WAJA MATHS YEAR 4

JPN PERAK

1. Name and write decimals with a) one decimal place b) two decimal places 2. Recognise the place value of a) tenths b) hundredths c) tenths and hundredths 3. Convert fractions to decimals of a) tenths b) hundredths c) tenths and Hundredths vice versa

4. Add any two to four decimals of one decimal place and two decimal places involving a) decimals only c) mixed decimals b)Whole numbers and decimals 5. Solve problems involving addition of decimal numbers.

6. Subtract one to two decimals of one decimal place and two decimal places involving a) decimals only b) mixed decimals c) Whole numbers and decimals (mixed decimals) 7. Solve problems involving Subtraction of decimal.

Learning Outcomes

8.

Multiply any decimal of one decimal place and two decimal places with a) one-digit number b) 10, 100, and 1 000

10. Divide decimal of one decimal place and two decimal places by a) one-digit number b) 10 11. Divide decimals by a whole number with the dividend value of up to two decimal places. 12. Solve problems involving division of decimals

9. Solve problems involving multiplication of decimals.

1.Name and write decimals with one to two decimal places.

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Tips 5.26 - is read as five point two six The dot is known as the decimal point. The number of decimal places of a decimal is the number of digits after the decimal point.

JPN PERAK

Example 1. Practise reading the decimal numbers below 1. 0.3 2. 0.6 - zero point three - zero point six
After the decimal point read one number at a time

3. 0.89 - zero point eight nine 4. 15.03 - fifteen point zero three

5. 23.48 - twenty-three point four eight. 6 7. 8. 9. Example 2 Write down the number of decimal places for each number. 1. 0.8 2. 6.5 8
1 decimal place 2 decimal places

0.4 0.01 4.3

- ________________________ - ________________________ - ________________________ Let’s try this !!!

47.28 - ____________________________

TIPS 7 - WHOLE NUMBER A whole number can be a decimal number 7.0 - 1 decimal place 7.00 - 2 decimal places

Number 6.8 46.71 0.3 5.5 23.09 Let’s try this !!!

Total number of decimal places 1 decimal place 2 decimal places

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Exercise 1 Write the decimals in numerals or in words. Zero point five 1 2 Zero point nine

One point seven 3 Eleven point one 5 Zero point zero five 7 9 Forty-two point three three

4

Three point eight

6

Zero point nine one

8

Twenty-four point two six

1 0 1 2

Seventy point three nine

1 1

0.6

0.7

1 3

6.9

1 4

8.8

1 5

5.1

1 6

3.07

1 7

62.35

1 8

50.05

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9 tens (refer the table above) ones (refer he table above) hundredths (refer the table above) tenths (refer the table above) 5.9 8.28 2 0 76. Recognise the place value of : a) tenths b) hundredths c) tenths and hundredths. Whole Number Place Value Hundreds Tens Ones 2 Digit Value 200 4 40 7 7 Decimal point Decimal Number Tenths Hundredths 3 3 = 10 . 8 8 = 0.3 3. PLACE VALUE OF DECIMAL NUMBERS Points to note: Each digit in a decimal has its own place value and digit value.38 are as follows.23 Let’s try this !!! 59 . 14. 1. TIPS The place value after the decimal point ended with “ths” Example 1.17 6 35. 4. 28.75 8. 3.08 100 0.86 JPN PERAK 2. 2.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 1 9 13.3 A point separates whole numbers and decimal numbers State the place values of the underlined digit. The place values and digit values for the decimal 247.

31 6.05 5.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 7. 1. 51.27 2.89 9. 37.12 3. 15.98 10 .06 Exercise 2 State the place values of the underlined digits. 45. 6. 0. 20.47 4. 0. 13. 47.13 8. 2.20 7.33 60 .

WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3. 4.3 = = = = 0.03 2 zeros One decimal place Let’s try this !!! 2 digits after the decimal place POINTS TO NOTE A fraction with a denominator of 100 is equivalent to a decimal with two decimal places. 2. 1 1. 3.07 = 0. Convert fractions to decimals of: Example 1. 9. 11 8 100 4 100 = = Let’s try this !!! 61 . 10 = 0. Convert fractions to decimal number. 7. 5. 8. a) tenths b) hundredths c) tenths and hundredths and vice versa.1 1 zero 1digit after the decimal place POINTS TO NOTE A fraction with a denominator of 10 is equivalent to a decimal with one decimal place. 7 10 3 10 4 10 6 10 8 10 3 100 = 0. 6.7 TIPS Denominator 10 = 0. 7 100 19 100 = 0.19 TIPS Denominator 100 two decimal places 10.

0. 0. 3 10 1. 0.08 10. 0.1 = 1 10 3. 0.13 = 13 100 2 zeros 2 digits after the decimal place 7. 0.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 12.33 = 33 100 8. 0.57 9.3 = 1 zero 1 digit after the decimal point 2.7 4.3 = = = Let’s try this !!! 6. Convert decimals number to fractions.42 = Let’s try this !!! = = 62 . 0. 23 100 JPN PERAK = Example 2. 0.9 5. 0.

56 = 10 . 0. 0.3 = 7 0.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK Exercise 3 Convert the following fractions to decimal and vice versa. 1.91 = 9.7 = 8 0.02 = 63 . 5 10 = 2 9 10 = 3 9 100 = 4 17 100 = 5 47 100 = 6 0.

Add any two to four decimals of one decimal place and two decimal places involving a) decimals only b) whole numbers and decimals c) mixed decimals Example 1 0.6 + 2.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 4. ► Decimal points must be in a straight line. ► Decimal points must be in a straight line.3 6..6 + 2.1 0. ► regroup if necessary .6 + 0.1 0. ► Arrange in vertical form.5 8.4 1 1 12.0 + 0.3 + 6.4 21.3 + 2.2 Let’s try this!! ! 64 6 + 2.7 8 + 0. 12.2 + 5.5 8.9 . ► Arrange the whole number to one decimal place. 0.8 ► Arrange in vertical form.5 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values ► Decimal points must be in a straight line.7 + 0.3 0.6 + 0.

4 90.78 0.15 + 0.9 65 .WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK Example 2 0.26 ► Arrange in vertical form ► Decimal points must be in a straight line ► Regroup if necessary.4 1 1 ► Arrange in vertical form ► Change the whole number to two decimal places ► Decimal points must be in a straight line 11.15 + 0.29 + 5.6 +72. 20 + 12.1 Let’s try this !!! 3.44 + 25 2.1+ 6.78 0.08 3.00 0.4 + 0.63 10.23 11.1 6.82 ► Arrange in vertical form ► Decimal points must be in a straight line 3 + 0.65 + 8.04 + 0.6 + 72.08 3.

3 + 5.51 = 66 .3 = 2 13 + 0.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK Exercise 4 Add the following.4 + 6. 1 0.6 + 0.7 4 71.5 + 0.8 = 3 42.

3. 4.39 1. 2.4 kg 3. 70. EXAMPLE 1 1.7 kg fifty point zero five (+ ) thirteen point two eight more than seventy-six pointMazlan.7 kg kg 2.05 Read and understand question. 3. As you read. 7. hundredths 31. 8.4 kg and Wan weighs 0.4 kg and Wan weighs 0.1 than Mazlan. 2.7 + 7. What is Wan’s weight? six point nine Step 2 eight : eight point the operation / formula of the keywords signify.4 kg and Wan weighs 0. Solve problems involving addition of decimal numbers. + 30. What is Wan’s weight? 0. 42.7 kg more EXAMPLE HOW TO SOLVE . 1. 2 decimal places 0.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 5 12. tenths 4. 6. 5. 3. 5.1 kg 67 . Mazlan weighs 30. 2.4 2 decimal places 1 decimal place Mazlan weighs 30.1 kg 0.26 key words. 6. 4. 9.17 = 6 17 + 0. 6. 4.7 kg Answer : 31.1 Step 1 : 0.33 or point seven more than Mazlan. underline the 24. fiveWrite point one three point zero seven sixty-two point three five Mazlan weighs 30. eight six What is Wan’s weight? 1 decimal place 1 decimal Step 3place : Add 2 decimal places .82 = JPN PERAK 5.7 kg + 30. 5.46 + 8.

in litres.5 l of liquid.3 l of syrup and bottle C contains 0. Find the total volume of liquid.5 l of syrup. . in the two containers. What is the total volume of syrup in the three bottles ? 68 . Bottle A contains 1. So calculate WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 given.5l of liquid and a basin holds 3. JPN PERAK as in the order Step 2: RM8000 + RM1254 RM9254 Step 3: RM9254 ─ RM5555 RM3699 Exercise 5 Solve the problems 1 . 2 . A pail holds 2.25 l of syrup. Bottle B contains 2.Note : + and ─ are on the same scale.

0 – 0.9 = 9.5 8. 69 ► Decimal points must be in a straight line. ► Change the whole number to one decimal place. 9 – 0.57 m.4 0.4 0. ► Decimal points must be in a straight line. Example 1 0.3 – 0.9 m. . ► regroup if necessary 9.3 – 0.7 – 0.0 ) ► Decimal points must be in a straight line.1 0. (ex….5 8 10 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values.4 0.8 – 0.3 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values. What is their total length? 6. Subtract one to two decimals of one decimal place and two decimal places involving a) decimals only b) mixed decimals c) whole numbers and decimals (mixed decimals).8 – 0.5 0.4 – 0.4 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values. 0.1 0. The length of three sticks is 3.87 m and 1.7 0.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3 .

20 67.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK Let’s try this !!! 2.4 Example 2 9.5.78 – 2. ► regroup if necessary .47 4.24 3.1.71 – 5.28 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values.6 5 17 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values.8 . ► Decimal points must be in a straight line.08 – 14. ► Decimal points must be in a straight line ► regroup if necessary 82.88 67.08 – 14.0.35 3.43 82.3 6 .35 1.8 9 .78 – 2. ► Decimal points must be in a straight line ► regroup if necessary 9.2 – 9.60 70 58.88 – 9.5 .71 .2.0.47 6 11 ► Arrange in vertical form according to its place values.

2.7 = 4 9 – 0.3 – 0.9 . 1 0.3 = 2 19.3.63 16.5 .88 Exercise 6 Subtract the following.0.1 65.05 .8 = 3 20 – 6.57 = 71 .WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK Let’s try this!!! 0.9 – 0.9 .8 – 3.

keywords.58 – 0.1 9. five 16.33 12.5 m. what is the length of the stick remains? Step 2 : Write the operation / formula the keywords signify.95m 18.places 3. eight point eight cut off.1 8.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 5 7.55 m . thirteen 7.7 – 11.95 10. 2 decimal places . 72 m m m Answer : 3.5m point two – eight 3. 42. seventy-six point eight six 7. 0.95 m of the stick is 10.55 11. fifty point zero 17. 2 decimal places 12. 1 decimal place 5.5 m. three point zero seven Step 3 three : Minus 15. Solve problems involving subtraction of decimal numbers. 1 decimal place 8.6 = 6 17 – 3.11 = EXAMPLE 1 The length of a stick is 7. If 3.64 – 1.50 9.26 11. 1 decimal place 7. If 3. . length of a stick is 7. sixty-two point five . 0. If 3. or pointThe seven 11. 24.5 m.39 The length of a stick HOW is 7. 2 decimal 3. 7. 70.05 10.95 m of the stick is cut off. As you read underline the 7.95 m of the stick is cut EXAMPLE TO SOLVE off. six point nine (– ) 12. what is the length of the stick remains ? 13. five point one 14. what is the length of the stick remains? Step 1 : Read and understand question.

3 l of fresh milk. 6. 1 Yanti bought 10 m of cloth to sew dresses. So calculate WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK as in the order given. She used up 8.5 l of it.9 m for her twin daughters’ dresses. Exercise 7 Solve the problems.Note : + and ─ are on the same scale. tenths 7. hundredths Step 2: Step 3: RM9254 ─ RM5555 RM3699 RM8000 + RM1254 RM9254 Points to note Put a zero to obtain 2 decimal places. How much cloth is left? 2 Joseph bought 1. He drank 0. What was the volume of milk left? 73 .

5 m and the other 5. Multiply one digit at a time from right to left. Example 1. one 3.5 1. b) 10. 5 × 6. Regroup if necessary. Multiply one digit at a time from right to left. Multiply any decimal of one decimal place with a) one-digit number. 5.7 × 5 33. Put the decimal point according to the decimal place.7 = 33. 2. Put the decimal point according to the decimal place.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3 Asmah has a piece of string 14 m long. 7 × 2. 3. Place the multiplier below the last decimal place. Place the multiplier below the last decimal place. 4. 2. Regroup if necessary. 100 and 1 000. 4. . 5.4 = Let’s try this !!! Example 2 74 1. Arrange in vertical form. Arrange in vertical form.6 m long. How long is the remaining string? 8.5 3 6. 3. She cut two pieces.

Move the decimal point two places to the right. Move the decimal point three places to the right.197 × 1000 = 75 .67 = 4.8 × 10 = 78 2.3 9 × 100 = 239 9.29 = Let’s try this !!! Example 3 7.7 × 10 = Let’s try this !!! Let’s try this !!! 5.02 4 0.02 4 × 0.5 1 6 × 1000 = 9 516 Move the decimal point one place to the right.67 × 6 4.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 5 × 0. 3.71 × 100 = 9.

03 × 10 9.6 × 10 = 3 16. 1 0.8 × 100 = 4 6.2 × 1 000 = 76 .3 × 1 000 Exercise 8 Multiply.22 × 100 48.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3.3 × 7 = 2 31.

47 × 2 = 6 0. 0.48 × 1 000 = The mass of a packet of biscuits is 1.25 kg. 2 decimal places 18.25 kg.05 Write the operation / formula the keywords signify. 24. What is the total mass of 3 packets of biscuits ? Step 1 : Read and understand question. 2 decimal places 17.33 18.75 kg Answer : 3. six point nine 21. 9. five point one . 16.1 Step 2 : 15.75 kg 14. . or pointWhat seven is the total mass of 3 packets of biscuits ? 20. 1 decimal place 15. 70. Solve problems involving multiplication of decimal numbers. The mass of a packet of biscuits is 1.25 kg. (× ) 19. 42. As you read underline the key words.39 The mass of a packet of biscuits is 1. three point zero 1. 1 decimal place 77 . sixty-two point three 25.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 5 4.34 × 100 = EXAMPLE 8 8. thirteen point two eight kg 27.26 17. 2 decimal places 16.1 14.45 × 10 = JPN PERAK 7 7. eight point eight Step 3 : Multiply 22.25 eight six × 3 13.25 kg × five 3 24. seven 23. 1 decimal place 3. What is the total mass of 3 packets of biscuits ? EXAMPLE HOW TO SOLVE 13. 0. fifty point zero five 26. seventy-six point 1.

as in the order given. 2 A bowl can hold 73. tenths + RM1254 10.4 g of flour. Step 2: WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 8. 1 The length of a hockey stick is 68. Find the total length of 3 similar hockey sticks. Lina used 6 bowls of flour for baking a cake. hundredths Step 3: JPN PERAK RM9254 RM9254 ─ RM5555 RM3699 Exercise 9 Solve the problems.5 cm. How much flour did Lina use? 78 . RM8000 9.

6 4 0 6 6 0 Let’s try this !!! 79 Divide digit by digit from left to right .WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3 A tank can hold 13. in line with decimal point of dividend 2 4. How much oil can 6 tanks hold? 10. Example 1 Arrange in vertical form 4.6 2.3 2 4 .6 ÷ 2 = • Place the decimal point. b) 10. Divide decimal of one decimal place and two decimal places by : a) one-digit number.6 litres of oil when it is full.

Regroup if necessary.12 00 80 1=6 2 = 12 3 = 18 4 = 24 5 = 30 6 = 36 7 = 42 8 = 48 9 = 54 ► Arrange in vertical form.8 ÷ 4 = Example 2 Set the time table of 6 7. 9 2 1. ► ► Divide digit by digit from left to right.92 ÷ 6 = .WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 4. . ► Place the decimal point in line with decimal point of dividend. 3 2 6 7. 6 7. 9 2 -6 1 9 1 8 12 .

WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK Answer 1.8 ÷ 10 = 0.8 ÷ 10 0.5 ÷ 5 = Let’s try this !!! Example 3 0.7 ÷ 10 = 34. .7 ÷ 10 81 Move decimal point 1 place to the left.08 Example 4 TIPS 10 has 1 zero means one move Move decimal point 1 place to the left 34.32 23.

WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3.2 ÷ 2 = 2 6.5 ÷ 5 = 3 12.64 ÷ 8 = 82 .47 Let’s try this !!! 6.6 ÷ 6 = 4 4.3 ÷ 10 = 27.9 ÷ 10 = 45.5 ÷ 10 = Exercise 10 Divide 1 6.

1 4 . Regroup if necessary. Example 2 Set the time table 5 15. 70 5 15 .5 ÷ 10 = 6 13. Divide decimals by a whole number with the dividend value of up to two decimal places.7 ÷ 5 = .5 ÷ 10 = 11. 3.7 1=5 2 = 10 3 = 15 4 = 20 5 = 25 6 = 30 7 = 35 8 = 40 9 = 45 ► Arrange in vertical form. 5 15.20 00 ► Put a zero to the dividend wherever there is a remainder 83 . ► Place the decimal point in line with decimal point of dividend. ► ► Divide digit by digit from left to right.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 5 25.15 0 7 5 20 .

14 18.2 ÷ 4 = 84 .08 ÷ 3 = 2 2.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3.8 ÷ 8 = Answer Let’s try this !!! Exercise 11 Divide.7 ÷ 5 = 4 18. 1 10. .28 ÷ 6 = 3 15.

2 decimal places 23. six point nine victims. Solve problems involving division of decimal numbers.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 5 69. 2 decimal places 24. How many kilograms ofTO rice SOLVE are provided to each 20.33 24.9 19. seventy-six point eight six 17.7 kg of rice has been divided between three flood 5. thirteen point two eight 36. three pointvictim? zero seven each 33. 28. 0. eight point eight ( ÷ ) one 31. 42.26 Step 2 : 23.9 kg Note : + and ─ are on the same scale. 70.7 kg of rice has been divided between three flood victims. How many kilograms of rice are provided to each victim? Step 1 : Read and understand question. .39 Write the operation / formula the keywords signify.45 ÷ 3 = 6 496. 24. 1 decimal place 27 00 85 Answer : 5. 12. As you read underline the keywords. five point 32.05 22.1 victims. 0. 1 decimal place 3 17. fifty point zero five Step 3 : Divide 35.7 kg of rice has been divided between three flood 29. EXAMPLE HOW 19.4 ÷ 8 = EXAMPLE 17. 2 decimal places 27 22.7 20. So calculate .1 victim? 21. or point seven 17. How many kilograms of rice is provided to 30. sixty-two point three five 34. 1 decimal place 15 21.

08 cm. What is the weight. 2 Roslan packed 6. Find the length of each piece of ribbon. in kg.Step 2: RM8000 WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 + RM1254 11. of rice in each bag? 86 . hundredths Step 3: RM9254 ─ RM5555 RM3699 JPN PERAK Exercise 12 Solve the problems. tenths RM9254 13.6 kg of rice into four bags equally. 1 The total length of 4 equal pieces of ribbon is 20. 12.

in ℓ.84 ℓ of syrup equally into 8 bottles.WAJA MATHS YEAR 4 JPN PERAK 3 Raja pours 9. What is the volume. of a bottle? 87 .