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 Anthony 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:

Emma 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[(20+10)×4.5]÷6
  • B(20+10)(6×4.5)
  • C[20+10×4.5]÷6
  • D20+1064.5
  • E(20106)×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(100×1.75)+(120×2.5)
  • B(100+120)×(1.75+2.5)
  • C1.75×(100+2.5)×120
  • D100+(1.75×120)+2.5
  • E100×(1.75+120)×2.5

Q16:

Calculate (817.8660.64)+(84.0268.65).

Q17:

Calculate (4.15×6)+(4.15×4).

Q18:

Calculate (6.4×0.5)+(6.5×0.1).

Q19:

Calculate (26.4×2.8)+8.159.

Q20:

Calculate (4.698+8.36)×6.

Q21:

Calculate (4.57+4.78)×7.2.

Q22:

Calculate (8.302×1,000)+5.558.

Q23:

Calculate (844÷10)+(0.8194×10).

Q24:

Calculate (4×0.078)+(52÷0.08).

Q25:

Calculate (72,551÷1,000)+(6,612÷10).

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