Worksheet: Order of Operations: Decimals

In this worksheet, we will practice evaluating numerical expressions involving decimals using the order of operations.

Q1:

Use the order of operations to find the value of 65×0.9.

Q2:

Calculate 36+6.2×1,000 using the order of operations.

Q3:

Determine the value of 2×1.3+1.5 using the order of operations.

Q4:

Calculate 68.79.9÷3.32.5.

Q5:

Calculate 8×7(4.8+4.2)+4.1.

Q6:

Calculate the following: 3×4+6.71.

Q7:

Using the order of operations, find the value of 71×3.67+42.

Q8:

Use the order of operations to find the value of the following: 75.478+2.64.

Q9:

Chloe is hosting a party. If she has $40, and a bakery sells a dozen muffins for $5.75 and a dozen bagels for $7.39, can she afford 2 dozen muffins and 4 dozen bagels?

  • Ayes
  • Bno

Q10:

A pizzeria charges $3.68 for a slice of pizza and $0.52 for one extra topping. Determine the cost of ordering 150 slices of pizza, all with one extra topping.

Q11:

A flash drive sells for $96.79 at a certain store and for $90.89 at another. If Noah buys a dozen flash drives, determine the amount he could save if he buys them from the second store.

Q12:

Do these expressions have the same value?

  • Ano
  • Byes

Q13:

Isabella used a $20 note and a $10 note to pay for 6 toys. Each toy cost $4.50

Which expression is equal to the number of dollars she received in change?

  • A [ ( 2 0 + 1 0 ) × 4 . 5 ] ÷ 6
  • B ( 2 0 + 1 0 ) ( 6 × 4 . 5 )
  • C [ 2 0 + 1 0 × 4 . 5 ] ÷ 6
  • D 2 0 + 1 0 6 4 . 5
  • E ( 2 0 1 0 6 ) × 4 . 5

How much change did she receive?

Q14:

Calculate (7512.66)×5.

Q15:

A baker made 100 muffins and 120 cupcakes. He sold the muffins for $1.75 each and the cupcakes for $2.50 each.

Write an expression for the amount of money he made without doing any calculations.

  • A ( 1 0 0 × 1 . 7 5 ) + ( 1 2 0 × 2 . 5 )
  • B ( 1 0 0 + 1 2 0 ) × ( 1 . 7 5 + 2 . 5 )
  • C 1 . 7 5 × ( 1 0 0 + 2 . 5 ) × 1 2 0
  • D 1 0 0 + ( 1 . 7 5 × 1 2 0 ) + 2 . 5
  • E 1 0 0 × ( 1 . 7 5 + 1 2 0 ) × 2 . 5

Q16:

Daniel’s dad asks him to paint the fence in the backyard. He earns $9.00 per hour. The fence is 50 feet long, and Daniel figures it will take him 23 of an hour to paint 10 feet of fence. Daniel’s dad will also pay him an additional $4.00 to clean the brushes after the job is completed. How much money can Daniel expect to earn?

Q17:

Calculate (817.8660.64)+(84.0268.65).

Q18:

Calculate (4.15×6)+(4.15×4).

Q19:

Calculate (6.4×0.5)+(6.5×0.1).

Q20:

Calculate (26.4×2.8)+8.159.

Q21:

Calculate (4.698+8.36)×6.

  • A7.8348
  • B783.48
  • C78.058
  • D78.348

Q22:

Calculate (4.57+4.78)×7.2.

Q23:

Calculate (8.302×1,000)+5.558.

Q24:

Calculate (844÷10)+(0.8194×10).

Q25:

Calculate (4×0.078)+(52÷0.08).

  • A6,539
  • B653.9
  • C65.031
  • D650.312
  • E6,503.12

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