# Worksheet on Decimal Numbers

Practice different types of math questions given in the worksheet on decimal numbers, these math problems will help the students to review decimals number concepts.

The questions on decimal worksheets below include the decimal number system such as converting fractions to decimals; converting decimals to fractions in its lowest terms; writing the decimal places and their place values; converting the unlike decimals to like decimals; etc., will help your child to get valuable practice to improve in math.

1. Write each of the following as decimals:

(a) 5/100

(b) 17/10

(c) 87/1000

(d) 9/100

(e) 81/1000

(f) 2222/100

2. Express each of the following as decimals and find the number of decimal places in each.

(a) 37/100

(b) 11/1000

(c) 9/100

(d) 739/10

(e) 1234/1000

(f) 495/10

3. Express each of the following as decimals:

(a) 17/5

(b) 231/2

(c) 1297/4

(d) 347/50

(e) 1234/25

4. Express each of the following as fractions:

(a) 3.47

(b) 17.001

(c) 0.97

(d) 2.09

(e) 0.009

5. Express each of the following as fractions in the lowest form:

(a) 18.64

(b) 0.008

(c) 165.2

(d) 0.28

(e) 3.5

6. Write the place and place value of the underlined digits:

(a) 8.013

(b) 53.31

(c) 100.92

(d) 11.381

(e) 0.004

7. Convert each of these unlike decimals into like decimals:

(a) 0.1, 3.68, 1

(b) 1.11, 12.754, 92.5, 17

(c) 8.39, 9.236, 24.8, 263.07, 3

(d) 0.91, 65.87, 21, 9.3064

(e) 8.5, 2.04, 3.0075

(f) 24.6, 2.83, 0.951

(g) 1.14, 2.8, 7.003, 0.0124

(h) 0.13, 23.5, 1.9

8. Write the fractional number and decimal number for the shaded part of each figure.

Answers for the worksheet on decimal numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above decimal questions.

1. (a) 0.05

(b) 1.7

(c) 0.087

(d) 0.09

(e) 0.081

(f) 22.22

2. (a) 0.37; 2

(b) 0.011; 3

(c) 0.09; 2

(d) 73.9; 1

(e) 1.234; 3

(f) 49.5; 1

3. (a) 3.4

(b) 115.5

(c) 324.25

(d) 6.94

(e) 49.36

4. (a) 347/100

(b) 17001/1000

(c) 97/100

(d) 209/100

(e) 9/1000

5. (a) 466/25

(b) 1/125

(c) 826/5

(d) 7/25

(e) 7/2

6. (a) thousandths; 0.003

(b) tens; 50

(c) tenths; 0.9

(d) hundredths, 0.08

(e) tenths; 0

7. (a) 0.10, 3.68, 1.00

(b) 1.110, 12.754, 92.500, 17.000

(c) 8.390, 9.236, 24.800, 263.070, 3.000

(d) 0.9100, 65.8700, 21.0000, 9.3064

(e) 8.5000, 2.0400, 3.0075

(f) 24.600, 2.830, 0.951

(g) 1.1400, 2.8000, 7.0030, 0.0124

(h) 0.13, 23.50, 1.90

8. (i) Fractional Number:  $$\frac{43}{100}$$ and Decimal Number: 0.43

(ii) Fractional Number:  $$\frac{27}{100}$$ and Decimal Number: 0.27

(iii) Fractional Number:  $$\frac{58}{100}$$ and Decimal Number: 0.58

(iv) Fractional Number:  $$\frac{13}{1000}$$ and Decimal Number: 0.013

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