Lesson Worksheet: Writing Thousandths Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice modelling thousandths in a place value table, writing decimals to match the number modeled, and representing the number in words, digits, and expanded form.

Q1:

Write 0.026 in words.

  • Atwenty-six tenths
  • Btwenty-six thousands
  • Ctwenty-six hundredths
  • Dtwenty-six thousandths
  • Etwenty-six ten-thousandths

Q2:

Write the answer in numerals: 4+8+6+7+9tenthshundredthsthousandthstenshundreds.

Q3:

Express 405.597 in words.

  • Afive hundred ninety-seven and four hundred five thousandths
  • Bfour hundred five and five hundred ninety-seven thousandths
  • Cfive hundred ninety-seven and four hundred four thousandths
  • Dfour hundred four and five hundred ninety-seven hundredths

Q4:

79.81=+++hundredthstenthsunitstens.

  • A9,8,1,7
  • B7,9,8,1
  • C8,7,9,1
  • D1,8,9,7

Q5:

A girl has 57.90 LE, and her sister has 3.90 LE. How much do they have in total?

Q6:

Express thirty-four and one hundred thirty-six thousandths in standard form.

Q7:

Express five hundred twelve thousandths in standard form.

Q8:

Write (7×0.1)+(3×0.01)+(4×0.001) in word form.

  • Aseven hundred thirty-four tenths
  • Bseven hundred thirty-four
  • Cseven hundred thirty-four thousandths
  • Dseven hundred thirty-four hundredths

Q9:

Write 1.976 in word form.

  • Aone and nine hundred seventy-six tenths
  • Bone and nine hundred seventy-six thousandths
  • Cnine hundred seventy-six hundredths
  • Done and nine hundred seventy-six hundredths
  • Enine hundred seventy-six thousandths

Q10:

400.902=.

  • A(4×100)+9×110+2×1100
  • B(9×100)+(2×1)+4×110
  • C(4×100)+9×110+2×11,000
  • D(4×100)+9×1100+2×110
  • E(4×10)+9×110+2×1100

Q11:

Represent the expression (5×1,000)+(7×10)+(8×1)+1×110+2×1100 as a decimal number.

Q12:

Complete the following using the following choices: 85.519=+++.

  • A85,0.1,0.05,0.009
  • B85,0.9,0.05,0.001
  • C85,0.9,0.01,0.005
  • D85,0.5,0.01,0.009

Q13:

48.364=.

  • A(43×100)+(6×10)+(4×1)+(4×10)+(4×100)
  • B(3×100)+(6×10)+(4×1)+(4×10)+(4×100)
  • C(4×10)+(8×1)+(3×10)+(6×100)+(4×1,000)
  • D(4×100)+(8×10)+3×110+6×1100+4×11,000
  • E(4×10)+(8×1)+3×110+6×1100+4×11,000

Q14:

987.65=.

  • A(9×100)+(8×10)+(7×1)+(6×1)+(5×10)
  • B(9×100)+(8×10)+(7×1)+6×110+5×1100
  • C(6×10)+(5×1)+9×11,000+8×1100+7×110
  • D(6×10)+(5×1)+9×11,000+8×1100+7×110
  • E(9×10,000)+(8×1,000)+(7×100)+6×110+5×1100

Q15:

Represent the expression (7×10,000)+(1×1,000)+(5×100)+9×110 as a decimal number.

Q16:

Write eighty-three and three hundred six thousandths in expanded form.

  • A(83×1)+(3×0.1)+(0×0.01)+(6×0.001)
  • B(8×10)+(3×1)+(3×0.1)+(0×0.01)+(6×0.001)
  • C(8×10)+(3×1)+(3×0.01)+(0×0.001)+(6×0.001)
  • D(3×0.1)+(0×0.01)+(6×0.001)

Q17:

Write fifty-eight and eighty-seven hundredths in expanded form.

  • A(8×0.1)+(7×0.01)
  • B(5×10)+(8×1)+(8×0.01)+(7×0.01)
  • C(5×10)+(8×1)+(8×0.1)+(7×0.01)
  • D(58×1)+(8×0.1)+(7×0.01)

Q18:

260.804=.

  • A(2×100)+(6×10)+8×11,000+4×110
  • B(2×100)+(6×10)+8×110+4×11,000
  • C(8×100)+(4×1)+2×110+6×1100
  • D(8×100)+(4×1)+2×110+6×1100
  • E(2×100)+(6×10)+8×110+4×1100

Q19:

1.892=+++tenthshundredthsthousandthsunits.

  • A9,2,8,1
  • B8,9,2,1
  • C1,8,9,2
  • D1,9,8,2

Q20:

Write one hundred seventy-four thousandths in expanded form.

  • A(174×0.01)
  • B(1×100)+(7×10)+(4×0.001)
  • C(1×0.1)+(7×0.01)+(4×0.001)
  • D(1×100)+(7×10)+(4×1)

Q21:

The world’s smallest vegetable is the snow pea. It measures about 0.25 inches in diameter. Which phrase correctly represents this value?

  • ATwenty-five inches
  • BTwenty-five thousandths of an inch
  • CTwenty-five hundred inches
  • DTwenty-five tenths of an inch
  • ETwenty-five hundredths of an inch

Q22:

=72+0.4+0.09+0.003.

Q23:

Which of the following does not have the same value as the others?

  • Aninety-five hundredths
  • B0.95
  • C(9×0.1)+(5×0.01)
  • D9.5

Q24:

One method to describe the improper fraction 1,2531,000 is to write it as 1+210+5100+31,000.

Use this method to describe the improper fraction 1,5631,000.

  • A2+610+5100+31,000
  • B1+510+3100+61,000
  • C2+510+6100+31,000
  • D1+510+6100+31,000
  • E1+610+5100+31,000

Q25:

Write the decimal number that is equivalent to 1+110+4100+11,000.

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