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Worksheet: Converting Mixed Numbers to Decimals

Q1:

Convert to a decimal.

Q2:

Convert to a decimal.

Q3:

Convert to a decimal.

Q4:

Convert to a decimal.

Q5:

Convert to a decimal.

Q6:

Convert to a decimal.

Q7:

Find the ratio in its simplest form.

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Q8:

Find the ratio in its simplest form.

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Q9:

Calculate , rounding your answer to the nearest hundredth.

Q10:

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

Q11:

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

Q12:

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

Q13:

In 2010, the number of people per square mile in Nevada was . Express this fraction as a decimal.

Q14:

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

Q15:

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

Q16:

The table shows the wingspans of different birds. Name the bird that has the smallest minimum wingspan and the bird that has the greatest maximum wingspan, and give their wingspans in decimal form.

Bird Minimum Wingspan (ft) Maximum Wingspan (ft)
Whooping crane
Bald eagle
Black-footed albatross
  • A black-footed albatross: 6.3 ft, black-footed albatross: ft
  • B bald eagle: ft, bald eagle: 7.5 ft
  • C bald eagle: ft, black-footed albatross: ft
  • D black-footed albatross: 6.3 ft, bald eagle: 7.5 ft
  • E black-footed albatross: 6.3 ft, whooping crane: 7.25 ft