Worksheet: Decimals on Number Lines: Hundredths

In this worksheet, we will practice locating hundredths on a number line and recording them with fractions and decimals.

Q1:

Which of the numbers 𝑒, 𝑓, 𝑔, and is 0.6?

  • A𝑓
  • B𝑒
  • C𝑔
  • D

Q2:

Which letter shows where 0.965 belongs on this number line?

  • AD
  • BC
  • CB
  • DA

Q3:

What decimals are marked on the number line?

  • A21.73, 21.76, 21.81, 21.84
  • B21.72, 21.73, 21.81, 21.84
  • C21.73, 21.76, 21.82, 21.85
  • D21.72, 21.73, 21.82, 21.85

Q4:

What decimals are marked on the number line?

  • A67.43, 67.433, 67.438, 67.441
  • B67.43, 67.433, 67.439, 67.442
  • C67.429, 67.43, 67.438, 67.441
  • D67.429, 67.43, 67.439, 67.442

Q5:

Which letter shows where 0.459 belongs on this number line?

  • AB
  • BC
  • CA
  • DD

Q6:

Look at the highlighted number on the number line.

Write this number as a mixed number.

  • A78100
  • B387100
  • C378100
  • D382100
  • E87100

Write this number as a decimal.

Tip: Use a place value table to help you.

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Q7:

Which point marked on the following number line represents 0.35?

  • A𝐶
  • B𝐵
  • C𝐴

Q8:

A number line has points 32.63, 32.83, and 32.43 plotted on it. Where would you place point 32.71?

  • ABetween 32.63 and 32.83
  • BTo the right of 32.83
  • CTo the left of 32.43

Q9:

Which point represents the number 1.7 on the number line?

  • A𝐶
  • B𝐴
  • C𝐵

Q10:

Pick the number line where the blue point represents 2.15.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Q11:

If point 𝐴 is plotted halfway between the points 1.6 and 1.7 on the number line, which number is point 𝐴?

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