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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.
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.
In this decimal multiplication activity, learners solve a total of 49 problems, multiply 2-digit tenths; answers included on page 2.
In this decimal multiplication worksheet, learners solve a total of 49 problems, multiply 2-digit tenths; answers included on page 2.
In this decimal multiplication worksheet, students solve a total of 49 problems, multiply 2-digit tenths; answers included on page 2.
Students 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.
Students recognize and generate equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, and percents. In this conversion lesson, students analyze sets of fractions to find forms of 'one' used in equivalent fractions. Students use models to find equivalency, convert, and compare among fractions, decimals, and percents.
Explore decimals with upper graders. They solve problems from their textbook involving decimal multiplication. Afterward, as a class, they check their answers by comparing them to those projected with an overhead projector.
In this fractions worksheet, students read an instruction sheet on the procedure for multiplying simple fractions. All steps are illustrated. There are no problems to solve.
Students receive instruction on how to change percentages into decimals by removing the percent sign and moving the decimal point two places to the left. They then work independently to solve the worksheet problems.
Middle schoolers study how to change decimals into fractions by discussing the examples in the lesson. They then work independently on the worksheet to change the decimals into fractions.
Test your mathematicians' skills with a worksheet full of decimals and equations. The problems start simple with one-step equations and work up to multi-step equations with variables on both sides. The top of the worksheet has the necessary steps needed to solve these equations and can be used as notes.
In this decimal worksheet, students complete a set of 54 problems, multiplying decimal numbers. A website reference is given for additional resources.
In this decimal multiplication worksheet, students complete 54 problems, multiplying decimal numbers. A website reference is included for additional resources.
In this decimal multiplication worksheet, students complete 14 problems, multiplying numbers with 1 decimal place. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
in this multiplication learning exercise, students complete a set of 14 problems, multiplying numbers with 1 decimal place. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
In this decimal multiplication instructional activity, students complete a set of 20 problems multiplying 4-digit decimal tenths by 1 digit. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
In this decimal worksheet, students complete a set of 12 problems, multiplying decimal numbers by whole numbers. An answer link appears at the bottom of the page.
In this multiplication worksheet, students complete a set of 14 problems, multiplying numbers with one decimal place. A reference web site is given for additional activities.