100

How can you write nineteen and eighty-two hundredths

19.82

100

Which number is in the tenths place value?

2.482

4

100

The place value position of the number 5 in 125,487

Thousands place

100

Round to the nearest whole number.

36.912

37

100

Which number is in the hundredths place?  What is 1/10 x that number shown as a decimal?

238.197

0.009

100

True or False:

0.120=0.12

True

200

Write 'two hundred and three hundredths' in standard form.

200.03

200

Convert 22/3 to a mixed number

7  1/3

200

10.31 + 3.67 =

13.98

200

5.67 - 2.34

3.33

200

What is 1.4 + 2.5

3.9

200

Convert 19/4  to a mixed number.

4 3/4

300

order from least to greatest: 7.020; 7.100; 7.201

7.020; 7.100; 7.201

300

Order from greatest to least:

3.124   ,     312.4    , 31.24

312.4    ,    31.24     ,      3.124

300

Subtract the decimal numbers:

80.97-32.2=

48.77

300

568 x100

56,800

300

What number is in the hundreds place?

4657.983

6

300

add: 2 3/4 + 7 1/4

10

400

Write 8.12 in expanded decimal form.

8+0.1+0.02

400

use >, < or = to compare: 0.031 and 0.03

0.031 > 0.03

400

If 6 children share 45 sweets equally, how many sweets will remain?

3 sweets remain

400

13.93

400

43 x 2.4

103.2

400

148 students are going on a field trip. Each bus can carry 40 students. How many buses are needed?

4 buses

500

Write 15.703 in expanded place value form.

(1x10) + (5x1) + (7x1/10) + (3x1/1000)

500

Write 23.47 in expanded place value form.

(2x10) + (3x1) + (4x1/10) + (7x1/100)

500

Kaleb bought a box of fruit that weighed 51 ⁄3 kilograms. If he gave away 31 ⁄9 kilograms of fruit to his friends, how many kilograms does he have left?

20/9 OR

2 2/9

500

A malt shop used one-half of a box of waffle cones every day they were open. How many days would 7 whole boxes last them?

14

500

A farmer was dividing up his one-ninth of an acre of land between his 6 children. Since each child got the same amount of land, what fraction of the acre did each get?

1/54

500

Tom and Bob have a total of 49 toys. If Bob has 5 more toys than Tom, how many toys does each one have?

Tom: 22  Bob: 27