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Name: Date:Greater or Less Than OneDEC 1Instructions: Compare the top and bottom numbers of each fraction to tell if its valueis greater than 1 or less than 1. Use the greater than ( ) or less than ( ) signs to showwhich has the greatest 34119184120100781Fractions and Decimals mathantics.com 2013 Math Plus Motion, LLC

Name: Date:Base 10 “Building Blocks”DEC 2Instructions: Complete the table below. Multiply by 10 to find Powers of 10 that are greaterthan 1. (hint: each time you multiply by 10, you can just put another zero on the end of youranswer.) The first two have been done for you.1 10 10ten10 10 100one hundred100 10 one thousand1,000 10 ten thousandone hundred thousand10,000 10 100,000 10 one million1,000,000 10 ten millionInstructions: Complete the table below. Divide by 10 to find Powers of 10 that are lessthan 1. (hint: each time you divide by 10, you can just put another zero on the end of thedenominator.) The first two have been done for you.1 10 1 10 1011011001 10 1001 10 1,0001 10 10,000Fractions and Decimals mathantics.comone tenthone hundredthone thousandthone ten-thousandthone hundred-thousandth 2013 Math Plus Motion, LLC

Name: Date:Number Place NamesDEC 3Instructions: The diagram to the right shows the names of the Number Places we use mostoften. Use this diagram to help you complete the exercises below.ten thousandshundred ut a 2 in the tens place,,2,.,.tenthshundredthsthousandths1put a 1 in the ones place,,.2put a 5 in the thousands place,,.3put a 8 in the hundreds place,,.4put a 4 in the tenths place,,.5put a 3 in the millions place,,.6put a 6 in the ten thousands place,,.7put a 7 in the hundredths place,,.8put a 0 in the tens place,,.9put a 2 in the thousandths place,,.10put a 9 in the hundred thousandsplace,,.Fractions and Decimals mathantics.com 2013 Math Plus Motion, LLC

Name: Date:Number PlacesDEC 4Instructions: Put the correct digits in the Number Places to show the amounts listed.If there are empty Number Places between digits, fill them with zeros as place-holders.13 tens5 ones8 hundredths24 hundreds2 ones5 tenths38 thousands7 tens1 tenth3 hundredths45 ten thousands4 thousands2 ones6 tenths53 ones1 tenth4 hundredths1 thousandth62 ten thousands9 thousands8 hundreds7 tenths7 thousandths77 millions9 ten thousands4 hundreds6 tens9 tenths7 thousandths,,3 5.0 8Fill empty spots betweenother digits with zeros,,.,,.,,.,,.,,.,,.Fractions and Decimals mathantics.com 2013 Math Plus Motion, LLC

Name: Date:The Decimal PointF-DEC 5Instructions: These numbers are missing a decimal point. Put a decimal point in thespot necessary to make the number shown in written form.1fifty-nine point sevenfive point ninety-seven2twenty-five point sixtwo point fifty-six35 9.75.9 7decimal pointdecimal point256256three-hundred, sixty-five point fourthirty six point fifty-four4fifteen point seven, fiveone hundred, fifty-seven point five5eight point one, five, sixeight-hundred, fifteen point six6three-thousand, two-hundred point ninethirty-two point zero, zero, nine7fifty-five thousand, two-hundred, fourteenfifty-five point two, one, four8six-hundred and two point five, sevensixty point two, five, sevenFractions and Decimals 214552146025760257 2013 Math Plus Motion, LLC

Fractions and Decimals mathantics.com Number Place Names, , . ones tens tenths. hundredths thousandths. hundreds thousands. ten thousands hundred thousands. millions Instructions: The diagram to the right shows the names of the Number Places we use most often. Use this diagram to help you complete the exercises below.File Size: 294KB