# Al Waha International Schools Mathematics Department

Chapters 3-4

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Decimal Concepts and Operations

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24.05. position b.3 Ͼ 17. Using what she has discovered.1.1 ↔ 18. • So.3. . 17. Write the numbers in order from least to greatest.194 a.93 0. value 0. 4.6 1 of 10. 45.3. 0. and 24. Ͼ. while the second number has the digit 7. 5.210 0. Step 2 Mindy compares the third number to the greatest number so far. 19. Mindy makes the list: 24. 19.241 8.1 Represent.007. Millions Tenths Ones Tens 18. Mindy is asked to list 18.723 a. Give the position and the value of each underlined digit. 6. 0.8 24.082.7. • Since 8 Ͼ 7.3 ↔ 17.3 30. 9. To find the value of a number.8. • Since 2 Ͼ 1. while the first number has the digit 1 in the tens place. 19. Both numbers have the digit 1 in the tens place. • The third number has the digit 2 in the tens place.8. and Order Decimals The numbers you use every Place Value day are part of the decimal system. . 40. Write Ͻ. 1.24 Compare the numbers.59. Mindy looks at the digits in the ones place. 17. 2. look at the digits and the position of each digit. The first number has the digit 8 in the ones place.07 8.03 4.52 7. A place-value chart can help you. 18. the first number. • She starts at the left.3.8. 42.1 decimal point in order from greatest to least. 0. position b.95.1 Ͼ 18.3 ↔ 17.012 value 8.8 18. or ϭ in the 3. Compare. 18. Hundred Thousands Ten Thousands Thousands Hundreds Ten-Thousandths Thousandths Hundredths Step 1 Mindy compares the first two numbers.02.Name LESSON 3. Knowing place values is • useful when comparing ↑ decimal numbers.113.

Name LESSON 3. If a figure is divided into 100 equal parts. 98% 8. 6% 3.43 represents 0. each part represents ᎏ 100 or 1% of the whole.12 9.08 7.51% 14. or represent 1 00 1 54% of the whole square. 0.54.70 represents 0.40 5. Write the corresponding decimal or percent. 3. 0. 0. \$0. 1. 1. 71% 6. or 43% of one dollar. 1.08 15. Percent can also represent value.98% 16. 3.5% 11.4 Decimals and Percents ᎏ. one cent is 1% of one dollar.5 12. 75% 2. One hundredth of the value of a dollar is 1% of its value. 0. 7. 5. 15.12 2 of 10. 0. 0.15 4. The shaded squares in the 10 ϫ 10 grid at the right 54 ᎏᎏ.42 13.43. So. 125% 10. or 70% of one dollar.70. .01. \$0.

6% 21. 6.92 10. 26. 29. 10 Ϭ 2 Ϫ 1 (8 Ϫ 2) ϫ 3 20 ϩ (6 ϫ 2) 62 ϩ 14 Ϭ 2 24. 32. 0. 27. 0.75 20. 1. 67% 8. 3. 0. 6ϩ3ϫ2 20 ϫ 2 ϩ 1 32 ϩ 8 Ϭ 2 (16 Ϫ 7)2 Ϭ 3 23.4 Decimals and Percents Write the decimal and percent for the shaded part. 88% 15. 80% 12. 28. 16 Ϫ 4 ϫ 2 15 Ϭ 3 ϩ 2 45 Ϭ (4 ϩ 5) 12 ϫ (9 Ϫ 4) 25.14 16. 64% 14. 34% 19. 3 of 10. 33. 90% 17. 0.09 18. 11% 11. 5. 31. 0. 30. 22. 7. 4. 2.15 9. 0. . 0.19 Mixed Review Evaluate the expression. Write the percent or decimal.3 13.Name LESSON 3.

98 \$8.00 Ϫ 8.17 6. Step 2: Write the decimal point for the answer. Find the amount of change he should receive. Now suppose Ian pays for his supplies with a \$20 bill.79 ϩ 0.861 7. Remember to align the decimal points. 18.00 Ϫ 8.1 Add and Subtract Decimals Binder Ian is buying school supplies.49 0.891 ϩ 3. 6. Remember to align the decimal points.86 in change.86 5. Place it directly under the other points.9 Ϫ 69. regrouping as necessary. \$75. 4.77 8.79 \$0.0689 Ϫ 1.86 Add or subtract.42 ϩ 5.006 ϩ 2.932 4.50 Ϫ \$47. \$3. Ian should receive \$11.2 ϩ 5 ϩ 6.79 ϩ 0. Step 1: List the items in a column.222 10. Step 2: Write the decimal point for the answer. Then subtract as you would with whole numbers. \$20. 2.98 The total cost of Ian’s school supplies is \$8.49 \$0.89 ϩ 9.42 Ϫ 57.28 11.83 4 of 10. \$3. 3.86 2.88 2.65 ϩ 3.38 3.016 Ϫ 1.811 ϩ 7.88 Paper Highlighter \$3.14.2173 12.88 2. . 1.85 ϩ 2. Step 3: Add as you would whole numbers.Name LESSON 4.1 ϩ 0. Step 1: Write the numbers in a column. 4. Pen Find the total cost. 347.49 0. 81.478 ϩ 6.21 ϩ 6. Remember to regroup if needed.14 \$2. 2.62 ϩ 7.0791 9.14 \$11. 2.14 \$20.89 ϩ 1. 38.98 .

1.6 ϫ 0. This is where the decimal point is placed. 28. Marty earned \$169.60 this week.7 4.5 ϫ 6.2 Multiply Decimals Marty worked 26.40 per hour. What multiplication problem will you use? How many decimal places are in the factors? How much did Sean earn? 2. What multiplication problem will you use? b. c. 101. b.5 ᎏᎏᎏ \$169. 2.01 ϫ 8.5 hours this week.32 ϫ 11. you need to find the product 26. 3. How much money did Sean earn this week? a. Denise earns \$4. He earns \$6.48 5 of 10. How much did she earn last week? a.5 ᎏᎏᎏ 169600 \$6.25 an hour.40 → 2 decimal places ϫ 26.65 an hour. Complete to solve.5 → 1 decimal place ᎏᎏᎏ 169600 → 3 decimal places \$6. \$6. Step 1: Multiply as you would with whole numbers.24 7. 16. .40. 25. How many decimal places are in the factors? How much did Denise earn? Multiply.8 8.40 ϫ 26.1 ϫ 5.Name LESSON 4. count over that number of places.4 ϫ 24.44 ϫ 7 5. How much money did Marty earn this week? To solve. Sean worked 34 hours this week. c. 23.40 ϫ 26. Step 3: Starting at the right side of the answer.600 Step 2: Count the number of decimal places in the factors. Last week she worked 17 hours. He earns \$9.55 6.

5 ϫ 2.6 ϫ 5.5 ϫ 16. 31. .02 ϫ 9. 3. 9.49 ϫ 6 24. 186.2 17.08 ϫ 7.7 ϭ 13668 13. 6. 19.27 ϭ 471138 12.6 7. 6.7 ϫ 48.72 Mixed Review Write the decimal and the percent for the shaded part.01 ϫ 8.17 ϫ 8.3 25. 8.47 18.8 ϭ 11368 14. 897. 24.15 4.03 27.52 30. 4 ϫ 3. Estimate to check.89 21.2 ϭ 50594 10.114 ϫ 3. 32.75 2. 5 ϫ 0.9 ϫ 5. 9.2 Multiply Decimals Tell the number of decimal places there will be in the product. 35. \$18.22 28. 5.04 ϫ 1.91 ϫ 6.51 ϭ 2043251 11. 1.9 16.82 ϫ 4 22.61 ϫ 8 23. 8. 8.6 ϫ 8. 32.1 26. 428.5 ϫ 0.33 ϭ 255731 Multiply.6 Place the decimal point in the product.472 ϫ 9. 9 ϫ 1. 15. 6 of 10.8 3.94 ϫ 5. 6.98 ϫ 6. 37. 4.Name LESSON 4.96 ϫ 62.03 29. 30.7 ϫ 8. 5.3 ϫ 0.3 8. 2.14 ϫ 1. 164.55 ϫ 9 20. 33.93 ϫ 7 19.3 ϫ 5. 73. 31. 28.3 6.3 5.

52 Ϭ 6. What division problem will you use to solve? Do you need to multiply to make the divisor a whole number? How do you decide where to place the decimal point in the quotient? d. Mary has been saving for 26 days. You do not need to show the decimal point.10 by 0.22 ϭ 8725 Find the quotient. Multiply the dividend by the same multiple of 10.1ෆ 0 ϫ 100 ϫ 100 ‫ۍ ۍ‬ → 35ͤෆ 9ෆ 10 ෆ 26. 421.8 Ϭ 40 8. She now has a total of \$9. How long has Mary been saving? To solve.35 each day.7 10.4 ϭ 2055 3. 50. The tickets cost a total of \$34. 203. Divide as you would with whole numbers. 81.085 Ϭ 10. Step 1: Make the divisor a whole number by multiplying the divisor by a multiple of 10.9 Ϭ 18 7. . Step 2: Place the decimal point in the quotient directly above the decimal point in the dividend. 332.10. you need to divide 9.65. Since the remainder is 0. b.5 9. 35ͤ9 ෆ1 ෆෆ 0. 0. 2. How much does each friend owe? Place the decimal point in the quotient. 118 Ϭ 12.35ͤ9 ෆෆ .205 Ϭ 5. How much does each friend owe him for the cost of one ticket? a. 5.155 Ϭ 14.4 Divide with Decimals Mary has saved \$0. Dusty bought 7 movie tickets for his friends.35. the answer is a whole number.7 7 of 10. 1936.95 Ϭ 2.6 ϭ 4725 4.88 Ϭ 5 6. c. 16. 1.Name LESSON 4. Ϫ70 210 Ϫ210 0 Complete to solve. 131.

36.2ෆ 96 ෆ 22. 8.94 9. .88 Ϭ 0.48 Ϭ 0.3 2.18ͤෆ6 ෆ4 ෆෆ . 12. 430.15 4.2 ෆෆ 4ෆ 4 Mixed Review Add.4 Ϭ 1. 78.25 ϭ 2992 6. 89.083.17 Ϭ 6.4 14.6 ϩ 847.7ͤෆ5 ෆ3 ෆ.6 ϩ 49.1 Ϭ 0.32 Ϭ 0.8 ෆ 1.351 29. 27.4 Ϭ 0.7ෆ 3ෆ 4 12.9ͤෆ8 ෆෆ 1.4 Divide with Decimals Rewrite the problem so that the divisor is a whole number.12 Ϭ 0.5 Ϭ 2. 22. 40ͤෆ6 ෆ. or multiply. 26.13 Ϭ 4. 0. 20. 1.9 ᎏᎏᎏᎏ 33.3ͤෆ8 ෆ4 ෆෆ . 13ͤෆ1 ෆ5 ෆ0 ෆෆ . 28. 10.08 16. 215.85 Ϫ 39. 42. 56.5 Ϭ 5 11.66 ϩ 103.6ͤෆ8 ෆ0 ෆ6 ෆෆ . 5. 192.54ͤෆෆ 24 ෆෆ .8ෆ 7 23.68 Ϭ 0. 18.6 Ϭ 8 12.7 13. 116. 14ͤෆ7 ෆ8 ෆ.335 ϫ 8.9ͤෆ0 ෆ. 19. 24.2 ϭ 2765 7. 70ͤෆ2 ෆ3 ෆෆ .91 65. subtract.08 ϭ 7085 Divide.83 ϫ 1.71 ᎏ ᎏ ᎏ ᎏ 31. 7. 7.91ͤෆ6 ෆෆ . 9.3 3. 8.8ෆ 8ෆ 2 2.8 5.87 ϩ 8.Name LESSON 4. 37. 25. 17.48 ᎏ ᎏ ᎏ 32.4 0.7 ෆෆ 5 8. 0. Estimate to check.9 Ϭ 3 9. 6.26 8 of 10.8 Place the decimal point in the quotient.3 ෆෆ 3ෆ 3ෆ 5 21.4 Ϭ 7 10.8 2. 33.62 Ϫ 288.478 34.072 ϫ 0.74 35.56 36. 1. 30.2 15.4 ෆ 5.75 Ϫ 706. 17.

number of inches in a foot times the number of feet number of items in a dozen plus some more items sum of money divided among several people total amount of money less the amount spent A 12 ϩ s B \$25 Ϫ d C 12n D \$25 Ϭ p Solve using mental math. 13. How much is 8 ϩ r if r ϭ 9? How much is 35 Ϫ a if a ϭ 15? How much is 5b if b ϭ 1. the algebraic expression is 7 ϫ w. y ϩ 12. For example. . 3.3 14. 1. 5.4 ϩ c if c ϭ 4. It can also be written as 7w.2 16. 7.5 18. 10. Match the algebraic expression with the words. m Ϫ 4. for example the number of days in a week times the number of weeks Some words can be expressed as numbers or numerical expressions. 11.4 for y ϭ 5.9 9 of 10.6 Algebra: Decimal Expressions and Equations You speak and write using words. 6x for x ϭ 2.4 15. 12. 2.Name LESSON 4. 9.3 17. To evaluate the expression 7w to find the number of days in 8 weeks. w Ϭ 2 for w ϭ 8. days ؋ weeks 7؋5 An algebraic expression uses a letter to represent a number. 7. How much is 6y if y ϭ 3? How much is 24 Ϭ t if t ϭ 3? How much is 4.6 Ϭ z if z ϭ 3? 6.1? How much is 2.2? Evaluate each expression. 8. write 7 ϫ 8 ϭ 56.6 for m ϭ 8.4 Ϫ b for b ϭ 1. if the number of weeks is written as the letter w. 5m for m ϭ 3.5 Ϫ q if q ϭ 1.9? How much is 3. 4.

8 ϭ ᎏᎏ n 4 23 ᎏᎏ ϭ 19.4 8.5 x 5 24.8 Ϭ 9.9 18. 32. 30. Find the quotient.4 3.Name LESSON 4. t Ϫ 1.4 Solve each equation by using mental math.88 Ϭ 7.3 Ϫ 19. 1.6 20.1 12. w ϩ 10. . 33. j Ϫ 6. 6. 9c ϭ 22.6 7. 12.4 22.85 Ϭ 8 54. t ϩ 4. 4.7 21.4 ϩ 2.6 ϭ 2. 2. 8.3 for j ϭ 9.1 4.8 18.44 26. w ϩ 4. 31.5 19. 31. 6g for g ϭ 1. 59. 31. 7h ϭ 15.4 17.7 ϭ d Ϫ 3.4 Ϭ a for a ϭ 6 5.2 29.8 Ϭ 6 34.4 Ϭ 36 35.92 ϫ 4 27. 25.5 Ϭ p for p ϭ 9 9.66 for t ϭ 2. 4. 7. 1. 13.5 6.3 ϭ 21. 3b ϭ 6.4 ϭ ᎏᎏ t 2 16.6 ϩ r for r ϭ 4. 17.24 Ϫ q for q ϭ 1. 63. y ϩ 4.5 k 3 15.4 Mixed Review Estimate.04 Ϫ 9.18 Ϭ y for y ϭ 3 11.58 ϩ 21. 3a ϭ 6.77 ϫ 6 91.2 10 of 10.2 36. 6.6 for y ϭ 2. 38. ᎏᎏ ϭ 2.9 ϩ 7.2 for t ϭ 3 2. m Ϫ 7.108 Ϭ 2.6 Decimal Expressions and Equations Evaluate each expression.04 10.2 Ϫ m for m ϭ 1. 88. 5h for h ϭ 2.7 28. 13.8 80.5 ϭ 8 14.