3.214, 4.1, 3.3, 3.89 ____________________
17. 8, 819.0, 8.019, 809, 8.19 ____________________
18. 7.51, 7.402, 7.559, 7.55, 7.45 ____________________
19. 56.97, 56, 56.02, 56.1 ____________________
Challenge Make as many decimal numbers as possible using a decimal point and each of the digits 4, 6, and 0 only once. Arrange the numbers you made from least to greatest.
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