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0.000103 ____ 0.105

(2) Arrange 88.38, 8.32, 888.99, and 88.50 in ascending order.

(3) The product of two decimals is 117.7. If one of them is 10.7. Find the other number.

(4) If the following figure represents 0.21,

3

(5) What is the value of rounded off to first decimal place?

4

A) 0.332 B) 0.427

C) 0.959 D) 0.772

(7) What number do you get by adding 9 Thousands to 87 Thousandths?

(8) Write the decimal number 9804.794 in words.

(9) What are you left with when you take away one hundredths six times from 1?

(10) Simplify:

52.02 + 96.91 − 18 + 53.48

(11) What is the place value of 6 in 9471.6832?

(12) What is the place 1000 times smaller than the Tens place called?

(13) The sum of the two numbers is 42.174. If one of the numbers is 29.931, find the other number.

(14) Write the number six tenths in decimal form.

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(1) <

Step 1

In the given problem, we must compare the whole numbers at first. We observe that the whole part

is ‘0‘ in both the numbers and hence, can be said to be equal.

Step 2

If the whole parts are the same in both the numbers, we must compare the fractional parts.

Step 3

On comparing the fractional part of the two numbers, we find that .000103 < .105.

Step 4

Hence, 0.000103 < 0.105.

Step 1

In order to arrange 88.38, 8.32, 888.99, and 88.50 in ascending order, let us compare the whole

number part first.

Step 2

We see that 88.38 and 88.50 have 88 as the whole number part.

As, 3 < 5

Step 3

Thus, 8.32 < 88.38 < 88.50 < 888.99.

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(3) 11

Step 1

The product of two decimal numbers =

117.7

First number =

10.7

Product of two numbers

Second number =

First number

117.7

=

10.7

= 11

Step 2

Therefore, the other number is

11.

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(4) 0.38

Step 1

If we look at the figure, we notice that, there are a total of 100 boxes. 21 of 100 represents 0.21.

1

Therefore, 1 of 100 represents = = 0.01

100

Step 2

38

Hence, 38 of 100 represents = = 0.38

100

Step 3

Thus, the result of

is 0.38.

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(5) 0.8

Step 1

3

Let us convert into decimal form.

4

3

= 0.75

4

Step 2

Remember: To round off a number to the first decimal place, we look at the second decimal place.

If the digit at second decimal place is less than 5, the digits after the first decimal place disappear.

In case the digit at the second decimal place is 5 or greater than 5, we increase the digit at the first

decimal place by 1 and the all the digits to the right of the first decimal place disappear.

Step 3

We find that the digit at the second decimal place of 0.75 is 5. So, the digit at the first decimal

place becomes 7 + 1 = 8 and all the digits to the right of the first decimal place disappear.

Step 4

Thus, 0.75 can be rounded off to the first decimal place as 0.8.

83

(6) A)

250

Step 1

We can see that there is

3 digits to the right of the decimal point in the given number.

Step 2

To express the number in its fraction form,we will remove the given decimal point. The

number thus formed becomes the numerator while

1000 becomes the denominator.

Step 3

Thus, the fraction is

332 83

= .

1000 250

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427

B)

1000

Step 1

We can see that there is

3 digits to the right of the decimal point in the given number.

Step 2

To express the number in its fraction form,we will remove the given decimal point. The

number thus formed becomes the numerator while

1000 becomes the denominator.

Step 3

Thus, the fraction is

427

.

1000

959

C)

1000

Step 1

We can see that there is

3 digits to the right of the decimal point in the given number.

Step 2

To express the number in its fraction form,we will remove the given decimal point. The

number thus formed becomes the numerator while

1000 becomes the denominator.

Step 3

Thus, the fraction is

959

.

1000

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193

D)

250

Step 1

We can see that there is

3 digits to the right of the decimal point in the given number.

Step 2

To express the number in its fraction form,we will remove the given decimal point. The

number thus formed becomes the numerator while

1000 becomes the denominator.

Step 3

Thus, the fraction is

772 193

= .

1000 250

(7) 9000.087

Step 1

First, let us convert the number names into numerals as below:

9 Thousands = 9 × 1000 = 9000

87 Thousandths = 87 ÷ 1000 = 0.087

Step 2

Let us now add the two numbers:

| Lakhs| Thousands| Ones| Tenths| Hundredths| Thousandths| Ten thousandths|

| TL| L| TTH| TH| H| T| O| . (1/10)| (1/100)| (1/1000)| (1/10000)|

+ 9 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0

+ 0 . 0 8 7 0

Total 9 0 0 0 . 0 8 7 0

Legend:

TL - Ten Lakhs, L - Lakhs, TTH - Ten Thousands, TH - Thousands, H - Hundreds, T - Tens, O -

Ones.

Step 3

Thus, 9 Thousands + 87 Thousandths = 9000.087

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(8) Nine thousand eight hundred four point seven nine four

Step 1

In the given decimal number, the number before the decimal will be read as a whole number and

the digits of the number after the decimal point will be read individually.

Step 2

Thus, the number

9804.794 in words is written as

Nine thousand eight hundred four point seven nine four .

(9) 0.94

Step 1

If you look at the question carefully, we will notice:

1

one hundredths =

100

1 6

and six times of = = 0.06

100 100

Step 2

Now, taking one hundredths six times from 1, we get: 1 - 0.06 = 0.94

Step 3

Hence, we are left with 0.94 if we take away one hundredths six times from 1.

(10) 184.41

Step 1

Adding positive numbers and negative numbers separately, we get:

= 202.41

Negative number = 18

Step 2

Now, subtracting the sum of negative numbers from the sum of positive numbers, we get

202.41 − 18 = 184.41.

Step 3

Hence,

52.02 + 96.91 − 18 + 53.48 = 184.41.

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(11) 6 Tenths

Step 1

Let us draw the place value chart to find where the digit 6 is placed in the given number: 94716832

| Lakhs| Thousands| Ones| Tenths| Hundredths| Thousandths| Ten thousandths|

| TL| L| TTH| TH| H| T| O| . (1/10)| (1/100)| (1/1000)| (1/10000)|

9 4 7 1 . 6 8 3 2

Legend:

TL - Ten Lakhs, L - Lakhs, TTH - Ten Thousands, TH - Thousands, H - Hundreds, T - Tens, O -

Ones.

Step 2

From the above table, we observe that 6 is placed under the Tenths place.

Step 3

Hence, the place value of 6 in 9471.6832 is 6 Tenths.

Step 1

In order to find the place value which is 1000 times smaller than the Tens place, let us divide 10 by

1000:

10

= 0.01

1000

Step 2

Let us find the place of 1 in the number 0.01 by drawing the place value chart.

TTH TH H T O . (1/10) (1/100) (1/1000) (1/10000)

0 . 0 1

Legend:

TTH - Ten Thousands, TH - Thousands, H - Hundreds, T - Tens, O - Ones.

Step 3

Therefore, the place 1000 times smaller than the Tens place is called the Hundredths place.

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(13) 12.243

Step 1

We know that the sum of two numbers is

42.174.

Let the first number be

29.931.

Step 2

We can find the second number by subtracting the first number from the sum.

So, second number = Sum - First Number =

42.174 − 29.931 = 12.243

Step 3

Thus, the other number is

12.243.

(14) 0.6

Step 1

Let us write the given number name in the form of fraction:

6

10

Step 2

On converting the fraction into a decimal number, we get:

6

= 0.6

10

(15) True

Step 1

We observe that the digit at the tenths place in 0.015 is zero while it is 1 in 0.15.

Since, 0 < 1

We find that 0.015 is lesser than 0.15.

Step 2

This means that statement is true.

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