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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 6. Subtract one to two decimals of


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

Learning Outcomes

8. Multiply any decimal of one 10. Divide decimal of one decimal


decimal place and two place and two decimal places by
decimal places with a) one-digit number
a) one-digit number b) 10
b) 10, 100, and 1 000
11. Divide decimals by a whole number
9. Solve problems involving with the dividend value of up to
multiplication of decimals. two decimal places.

12. Solve problems involving division


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.

Example 1.

Practise reading the decimal numbers below

1. 0.3 - zero point three

2. 0.6 - 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 0.4 - ________________________
Lets try
7. 0.01 - ________________________ this !!!
8. 4.3 - ________________________

9. 47.28 - ____________________________

Example 2
TIPS

Write down the number of decimal places for each number. 7 - WHOLE NUMBER
1. 0.8 2. 6.5 8 A whole number can
be a decimal number
2 decimal places
7.0 - 1 decimal place
1 decimal place
7.00 - 2 decimal
places

Number Total number of decimal places


6.8 1 decimal place
Lets try
46.71 2 decimal places
this !!!
0.3
5.5
23.09
Exercise 1

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Write the decimals in numerals or in words.

1 Zero point five 2 Zero point nine

3 One point seven 4 Three point eight

5 Eleven point one 6 Zero point nine one

7 Zero point zero five 8 Twenty-four point two six

9 Forty-two point three three 10 Seventy point three nine

11 0.6 12 0.7

13 6.9 14 8.8

15 5.1 16 3.07

17 62.35 18 50.05

19 13.28 20 76.86

2. Recognise the place value of : a) tenths b) hundredths c) tenths and hundredths.

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PLACE VALUE OF DECIMAL NUMBERS

Points to note: TIPS


Each digit in a decimal has its The place value after the
own place value and digit decimal point ended with
value. ths

Example 1.

The place values and digit values for the decimal 247.38 are as follows.

Whole Number Decimal Decimal Number


Place Value Hundreds Tens Ones point Tenths Hundredths

2 4 7 . 3 8
3 8
= = 0.08
Digit Value 200 40 7 10 100
0.3

A point separates
whole numbers and
decimal numbers

State the place values of the underlined digit.

1. 14.3 tens (refer the table above)


2. 3.9 ones (refer he table above)
3. 8.75 hundredths (refer the table above)
4. 8.9 tenths (refer the table above)

5. 28.17

6 35.23 Lets try this !!!

7. 15.06

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Exercise 2
State the place values of the underlined digits.

1. 0.27 2. 6.12

3. 2.47 4. 0.05

5. 51.31 6. 20.20

7. 45.13 8. 47.89

9. 13.98 10. 37.33

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3. Convert fractions to decimals of: a) tenths b) hundredths c) tenths and hundredths and vice versa.

Example 1.

Convert fractions to decimal number.


POINTS TO NOTE
1 A fraction with a denominator of
1. = 0.1 1digit after the
10 10 is equivalent to a decimal
decimal place with one decimal place.
1 zero

7
2. = 0.7
10
TIPS
Denominator 10
3
3. = 0.3
10 One decimal place

4
4. =
10

6
5. =
10

8 Lets try this !!!


6. =
10

3
7. = 0.03 2 digits after the
100 POINTS TO NOTE
decimal place
A fraction with a denominator of
2 zeros 100 is equivalent to a decimal
with two decimal places.
7
8. = 0.07
100

19 TIPS
9. = 0.19 Denominator 100
100
two decimal places
8
10. =
100

4
11 =
100

23 Lets try this !!!


12. =
100

Example 2.

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Convert decimals number to fractions.

3
1. 0.3 = 1 zero
10
1 digit after
the decimal point

1
2. 0.1 =
10

3. 0.7 = Lets try this !!!

4. 0.9 =

5. 0.3 =

13
6. 0.13 =
100 2 zeros

2 digits after
the decimal place

33
7. 0.33 =
100

8. 0.57 =
Lets try this !!!

9. 0.08 =

10. 0.42 =

Exercise 3
Convert the following fractions to decimal and vice versa.

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1. 5 2 9
= =
10 10

3 9 4 17
= =
100 100

5 47 6 0.3 =
=
100

7 0.7 = 8 0.91 =

9. 0.56 = 10. 0.02 =

4.. 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

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0.6 + 0.1 Arrange in vertical form


according to its place values
0.6 Decimal points must be in a
+ 0.1 straight line.

0.7
Arrange in vertical form.
Decimal points must be in
a straight line.
8 + 0.5
8.0
+ 0.5 Arrange the whole number
to one decimal place.
8.5

12.3 + 6.6 + 2.4


1 1
Arrange in vertical form.
12.3
Decimal points must be in
6.6 a straight line.

+ 2.4 regroup if necessary .

21.3

0.7 + 0.2 6 + 2.8 0.2 + 5.3 + 2.9


Lets
try
this!!
!

Example 2

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0.4 + 0.78 Arrange in vertical form

0.04 Decimal points must be in a


straight line
+ 0.78
0.82

Arrange in vertical form


3 + 0.15 + 0.08
Change the whole number
3.00 to two decimal places

0.15 Decimal points must be in


a straight line
+ 0.08
3.23

11.1+ 6.6 + 72.4


1 1
Arrange in vertical form
11.1
Decimal points must be in
6.6 a straight line

+72.4 Regroup if necessary.

90.1
Lets try this !!!

3.65 + 8.26 20 + 12.63 10.29 + 5.44 + 25 2.9

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Exercise 4
Add the following.

1 0.5 + 0.3 = 2 13 + 0.8 =

3 42.3 + 5.6 + 0.7 4 71.4 + 6.51 =

5 12.46 + 8.17 = 6 17 + 0.7 + 7.82 =

5. Solve problems involving addition of decimal numbers.

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1. .1 EXAMPLE HOW TO SOLVE


2. 0.1
3. 0.05
4. 24.26
5. 42.33
6.
EXAMPLE 1
70.39

1. Mazlan
or point sevenweighs 30.4 kg and Wan weighs 0.7 kg more
2. six than
point nine
Mazlan. What is Wans weight?
3. eight point eight
Step 1 :
4. five point one
5. Read
three pointand
zerounderstand
seven question. As you read, underline the
6. key words.
sixty-two point three five
7. fifty point zero five
8. thirteen pointweighs
Mazlan two eight
30.4 kg and Wan weighs 0.7 kg
9. seventy-six point eight six
more than Mazlan. What is Wans weight?
Step 2place
1. 1 decimal :
Write place
2. 1 decimal the operation / formula of the keywords signify.
3. 2 decimal places
4. 2 decimal
Mazlan places
weighs 30.4 kg and Wan weighs 0.7 kg
5. 2 decimal places
6.
(+ )
1 decimal place
more than Mazlan. What is Wans weight?
2.
3. tenths
4. hundredths
Step 3 : Add
.
0.7 kg + 30.4 kg

0.7 kg
+ 30.4 kg
31.1 kg Answer : 31.1 kg

Note : + and are on the same scale. So calculate


as in the order given.
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Exercise 5
Solve the problems

1. A pail holds 2.5l of liquid and a basin holds


3.5 l of liquid. Find the total volume of liquid, in litres, in the two containers.

.
2. Bottle A contains 1.5 l of syrup. Bottle B contains 2.3 l of syrup and bottle C
contains 0.25 l of syrup. What is the total volume of syrup in the three bottles ?

3. The length of three sticks is 3.9 m, 0.87 m and 1.57 m. 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).

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Example 1

0.8 0.4 Arrange in vertical form


according to its place values.
0.8 Decimal points must be in a
0.4 straight line.

0.4

Arrange in vertical form


according to its place values.
9 0.5 Change the whole number
8 10
to one decimal place.
9.0 (ex.9 = 9.0 )

0.5 Decimal points must be in


a straight line.
8.5 regroup if necessary

0.7 0.3 0.1


Arrange in vertical form
0.7 0.4 according to its place values.

0.3 0.1 Decimal points must be in


a straight line.
0.4 0.3

Lets try this !!!

2.8 - 0.3 6 - 2.8 9 - 0.5 - 1.4

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Example 2

9.71 - 5.47 Arrange in vertical form


according to its place values.
6 11

9.71 Decimal points must be in a


straight line
5.47 regroup if necessary
4.24

3.78 2.35 Arrange in vertical form


3.78 according to its place values.

2.35 Decimal points must be in


a straight line
1.43 regroup if necessary

82.08 14.2 9.6 Arrange in vertical form


5 17 according to its place values.

82.08 67.88 Decimal points must be in


a straight line.
14.20 9.60
regroup if necessary
67.88 58.28

Lets try this!!!

0.9 - 0.1 65.9 - 63 16.05 - 3.5 - 2.88

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Exercise 6
Subtract the following.

1 0.9 0.3 = 2 19.3 0.8 =

3 20 6.8 3.7 = 4 9 0.57 =

5 7.64 1.58 0.6 = 6 17 3.7 11.11 =

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7. Solve problems involving subtraction of decimal numbers.

7. .1 EXAMPLE HOW TO SOLVE


8. 0.1
9. 0.05
10. 24.26 EXAMPLE 1
11. 42.33
12. 70.39
The length of a stick is 7.5 m. If 3.95 m of the
10. or pointstick
seven is cut off, what is the length of the stick
11. six point nine
remains?
12. eight point eight
13. five point one
14. three point
Stepzero
1 :seven
15. sixty-two pointand
Read three five
understand question. As you read underline the
16. fifty point zero five
17. thirteen keywords.
point two eight
18. seventy-six point eight six
The length of a stick is 7.5 m. If 3.95 m of the stick is cut
7. 1 decimal
off,place
what is the length of the stick remains?
8. 1 decimal place
9. 2 decimal places
Step
10. 2 decimal 2:
places
Write
11. 2 decimal the operation / formula the keywords signify.
places
12. 1 decimal place
The length of a stick is 7.5 m. If 3.95 m of the stick is
5. ( )
6. tenths
cut off, what is the length of the stick remains ?
7. hundredths

Step 3 : Minus
.
7.5m 3.95m

7.50 m
- 3.95 m
3.55 m Points to note
Answer
Put a:zero
3.55 m
to obtain
2 decimal places.

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as in the order given.

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Solve the problems.

1 Yanti bought 10 m of cloth to sew dresses. She used up 8.9 m for her twin
daughters dresses. How much cloth is left?

2 Joseph bought 1.3 l of fresh milk. He drank 0.5 l of it.


What was the volume of milk left?

3 Asmah has a piece of string 14 m long. She cut two pieces, one 3.5 m and the other
5.6 m long. How long is the remaining string?

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8. Multiply any decimal of one decimal place with


a) one-digit number, b) 10, 100 and 1 000.

Example 1.

1. Arrange in vertical form.


5 6.7 = 33.5 2. Place the multiplier below
3 the last decimal place.
6.7 3. Multiply one digit at a time
from right to left.
5 4. Regroup if necessary.
5. Put the decimal point
33.5 according to the decimal
place.

7 2.4 =

Lets try this !!!

Example 2
1. Arrange in vertical form.
2. Place the multiplier below
5 0.67 = 4.02 the last decimal place.
4 3. Multiply one digit at a time
from right to left.
0.67 4. Regroup if necessary.
6 5. Put the decimal point
according to the decimal
4.02 place.

4 0.29 =

Lets try this !!!

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Example 3
Move the decimal point one
7.8 10 = 78 place to the right.

Move the decimal point two


2.3 9 100 = 239 places to the right.

Move the decimal point three


9.5 1 6 1000 = 9 516 places to the right.

Lets try this !!!


Lets try this !!!
3.7 10 = 5.71 100 = 9.197 1000 =

3.03 10 9.22 100 48.3 1 000

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Exercise 8
Multiply.

1 0.3 7 = 2 31.6 10 =

3 16.8 100 = 4 6.2 1 000 =

5 4.47 2 = 6 0.45 10 =

7 7.34 100 = 8 8.48 1 000 =

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9. Solve problems involving multiplication of decimal numbers.

13. .1 EXAMPLE HOW TO SOLVE


14. 0.1
15. 0.05
16. 24.26 EXAMPLE
17. 42.33
18. 70.39
The mass of a packet of biscuits is 1.25 kg. What is
19. or pointthe
seventotal mass of 3 packets of biscuits ?
20. six point nine
21. eight point eight
Step
22. five point one1 :
Read
23. three point zeroand understand question. As you read underline the
seven
24. sixty-two
key words. five
point three
25. fifty point zero five
26. thirteen point two eight
Thepoint
27. seventy-six masseight
of asix
packet of biscuits is 1.25 kg. What is the
total mass of 3 packets of biscuits ?
13. 1 decimal place
14. 1 decimal place
Step 2:
15. 2 decimal places
Write
16. 2 decimal the operation / formula the keywords signify.
places
17. 2 decimal places
The
18. 1 decimal mass of a packet of biscuits is 1.25 kg.
place
( )
8. What is the total mass of 3 packets of biscuits ?
9. tenths
10. hundredths
Step 3 : Multiply
.
1.25 kg 3

1.25 kg
3
3.75 kg Answer : 3.75 kg

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Exercise 9
Solve the problems.

1 The length of a hockey stick is 68.5 cm. Find the total length of 3 similar
hockey sticks.

2 A bowl can hold 73.4 g of flour. Lina used 6 bowls of flour for baking a cake.
How much flour did Lina use?

3 A tank can hold 13.6 litres of oil when it is full.


How much oil can 6 tanks hold?

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10. Divide decimal of one decimal place and two decimal places by : a) one-digit number, b) 10,

Example 1
4.6 2 =
Arrange in
vertical form
Place the decimal point.
in line with decimal point of

dividend
2 4.6

2.3 Divide digit by digit from


left to right
2 4 .6
4
0 6
6
0

Lets try
this !!!

4.8 4 =

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Example 2
Set the time table of 6
1=6
2 = 12
7.92 6 = 3 = 18
4 = 24
5 = 30
6 = 36
. 7 = 42
8 = 48

6 7. 9 2
9 = 54

Arrange in vertical form.


Place the decimal point
in line with decimal point
1. 3 2 of dividend.

6 7. 9 2
-6
Divide digit by digit
1 9 from left to right.
Regroup if necessary.
1 8
12
- 12
00
Answer

1.32
Lets try this !!!

23.5 5 =

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Example 3

0.8 10 = TIPS
10 has 1 zero means one move

Move decimal point


0.8 10 1 place to the left

0.08

Example 4

34.7 10 =

Move decimal point


34.7 10 1 place to the left.

3.47
Lets try this !!!

6.9 10 =

45.3 10 =

27.5 10 =

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Exercise 10
Divide

1 6.2 2 = 2 6.5 5 =

3 12.6 6 = 4 4.64 8 =

5 25.5 10 = 6 13.5 10 =

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11. Divide decimals by a whole number with the dividend value of up to two decimal places.

Example 2 Set the time table 5


1=5
2 = 10
3 = 15
15.7 5 = 4 = 20
5 = 25
6 = 30
7 = 35
. 8 = 40
9 = 45

5 15.7 Arrange in vertical form.


Place the decimal point
in line with decimal point
of dividend.

Divide digit by digit from


3. 1 4 left to right.

5 15. 7 0
Regroup if necessary.

- 15
0 7
5
Put a zero to the dividend
20 wherever there is a remainder
- 20
00

3.14 Answer

18.8 8 =
Lets try
this !!!

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Exercise 11
Divide.
.

1 10.08 3 = 2 2.28 6 =

3 15.7 5 = 4 18.2 4 =

5 69.45 3 = 6 496.4 8 =

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12. Solve problems involving division of decimal numbers.

19. .1 EXAMPLE HOW TO SOLVE


20. 0.1
21. 0.05
22. 24.26
23. 42.33
EXAMPLE
24. 70.39

17.7seven
28. or point kg of rice has been divided between three flood
29. six victims.
point nine How many kilograms of rice are provided to
30. eight pointvictim?
each eight
31. five point one
32. three point zero seven
Step 1point
33. sixty-two : three five
34. fiftyRead
point and
zero understand
five question. As you read underline the
35. thirteen point two eight
keywords.
36. seventy-six point eight six
17.7 kg
19. 1 decimal of rice has been divided between three flood
place
victims.
20. 1 decimal How many kilograms of rice are provided to each
place
victim?
21. 2 decimal places
22. 2 decimal places
23. 2 decimal places
Step 2 :
24. 1 decimal place
Write the operation / formula the keywords signify.
11.
17.7 kg of rice has been divided between three flood
12. tenths
13. hundredths
victims. How many kilograms of rice is provided to
()
each victim?

Step 3 : Divide

5.9
3 17.7
15
27

27
00 Answer : 5.9 kg

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Exercise 12
Solve the problems.

1 The total length of 4 equal pieces of ribbon is 20.08 cm.


Find the length of each piece of ribbon.

2 Roslan packed 6.6 kg of rice into four bags equally.


What is the weight, in kg, of rice in each bag?

3 Raja pours 9.84 of syrup equally into 8 bottles.


What is the volume, in , of a bottle?

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