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We will discuss here about the conversion of minutes into seconds. We know 1 minute is equal to 60 seconds, which is required to convert the measuring time from minutes to seconds.

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There are different units of time. Second, minute, hour, day, week, month and year are the units of time. These have the following relations between each: 60 seconds = 1 minute

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Calendar helps us to see the dates and along with that the week day of that same dates. Calculating the number of days between two given dates. Riana stayed at her grandmother's house from

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We normally use 12-hour clock system. The hour hand of the clock goes round the dial twice a day (24 hours). Some departments like railways, Airlines, etc use 24-hour clock system because they do

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We will learn how to multiply and divide of units of measurement. We carry out multiplication and division of measurements as we do for decimal numbers: 1. Multiply 12 km 56 m by 7. Solution: 12 km 56 m = 12.056 m Hence, 12.056 × 7 = 84.392 km 2. Multiply 44 dam 28 cm by 12

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on measurement. 1. Rachel has a rope of length 40 m. She gave 12 m 53 cm to Sam, 18 m 35 cm to Ron and 9 m 7 cm to Jack. What length of rope is still left with Rachel?

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4th grade math worksheets is carefully planned and thoughtfully presented on mathematics for the students. Teachers and parents can also follow the worksheets to guide the students.

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We can add the units of measurement like decimal numbers. 1. Add 5 m 9 dm and 11 m and 5 dm Solution: 5 m 9 dm = 5.9 m 11 m 5 dm = 11.5 m Hence, 5 m 9 dm + 11 m 5 dm = 17 m 4 dm or 17.4 m 2. Add 15 cm 5 mm and 21 cm 9 mm

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We will discuss here about the metric measures of length, mass and capacity. As we know, the standard units of length, weight and capacity are metre (m), gram (g) and litre (l)

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To convert a smaller unit into a bigger unit, we move the decimal point to the left. In other words, we can say that we divide. This is very important for us to learn how to convert smaller

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To convert a bigger unit a smaller unit, we move the decimal point of the right. In other words, we can say that we multiply. This is very important for us to learn how to convert bigger

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We have already studied about fractions and now we will discuss here about the concept of decimal. Fractions can also be expressed as decimal Fractions.

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We will learn uses decimals in every day. In daily life we use decimals while dealing with length, weight, money etc. Use of Decimals whole Dealing with Money: 100 paise = 1 rupee We know that one paise in one hundredth of a rupee.

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We will discuss here about the addition of decimals. Decimals are added in the same way as we add ordinary numbers. We arrange the digits in columns and then add as required. Let us consider some

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We will discuss here about the subtraction of decimals. Decimals are subtracted in the same way as we subtract ordinary numbers. We arrange the digits in columns

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Equivalent decimal fractions are unlike fractions which are equal in value. Numbers obtained by inserting zeros after the extreme right digit in the decimal part of a decimal number are known as equivalent decimals.

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We will discuss how to express fraction as decimal. Let us consider some of the following examples on expressing a fraction as a decimal. 1. Convert \(\frac{4}{5}\) into a decimal.

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We will discuss how to express decimal as fraction. Let us consider some of the following examples on expressing a decimal as a fraction. 1. Convert 2.12 into a fraction. Solution: 2.12

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on multiplication of mixed fractions. We know to solve the problems on multiplying mixed fractions first we need to convert them

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We will discuss here how to solve the word problems on division of mixed fractions or division of mixed numbers. Let us consider some of the examples. 1. The product of two numbers is 18.

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We will discuss here how to solve the word problems on multiplication of mixed fractions or multiplication of mixed numbers. Let us consider some of the examples. 1. Aaron had 324 toys. He gave 1/3

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We will discuss here about dividing fractions by a whole number, by a fractional number or by another mixed fractional number. First let us recall how to find reciprocal of a fraction

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Here we will learn Reciprocal of a fraction. What is 1/4 of 4? We know that 1/4 of 4 means 1/4 × 4, let us use the rule of repeated addition to find 1/4× 4. We can say that \(\frac{1}{4}\) is the reciprocal of 4 or 4 is the reciprocal or multiplicative inverse of 1/4

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To multiply two or more fractions, we multiply the numerators of given fractions to find the new numerator of the product and multiply the denominators to get the denominator of the product. To multiply a fraction by a whole number, we multiply the numerator of the fraction

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To subtract unlike fractions, we first convert them into like fractions. In order to make a common denominator, we find LCM of all the different denominators of given fractions and then make them equivalent fractions with a common denominators.

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In word problems on fraction we will solve different types of problems on multiplication of fractional numbers and division of fractional numbers.

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To find the difference between like fractions we subtract the smaller numerator from the greater numerator. In subtraction of fractions having the same denominator, we just need to subtract the numerators of the fractions.

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The associative and commutative properties of natural numbers hold good in the case of fractions also.

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To add unlike fractions, we first convert them into like fractions. In order to make a common denominator we find the LCM of all different denominators of the given fractions and then make them equivalent fractions with a common denominator.

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To add two or more like fractions we simplify add their numerators. The denominator remains same.

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We will discuss here how to arrange the fractions in descending order. Solved examples for arranging in descending order: 1. Arrange the following fractions 5/6, 7/10, 11/20 in descending order. First we find the L.C.M. of the denominators of the fractions to make the

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We will discuss here how to arrange the fractions in ascending order. Solved examples for arranging in ascending order: 1. Arrange the following fractions 5/6, 8/9, 2/3 in ascending order. First we find the L.C.M. of the denominators of the fractions to make the denominators

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In comparison of unlike fractions, we change the unlike fractions to like fractions and then compare. To compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, we multiply by a number to convert them to like fractions. Let us consider some of the

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In changing fractions we will discuss how to change fractions from improper fraction to a whole or mixed number, from mixed number to an improper fraction, from whole number into an improper fraction. Changing an improper fraction to a whole number or mixed number:

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The various types of fractions are: 1. Like fractions: The fractions having the same denominators are known as like fractions.

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In comparison of fractions having the same numerator the following rectangular figures having the same lengths are divided in different parts to show different denominators. 3/10 < 3/5 < 3/4 or 3/4 > 3/5 > 3/10 In the fractions having the same numerator, that fraction is

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There are two methods to reduce a given fraction to its simplest form, viz., H.C.F. Method and Prime Factorization Method. If numerator and denominator of a fraction have no common factor other than 1(one), then the fraction is said to be in its simple form or in lowest

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The fractions having the same value are called equivalent fractions. Their numerator and denominator can be different but, they represent the same part of a whole. We can see the shade portion with respect to the whole shape in the figures from (i) to (viii) In; (i) Shaded

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Fraction of a whole numbers are explained here with 4 following examples. There are three shapes: (a) circle-shape (b) rectangle-shape and (c) square-shape. Each one is divided into 4 equal parts. One part is shaded, i.e., one-fourth of the shape is shaded and three

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In unitary method we will learn how to find the value of a unit from the value of a multiple and the value of a multiple from the value of a unit. When we go to the market to buy any article, we ask the shopkeeper to tell the price of the article. This is called unit price.

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Worksheet on word problems on unitary method provides mixed questions on direct variation and indirect variation. 1. 12 farmers harvest the crops in the field in 20 hours.

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In 5th Grade Numbers Worksheets we will solve how to read and write large numbers, use of place value chart to write a number in expanded form, represent the large number on the abacus, write the number in standard form, compare with another number and arrange numbers

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Word problems on division for fourth grade students are solved here step by step. Consider the following examples on word problems involving division: 1. $5,876 are distributed equally among 26 men. How much money will each person get?

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Word problems on multiplication for fourth grade students are solved here step by step. Problem Sums Involving Multiplication: 1. 24 folders each has 56 sheets of paper inside them. How many sheets of paper are there altogether? Solution: We can add 56 sheets 24 times

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In division by two-digit numbers we will practice dividing two, three, four and five digits by two-digit numbers. Consider the following examples on division by two-digit numbers: Let us use our knowledge of estimation to find the actual quotient. 1. Divide 94 by 12

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In multiplication of a number by a 3-digit number are explained here step by step. Consider the following examples on multiplication of a number by a 3-digit number: 1. Find the product of 36 × 137

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Division by 10 and 100 and 1000 are explained here step by step. when we divide a number by 10, the digit at ones place of the given number becomes the remainder and the digits at the remaining places of the number given the quotient.

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The terms used in division are dividend, divisor, quotient and remainder. Division is repeated subtraction. For example: 24 ÷ 6 How many times would you subtract 6 from 24 to reach 0?

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In multiplication we know how to multiply a one, two or three-digit number by another 1 or 2-digit number. We also know how to multiply a four-digit number by a 2-digit number. We also know the different methods of multiplication. Here, we shall make use of the methods and

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