# Lesson Worksheet: Place Value: Tenths and Hundredths Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying the place value of digits in numbers with two decimal places and partition decimals in different ways.

Q1:

Write the place value of the underlined digit in .

• AHundredths
• BTens
• CTenths
• DHundreds

Q2:

What is the digit in the tenths place in the number 1.25?

Q3:

What is the digit in the hundredths place in the number 4.25?

Q4:

Which of these numbers have their last digit in the tenths place? • A0.3, 0.14
• B0.02, 0.14
• C0.2, 0.14
• D0.2, 0.3
• E0.2, 0.02

Q5:

We can represent 1.3 in different ways using the shown place value counters. Fill in the blanks: 1.3 = × ones counters + × tenths counters.

• A3, 1
• B1, 3
• C1, 1
• D3, 3

Fill in the blank: 1.3 = × tenths counters.

Fill in the blank: 1.3 = × hundredths counters.

Q6:

What is the value of the digit 5 in the number 1.25?

Q7:

Fill in the blank: The place value of 3 in the number 2.34 is .

• Atens
• Bhundred
• Chundredths
• Dtenths
• Eones

Q8:

What is the value of the underlined digit in ?

Q9:

Fill in the blank: .

Q10:

Determine the place value of 2 in 4.52.

• ATens
• BHundredths
• CHundreds
• DTenths
• EOnes