Multiplying by Whole Numbers

Multiplying by Decimal Numbers

Dividing by Whole Numbers

Dividing by Decimal Numbers

Word Problems

0.2 x 6

What is 1.2

3.2 x 0.1

What is 0.32

1.2 divided by 6

What is 0.2

18.45 ÷ 0.5

What is 36.9

A recipe for a cake uses five 2.75 ounce packages of ground walnuts. Find the total ounces of ground walnuts needed for the recipe.

13.75

0.91 x 8

What is 7.28

0.001 x 0.02

What is 0.00002

4.26 ÷ 9

What is 0.5

The quotient of 0.1185 ÷ 7.9. Round to the nearest hundredth.

What is 0.02

Nick is buying a sports magazine that costs $4.95. What will it cost him for a year if he buys one magazine every month?

$59.40

The area of a rectangle with a length of 4 inches and a width of 6.4 inches?

What is 25.6 inches squared

The solution to y times 9.4 if y = 0.38

What is 3.572

46.25 ÷ 8

What is 5.8

The quotient of 14.804 divided by 4.3? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth

What is 3.44

Ms. Yarbrough is considering buying new carpeting for her living room. How many square feet of carpet will she need if her room is 16.3 feet by 24.6 feet?

400.98 feet squared

The area of a rectangle that has a lenth of 3 centimeters and a width of 9.3 cenitmeters

What is 27.9 centimeters squared

The solution to xyz if x = 2.6, y = 0.38, and z = 1.02

What is 1.00776?

48.68 divided by 7? Round your answer to the ones place.

What is 7.0

10.272 divided by 2.4

What is 4.28

Logan paid $13.30 for 2.8 pounds of roast beef. Find the price per pound of the roast beef.

$4.75

The product of 14.1235 and 4

What is 56.494

The solution of z times 12.34 + y if z = 2.6, and y = 0.38

What is 32.464

Is the quotient of 8.3 ÷ 10 greater than or less than one? Why?

Less than one, because you are dividing a larger number into a smaller number.

If a decimal greater than 0 and less than 1 is divided by a lesser decimal, would the quotient be always, sometimes, or never less than 1?

What is Never.
By dividing a lesser decimal, there will be more than 1 part.

George has a garden that covers 127.75 square feet. He wants to cover the soil of his garden with fertilizer. One bag of fertilizer covers 18.25 square feet. How many bags of fertilizer does George need?

7 bags

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