Understanding Decimal Place Value Worksheet

Name ___________________________________________ Date _________________

Use the grids below to show these numbers.

1.  0.9

2.  0.72

Practice saying each number with your partner. Then fill out the chart below.

Number

Thousands

Hundreds

Tens

Ones

Tenths

Hundredths

Thousandths

0.36

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2,734.45

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3.038

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39.060

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970.32

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Write each decimal in word form. Write each word in decimal form.

3. 0.6   ______________________ .

4. thirty-six and five thousandths   ______________________ .

5. 4.87  ______________________ .

6. 0.534  ______________________ .

7. nine and nine hundredths  ______________________ .

8. one and thirty-six hundredths  ______________________ .



Write > or < to compare each pair of decimal numbers.

9. 57.02  _______  57.006

10. 6.81  _______  6.809

11. 0.19  _______  0.92

12. 0.023  _______  0.213

13. 3.030  _______  3.003

14. 0.642  _______  0.637

15. 1.14  _______  1.41

16. 32.07  _______  32.009

17. 3.123  _______  3.213

18. 2.799  _______  2.789


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