Lesson Worksheet: Place Value: Tenths, Hundredths, and Thousandths Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying the value of digits in numbers with up to 3 decimal places.

Q1:

Complete the following as in the example 0.100=0.1=0.10: 0.800==.

  • A0.08, 0.008
  • B0.8, 0.08
  • C0.08, 0.80
  • D0.8, 0.80

Q2:

What value does the digit 2 represent in the number 14.062?

  • A210
  • B2
  • C2100
  • D21,000

Q3:

Complete the following as in the example 0.2=0.20=0.200: 0.5==.

  • A0.05, 0.005
  • B0.50, 0.005
  • C0.05, 0.500
  • D0.50, 0.500

Q4:

Which of these numbers have their last digit in the thousandths place?

  • A1.13, 0.19
  • B0.304, 0.19
  • C1.13, 0.235
  • D0.304, 0.235
  • E0.304, 1.13

Q5:

Which of the numbers on these cards have their last digit in the hundredth place?

  • A0.635, 0.55
  • B0.65, 0.55
  • C0.695, 0.635
  • D0.8
  • E0.695, 0.65

Q6:

two thousand, seven hundred ninety-five and five hundred eighty-nine  thousandths is written as .

Q7:

Write the place value of the underlined digit in 1.234.

  • AHundreds
  • BThousandths
  • CTenths
  • DHundredths
  • EThousands

Q8:

Write the place value of the underlined digit in 2.234.

  • ATenths
  • BHundredths
  • CThousandths
  • DThousands
  • EHundreds

Q9:

What value does the digit 2 represent in the number 0.124?

  • A2100
  • B21,000
  • C3100
  • D2
  • E210

Q10:

Complete the given table.

NumberOnesTenthsHundredthsThousandths
1.235
  • A2, 1, 3, 5
  • B0, 2, 3, 5
  • C1, 2, 3, 5
  • D1, 3, 2, 5
  • E1, 2, 5, 3

Q11:

Pick one way we can write 0.284 in word form.

  • ATwo hundred forty-eight hundredths
  • BTwo hundred eighty-four hundredths
  • CTwo hundred eighty-four thousandths
  • DTwo hundred forty-eight thousandths
  • ETwo hundred eighty-four thousands

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