# Understanding Decimal Place Value Practice - Answer Key

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Understanding Decimal Place Value

Use the grids provided to show each number.

 1. 0.05 2. 0.23 3. 0.77

Write each number in decimal form.

4. six thousandths (0.006)

5. six and six tenths (6.6)

6. six hundredths (0.06)

7. sixty hundredths (0.60)

8. six tenths (0.6)

9. six and six thousandths (6.006)

Compare the following decimal pairs using > and < signs.

10. 0.091 (>) 0.019

11. 2.374 (>) 2.293

12. 5.013 (<) 5.130

13. 0.051 (<) 0.150

14. 7.505 (<) 7.550

Order the following series from least to greatest.

15. 0.06, 6, 600, 0.6 (0.06, 0.6, 6, 600)

16. 3.9, 3.214, 4.1, 3.3, 3.89 (3.214, 3.3, 3.89, 3.9, 4.1)

17. 8, 819.0, 8.019, 809, 8.19 (8, 8.019, 809, 819.0)

18. 7.51, 7.402, 7.559, 7.55, 7.45 (7.402, 7.45, 7.51, 7.55, 7.559)

19. 56.97, 56, 56.02, 56.1 (56, 56.02, 56.1, 56.97)

Challenge Make as many decimal numbers as possible using a decimal point and each of the digits 4, 6, and 0 only once. Arrange the numbers you made from least to greatest. (0.46, 0.64, 4.06, 4.60, 6.04, 6.40)

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