Decimals test
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Name _____________________ Date:_____________________
Solve the following problems
1. In the number 4.143289, which digit is in the thousandths place? ____________
2. In the number 4.1546, what is the value of the digit 5? ____________
3. Which number represents one hundred and twenty five ten thousandths? ____________
A. 100.0025
B. 100.025
C. 100.00025
D. 100.02005
4. Write the following number in numerals: six and fourty three hundredths_____________________
5. Write the following numerals with words: 36.017 _____________________
6. 0.025 rounded to the nearest tenths is ___________
A. 0.0031
B. 0.03
C. 0.031
D. 0.0030
7. Round 2.458974374 to the nearest millionths ___________
A. 2.458975
B. 2.458980
C. 2.458974
D. 2.458974374
8. Add 0.48 + 9 + 1.5 + 0.7 ___________
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10. After Subtracting 38.45 from 64.12 and rounding to the nearest tenths, the answer is ___________
A. 25.67
B. 27.7
C. 27.68
D. 27.60
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12. What is the product of 21.014 and 101? ___________
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14. What is the product of 0.01 and 1000? ___________
15. How many times 0.02 goes into 16.2 (Hint: divide 16.2 by 0.02)
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17. Joseph sells hot dogs for a living on Monday through Friday. This week, he sold for 340.25, 180.41, 210.789, 74.13, and 150 dollars.
Mark spent 541.23 dollars to make those ice cream
What is Mark's profit? ___________
18. Peter received 73.96 dollars for 8 hours of work. What is Peter's average pay? ___________
19. A large commercial air plane traveled 750 miles in 5 hours. Do you think the air plane was going fast enough? ___________
20. Which division gives the biggest quotient? A division of 0.02 by 10 or a division of 0.01 by 5? ___________
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