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# Place Value and Decimals

## by Brooke Young, Teacher at Las Flores Elementary School on Nov 26, 2008

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## Place Value and DecimalsPresentation Transcript

• Place Value and Decimals Mrs. Young EMC 1
• Objective To understand decimals up to ten-thousandths
• Decimal Point
• The decimal point is ALWAYS read “ and ”
• The value of numbers to the right of the decimal point is less than one
• Understanding Decimal Placement
• Say I have the decimal 0.318
• The 0 is in the ones place
• The 3 is in the ten ths place
• The 1 is in the hundred ths place
• The 8 is in the thousand ths places
• Notice that the place values after the decimal end in “TH”
• Different Ways to Write
• 0.318
• Standard form: 0.318
• Word form: zero and three hundred eighteen thousandths OR three hundred eighteen thousandths
• Let’s try another!
• 0.49
• Standard form: 0.49
• Word form: zero and forty-nine hundredths OR forty-nine hundreths
• 6.2
• Standard form: 6.2
• Word form: six and two tenths
• Let’s try something different!
• Write in standard form
• Eight and ninety seven hundredths
• Sixty five thousandths
• Five and 8 tenths
• Fifty four and seventeen hundredths
• More practice!
• Write each decimal in words
• 1) 0.395
• 4.56
• 93.009
• 14.7
• Even more practice!
• Write the value of the underlined digit
• 8. 3 41
• 56.7 3
• 0.87 1
• 82. 0 81