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Worksheet: Identifying, Reading, and Writing Tenths and Hundredths as Decimals

Q1:

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

  • A0.2, 0.02
  • B0.02, 0.14
  • C0.3, 0.14
  • D0.2, 0.3
  • E0.2, 0.14

Q2:

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

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

Q3:

Write 5 hundredths as a decimal.

  • A500
  • B0.5
  • C50
  • D0.05
  • E0.005

Q4:

Write 14 hundredths as a decimal.

  • A
  • B1.4
  • C140
  • D0.14
  • E0.014

Q5:

Write fifty-four hundredths as a decimal.

Q6:

Write 0.8 in words.

  • Aeight hundredths
  • Beight tens
  • Ceight thousandths
  • Deight tenths
  • Eeight ten-thousandths

Q7:

Write 0.92 in words.

  • Aninety-two hundreds
  • Bninety-two
  • Cninety-two tenths
  • Dninety-two hundredths
  • Eninety-two thousandths

Q8:

How can we write 0.17 in words?

  • A1 tenth and 7 hundreds
  • B1 tenth and 7 tenths
  • C1 tens and 7 hundreds
  • D1 tenth and 7 hundredths
  • E7 tenth and 1 hundredth

Q9:

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

  • A twenty-five thousandths
  • B twenty-five tenths
  • C twenty-five hundreds
  • D twenty-five hundredths
  • E twenty-five