Worksheet: Writing Hundredths
In this worksheet, we will practice modelling hundredths in a place value table, writing decimals to match the number modeled, and representing the number in words, digits, and expanded form.
Each big square is one whole. Daniel has colored two wholes and seventeen-hundredths orange.
Write this as a mixed number.
Write this as a decimal.
Tip: Use a place value table to help you.
Write eighty-four hundredths in standard form.
Write the number 1.42 in expanded form.
If the big square represents the number 1, what is the number represented by the shaded area?
Write the number that has 462 hundredths in standard form.
Write the number represented by the following place value counter in standard form.
What is the number represented by the following place value table in standard form?
The big square represents the number 1.
Write in decimals the red squares’ part.
Write in decimals the blue squares’ part.
Write in decimals the green squares’ part.
Write in decimals the yellow squares’ part.
Write 5 hundredths as a decimal.
Write fifty-four hundredths as a decimal.
Express in standard form.
Write fifty-two hundredths in expanded form.
Consider the place value chart.
Complete the following: hundredths.
Ethan says that . Benjamin says that . Who is right?