Worksheet: Dividing Decimals by 10, 100, and 1000

In this worksheet, we will practice explaining how the value of each digit changes when a number is divided by 10, 100, or 1000.

Q1:

A person cycled 73.33 m in a hundred seconds. How many meters did that person cycle in one second?

Q2:

A merchant bought 100 kilograms of apples for 1,880 LE and 1,000 kilograms of oranges for 7,900 LE. What is the price of one kilogram of oranges? What is the price of one kilogram of apples?

  • AOne kilogram of oranges costs 1.88 LE and one kilogram of apples costs 0.79 LE.
  • BOne kilogram of oranges costs 188 LE and one kilogram of apples costs 79 LE.
  • COne kilogram of oranges costs 10 LE and one kilogram of apples costs 100 LE.
  • DOne kilogram of oranges costs 18.80 LE and one kilogram of apples costs 7.90 LE.

Q3:

Calculate 3,324÷100.

Q4:

Olivia saved 398pounds from her pocket money during the last 100 days. How much money did she save every day on average?

Q5:

Complete the figure shown.

  • A844, 0.488
  • B0.0844, 4,880
  • C844, 4,880
  • D0.0844, 0.488

Q6:

Complete: 5,459÷=5.459.

Q7:

A bicycle covered 535 m in 100 seconds. What distance did it cover in one second?

Q8:

Calculate (736÷10)(8.24÷1,000), rounding your answer to the nearest thousandth.

Q9:

A person cycled 47.67 m in a hundred seconds. How many meters did that person cycle in one second?

Q10:

56,19310,000 to the nearest thousandth.

Q11:

What is 393.13÷10?

Q12:

What is 151.3÷100?

Q13:

A girl bought 10 kg of fruit for 128pounds. What is the price of 1 kilogram of fruit?

Q14:

Divide 7,881 by 10 and then divide this result by 100. What number do you get?

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