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Decimals
Syopsis
1. The decimal system helps to place
fractions in the place value chart.
2. The place value of a digit decreases
by one-tenth as the digit moves by
one place from left to right.
3. To find place for fractions in the place
value chart, the chart has to be ex-
tended to the right of the units place
if'a fraction is less than 1
4, A decimal number has two parts, a
whole number part and a decimal
number part with a dot or a decimal
point, in between, separating them.
5. If we add any number of zeroes after
the extreme right digit in the deci-
mal number part, it will not change
the value of the fractional number.
TT eA ee ke eae}
1. The decimal number 9.6 is read as
(A) nine six (B) ninety six
(©) nine point six (D) none
a
(B)o.8
(D) none
3.
By
ais ees
Oi6 ©) Foo
4
10.
igre
1 ==
(A) 12.10 (B) 10.3.
(12.3 (0) 123.10
46.3
46 460
ip err
3 463
() 4675 ) 00
Big pabliee
10 *°* jo00
(A) 0.087 (B) 807
(C) 0.807 (D) 0.870
‘The decimal number of 35; ~
(ajo.4 (B)0.20
(c}0.25 (D)0.40
The place value of 3 in 4.375 is
fas (6)30
ean sails
(Vt0 ) F000
ae
(ayaa, B43
(4.03, (D)0.43
0.08 = __
(a) 0.80 (B)0.800
(C} 0.080 (08u
2.
13,
14.
15,
16.
17.
18,
13
‘The decimal form of 7575 is
i000
(ay 15 (B) 150
(C) 0.15 (D) 0.015
The place value of 7 in 17.8 is _
7 70
(C) as (D) pas
© 10 ee) 100
‘The decimal number for
2,2
any 10 10
(A) 202, (B) 24
(C) 20.02 (D) 20.22
8
T827+ >
a Bs
(10 (0) 100
3 Dn
10 1000 ~
(A) 53, (B) 0.53
(C) 0.530 (D) 0.503
gece anes
* To * tooo ~——
{a)0.213 (B)2.13
(C) 2.013 (D) 2.130
85926
000“ ——
(A) 8.5926, (B) 85.926
(Cc) 8592.6 (D) 859260
3 hundredths can be written as
(4) 0.003 (B) 0.03
(©) 0.300 (D) 300
19.
In which figure does the shaded part
represents 0.3?
(A)
i)
(c)
©
20, What is the decimal fraction shown
by the shaded part of the figure given
‘below?
Yy Y
TIE
25 (B)05
(0.6 (D)0.8
21, Which number is greater than 3,
(ao7 (B)0.25
(C) 0.48 (D) 0.29922.
23.
24,
25,
26,
27.
28.
Which decimal number is the same
wa 3p
7
wost Bost
(C) 0.75, (D) 3.4
Lakshmi is 150 em tall What is her
height in metres?
(4) 1 metre
(B) 1.5 metres
(©) 15.0 metres
(D) 0.15 metres
ae
asia 8g
** 706 * F000
(a) 25.34
(B) 25. 304
(©) 25.034
(D) 25. 0034
Place value chart is extended on
._ side to provide place for
fractions.
(4) right (B) lett
(C) no (D) none
Place value of a digit increases by
times as the digit moves
from the right to the left place by
place,
(a) 100 @1
(c) 10 (D) None
48
Decimal form of 38> is
(A) 0.48 B48
(C) 0.048, (0) 48,000
Decimal form of 2 is
(oo (B) 1000.9
(c}0.009 (0)0.09
29.
30.
31
33,
34,
35.
26.
112
Decimal form of 5- is
(ay 11.2 (B12
(c) 112.0 121
78
Decimal form of 759 is
wos @)78.00
(ors ore
4099
Decimal form of F000
(A) 4.99 (B) 0.4999
(C) 4.999 (D) 49.99
Fraction for 0.004 is
4 4
i00 ®) To00
os 4
© ip Dig
Fraction for 0.012 is
12 12
(A) Too Bio
2 12
(1 Ze00 ) F000
3 tenths 5 thousandths is written
as
(A) 35.00, (B) 0.35
(C)3.5 (D) 0.305
Expanded form of 78.059 is
9
73+ 5,9
(4) 10 100
5
70+8+0+—>.
(B) 70+8+0+—%
So)
(0) 7048+ 543
(D} none
Sum of 0.3, 0.03 and 0.003 is
(a) 0.999 (B)0.393
(90.636 (0)0.33337.
41
42.
43,
44,
48.
47.
‘Sum of 1.8, 16.3 and 72.985 is
{A} 91.85 (B)9108.5,
(€) 91.085, (0) 9.1085
Difference of 32 and 27.091 is
(a) 30.791 (6) 5.909
(©) 4.909 (0) 3.909
Difference of 99.999 and 100 is
(ay Lani (8) 1.000
(©) 0.001 (D) 0.01
Product of 78.12 and 1.5is,
(ay 117.81 (p)117.18
(©) 117.32 (D) 117.80
Divide 125.625 + 0.5.
(a) 251.25 (3) 2512.5
(c) 28125 (0) 25.125
Sum of 0.5, 12.56 and 0.003 is
(4) 13.063, (8) 31.063
(©) 12.063 (D) none
Product of 3.92 0.1 0.0 * 6.38,
(a) 0.392 (8)0.1176
jo (D)6.3
5 thousandths is
(a) 0.05 (8) 0.005
(c) 8.000 (0) 0.056
2 tens 6 thousandths is
(a) 20.6 (8) 20.06
(210.6000 (D) 20.006
0.123 « 100 is
(a) 1.23, (6) 123
() 12.3 (0) 1230,
16.89 * 1000 is,
(a) 1689 (B) 16809
(cl 16890 (0) 168.9
48.
49.
51.
92,
58.
7.854 * 10is
(a) 785.4 (8) 78.54
(c) 7854 (D) 78540
9.826 + 10is
(a) 98.26 (3) 982.6
(0.09826 (0) 0.9826
0.05 0.09 x5 =
(4) 0.025 (B) 0.225
(©) 0.005 (D) 0.0225
18.0006 + 14,005 + 12.34 =
(a) 45.3356
(8) 45.3255
(144.3456
(0) 44.3356
1f 2805 +2.55 = 1100, then
280.5+25.
(ayia (1.01
(ou mu
Expression of 0.23 in terms of vulgar
fraction is
7 23,
4 36 ®) 00
23 ®
C150 ©) 30
The smallest possible decimal
fraction upto three decimal places is
(a) 0.101 (0.111
(©) 0.001 (Do.011
Which number is equal to
ea)
‘one
(a) 10.1
ie
@® 1.10
(©) 10.0187.
58.
59.
1
1f 0.111 is approximately equal to 5
‘then the approximate value of 0.777 is
5
ws
{(B)
c
iH oly oln
6)
If the cost of 15 pens is Rs. 148.50.
‘Then the cost of one pen is
(A) Rs. 12.80
(8)Rs.8.90
(C)Rs. 10.90
(D) Rs. 9.90
‘The cost of 1 lt, of milk is Rs. 7.50,
then the cost of 30.5 lit of milk is
(A) Re. 225.75
(B) Rs. 223.75
(O)Rs. 228.75
{D) none
The sum of two numbers is 31.021.
If one of them is 11.56, then the
other number is
(a}19.461
(B) 17.461
(C) 18.641
(D) 19.561
A shopkeeper sold 12.750 kg of sugar
on a day. On the next day he sold
38.250 kg of sugar. On the third day
he sold 50.500 kg of sugar . How
much of sugar in all did the
shopkeeper sell?
62.
61.
63.
(A) 100 ke,
(B) 101.5 kg
(©) 102.5 kg
(D) 101 kg
acuir
58*700* 1000
(a) 58.0037
(8) 58.37,
()58.037 |
(D) none
143.6 +2000=
(a)0.1718
7.18
(o.718
(0.0718
16.37 and 18.97 are
(A) like decimal fractions
(B) unlike decimal fractions
(C) equivalent decimal fractions
(D) none of these
Compare 12.1280] 12.129
(using >, <,
(ay>
e@<
a=
(D) none

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