Lesson Worksheet: Converting Fractions to Decimals Mathematics • 7th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice converting fractions to decimals by first rewriting the fraction to have a denominator of 10, 100, or 1000.

Q1:

Mason went running for 215 hours. Express this mixed number as a decimal.

Q2:

The planet Mercury is roughly 25 of the size of Earth. Write the fraction as a decimal.

Q3:

Calculate 1.425÷425, rounding your answer to the nearest hundredth.

Q4:

The Siberian tiger can grow up to 1045 feet long. Express this length as a decimal.

Q5:

In the United States, there are 78750 Internet users per 100 people. Express the number of Internet users per 100 people as a decimal.

Q6:

Convert 6415 to a decimal.

Q7:

Rancho Middle School has an average of 2338 students per teacher. Write this fraction as a decimal.

Q8:

Convert 9492691,000 to a decimal.

Q9:

At a party, people drank 11 bottles of soda. The soda bottles came in packs of 4. This makes 234 packs of soda bottles. Write that number as a decimal.

Q10:

Michael’s truck can carry up to 3.634 tons of sand. One day, he was asked to transport 3916 tons. Will Michael be able to transport all the sand in one trip?

  • ANo
  • BYes

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