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In this multiplication of decimals worksheet, learners begin by reviewing whole number multiplication skills. They multiply whole numbers by decimals. One problem asks students to determine the decimal placement when numbers with like digits, but different decimal values are presented. The final set of problems are word problems that learners solve by multiplying decimals.
For this multiplication of decimals worksheet, students complete a set of 12 problems, multiplying decimal numbers by single digits. Answers are included on page 2.
In this decimal multiplication worksheet, students complete a set of 12 problems, multiply decimal tenths. Answers are included on page 2.
In this degree worksheet, students convert the measure of angles using degrees, minutes, seconds, and decimals. Explanations and examples are provided. There are four problems in this two-page worksheet.
Dividing decimals is not hard, but one has to know how to manipulate the decimal point in order to achieve correct answers. In this math presentation, learners are taken through the process step-by-step in a clear and concise fashion. Many practice problems appear in the slides. The last slide gives them a chance to round decimals to the nearest tenth.
Students relate fractions to decimals and find and compare equivalent fractions.
Students examine how to relate fractions to decimals and find and compare equivalent fractions.
Seventh graders review procedures for computation with decimals and then complete real world problems regarding sale prices and the stock market that involve decimals. They enter the answers into a table and analyze their findings to find the best bargains.
Twelfth graders practice skills adding and dividing decimals. They examine the help wanted ads and compute the hourly and weekly wages. They discuss the real life value of understanding the importance of decimals.
Students comprehend the meaning of percents. They practice how to convert a decimal or a fraction to a percent. Students convert a percent to a decimal. They identify the numbers in a percent problem. Students practice the process of solving percent problems using proportions.
In this fractions instructional activity, learners first review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division without fractions.  Next, students add and subtract fractions in fifth-three problems, followed by multiplying in forty-four problems, and dividing with fractions and mixed numbers in fifty-eight problems. Fully worded examples are provided.
Sixth graders demonstrate operations with decimal numbers. In this computation lesson, 6th graders play the game "Diabolical Decimals." The objects of this game is to construct the largest number after rolling a die five times. The students with the largest number wins a point.
Seventh graders work with changing from ratios to fractions, fractions to decimals, and decimals to percents. They use the skills in the real world of keeping statistics for a basketball game.
Learners explore the concept of writing decimals in word form. In this writing decimals in word form lesson, students convert decimals into word form for 20 different numbers.
Students explore the concept of writing numbers in decimal form. For this writing numbers in decimal form lesson, students convert a number in word form to decimal form.
Middle schoolers observe an example on the board to examine what to do on their worksheet. They pass out the worksheets and work on them independently to practice their skills of writing decimals in word form.
Young scholars investigate the concept of multiplying fractions and use the inverse for doing division. They practice working the problems with scaffolding provided by examples with the teacher. The link is made to real life with the application of using pizza to represent fractions.
Second graders practice the multiples of three as an introduction to multiplying by three.
See how easy it is to multiply decimals. This clip shows learners that when you multiply decimal numbers, you multiply the same as you would a whole number, then plug in the decimal point at the end.
Pupils recognize and generate equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, and percents. In this conversion lesson plan, students analyze sets of fractions to find forms of 'one' used in equivalent fractions. Pupils use models to find equivalency, convert, and compare among fractions, decimals, and percents.

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