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# Decimal Review

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• 1.
• 2.
• A decimal is a fractional number and is indicated by digits after a period which is called a decimal point.
• 3.
• Line up the decimals.
• Fill in the empty spaces with zeroes.
• Compare from the left.
• 4.
• Find the rounding place.
• Look to the right of the rounding place.
• If the number is five or greater, round up.
• If the number is less than five, your rounding place stays the same.
• Numbers behind the rounding place turn to zeroes in FRONT of the decimal.
• Numbers behind the rounding place fall into the water BEHIND the decimal
• 5.
• Line up the decimal points.
• Fill in any empty spaces with zeroes.
• Add or subtract like you would whole numbers.
• Bring the decimal point down.
• 6.
• Line up the numbers.
• Count the number of digits behind a decimal point
• Multiply the numbers like you would whole numbers
• Put the decimal at the end of the answer and move it the number of places you counted in step two.
• 7.
• Move the decimal to the end of the outside number.
• Move the decimal the same number of places on the inside number.
• Put the decimal on the roof.
• Divide like you would with whole numbers.
• If you have a remainder, add zeroes behind the decimal and continue dividing.
• 8.
• 9.