# Worksheet: Modeling Thousandths

In this worksheet, we will practice representing thousandths using models, fractions, decimals, and words.

Q1:

The rectangle below represents one whole. What decimal is represented by the shaded area? Q2:

The big square below represents one whole. What decimal is represented by the shaded area? Q3:

Write 14 hundredths as a decimal.

Q4:

Which of these is one-tenth?

• A
• B1
• C
• D

Q5:

Write 5 hundredths as a decimal.

Q6:

Write fifty-four hundredths as a decimal.

Q7:

Write 0.92 in words.

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

Q8:

Write 0.41 in words.

• Aforty-one hundred
• Bforty-one thousandth
• Cforty-one tenth
• Dforty-one hundredth
• Eforty-one

Q9:

Write twenty-nine hundredths as a decimal.

Q10:

Look at how Benjamin showed twenty-six thousandths on a number line. Which number line shows sixty-three thousandths?

• A • B • C • D Write sixty-three thousandths as a fraction.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Write sixty-three thousandths as a decimal.

Q11:

The large cube below represents the number 1. What decimal is represented by the shaded area of the model?

Q12:

Which model represents fifty-seven thousandths?

• A • B • C • D 