Worksheet on Use of Decimal
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on use of
decimals in calculating money, in measuring the length, in measuring the
distance, in measuring the mass and in measuring the capacity.
I. Write as decimals:
(i) 9 dollars 20 cents
(ii) 25 dollars 5 cents
(iii) 17 dollars 19 cents
(iv) 97 dollars 28 cents
(v) 12 m 40 cm
(vi) 184 m 10 cm
(vii) 29 m 14 cm
(viii) 62 m 29 cm
(ix) 78 km 205 m
(x) 205 km 50m
(xi) 21 km 123 m
(xii) 58 km 431 m
(xiii) 45 kg 45 g
(xiv) 28 kg 275 g
(xv) 24 kg 218 g
(xvi) 78 kg 520 g
(xvii) 2 l 350 ml
(xviii) 25 l 218 g
(xix) 17 l 429 ml
(xx) 86 l 632 ml
II. Fill in the
blanks:
(i) 20 ¢ = $ ______
(ii) $ 5 and 60 ¢ = $ ______
(iii) $ 3 and 5 ¢ = $ ______
(iv) 65 ¢ = $ ______
(v) 56 cm = _____ m
(vi) 25 m 55 cm = _____ m
(vii) 295 m = _____ km
(viii) 125 km 205 m = _____ km
(ix) 950 gm = _____ kg
(x) 15 kg 35 gm = _____ kg
(xi) 375 ml = _____ l
(xii) 5 l 325 ml =
_____ l
Answers for the worksheet on use of decimal are given below.
Answers:
I. (i) $9.20
(ii) $ 25.05
(iii) $ 17.19
(iv) $ 97.28
(v) 12.40 m
(vi) 184.10 m
(vii) 29.14 m
(viii) 62.29 m
(ix) 78.205 km
(x) 205.050 km
(xi) 21.123 km
(xii) 58.431 km
(xiii) 45.045 kg
(xiv) 28.275 kg
(xv) 24.218 kg
(xvi) 78.520 kg
(xvii) 2.350 l
(xviii) 25.609 l
(xix) 17.429 l
(xx) 86.632 l
II. (i) 0.20
(ii) 5.60
(iii) 3.05
(iv) 0.65
(v) 0.56
(vi) 25.55
(vii) 0.295
(viii) 125.205
(ix) 0.950
(x) 15.035
(xi) 0.375
(xii) 5.325
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