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    • 666666tthhtthhtthhGradesGradesGrades444444tthhtthhtthh Decimals (+) (-) Adding &Adding &Adding & SubtractingSubtractingSubtracting
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 93 87 80 73 67 60 53 47 40 33 11-15 27 20 13 7 0 1) 87.00 - 17.28 69.72 2) 32.580 + 5.635 38.215 3) 17.30 - 5.09 12.21 4) 88.00 + 35.60 123.6 5) 65.040 - 50.414 14.626 6) 32.0 + 1.1 33.1 7) 47.0 - 1.3 45.7 8) 80.0 + 29.6 109.6 9) 66.0 - 38.3 27.7 10) 88.100 + 52.880 140.98 11) 31.700 - 9.466 22.234 12) 66.0 + 61.6 127.6 13) 26.000 - 10.760 15.240 14) 14.00 + 13.55 27.55 15) 77.00 - 61.01 15.99 1. 69.72 2. 38.215 3. 12.21 4. 123.6 5. 14.626 6. 33.1 7. 45.7 8. 109.6 9. 27.7 10. 140.98 11. 22.234 12. 127.6 13. 15.240 14. 27.55 15. 15.99 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 1
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 93 87 80 73 67 60 53 47 40 33 11-15 27 20 13 7 0 1) 87.00 - 17.28 69.72 2) 32.580 + 5.635 38.215 3) 17.30 - 5.09 12.21 4) 88.00 + 35.60 123.6 5) 65.040 - 50.414 14.626 6) 32.0 + 1.1 33.1 7) 47.0 - 1.3 45.7 8) 80.0 + 29.6 109.6 9) 66.0 - 38.3 27.7 10) 88.100 + 52.880 140.98 11) 31.700 - 9.466 22.234 12) 66.0 + 61.6 127.6 13) 26.000 - 10.760 15.240 14) 14.00 + 13.55 27.55 15) 77.00 - 61.01 15.99 1. 69.72 2. 38.215 3. 12.21 4. 123.6 5. 14.626 6. 33.1 7. 45.7 8. 109.6 9. 27.7 10. 140.98 11. 22.234 12. 127.6 13. 15.240 14. 27.55 15. 15.99 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 1
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Modified 1-10 92 83 75 67 58 50 42 33 25 17 11-12 8 0 1) 87.00 - 17.28 69.72 2) 32.580 + 5.635 38.215 3) 17.30 - 5.09 12.21 4) 88.00 + 35.60 123.6 5) 65.040 - 50.414 14.626 6) 32.0 + 1.1 33.1 7) 47.0 - 1.3 45.7 8) 80.0 + 29.6 109.6 9) 66.0 - 38.3 27.7 10) 88.100 + 52.880 140.98 11) 31.700 - 9.466 22.234 12) 66.0 + 61.6 127.6 33.1 123.6 109.6 140.98 22.234 38.215 127.6 45.7 14.626 69.72 27.7 12.21 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 1
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 93 87 80 73 67 60 53 47 40 33 11-15 27 20 13 7 0 1) 85.0 - 38.2 46.8 2) 37.0 + 28.0 65 3) 10.900 - 7.095 3.805 4) 53.300 + 30.478 83.778 5) 67.000 - 17.256 49.744 6) 40.90 + 10.29 51.19 7) 69.900 - 4.839 65.061 8) 35.0 + 17.2 52.2 9) 70.0 - 26.9 43.1 10) 13.90 + 9.22 23.12 11) 26.0 - 22.1 3.9 12) 90.00 + 51.12 141.12 13) 55.100 - 47.758 7.342 14) 3.400 + 2.538 5.938 15) 8.00 - 2.28 5.72 1. 46.8 2. 65 3. 3.805 4. 83.778 5. 49.744 6. 51.19 7. 65.061 8. 52.2 9. 43.1 10. 23.12 11. 3.9 12. 141.12 13. 7.342 14. 5.938 15. 5.72 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 2
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 93 87 80 73 67 60 53 47 40 33 11-15 27 20 13 7 0 1) 85.0 - 38.2 46.8 2) 37.0 + 28.0 65 3) 10.900 - 7.095 3.805 4) 53.300 + 30.478 83.778 5) 67.000 - 17.256 49.744 6) 40.90 + 10.29 51.19 7) 69.900 - 4.839 65.061 8) 35.0 + 17.2 52.2 9) 70.0 - 26.9 43.1 10) 13.90 + 9.22 23.12 11) 26.0 - 22.1 3.9 12) 90.00 + 51.12 141.12 13) 55.100 - 47.758 7.342 14) 3.400 + 2.538 5.938 15) 8.00 - 2.28 5.72 1. 46.8 2. 65 3. 3.805 4. 83.778 5. 49.744 6. 51.19 7. 65.061 8. 52.2 9. 43.1 10. 23.12 11. 3.9 12. 141.12 13. 7.342 14. 5.938 15. 5.72 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 2
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Modified 1-10 92 83 75 67 58 50 42 33 25 17 11-12 8 0 1) 85.0 - 38.2 46.8 2) 37.0 + 28.0 65 3) 10.900 - 7.095 3.805 4) 53.300 + 30.478 83.778 5) 67.000 - 17.256 49.744 6) 40.90 + 10.29 51.19 7) 69.900 - 4.839 65.061 8) 35.0 + 17.2 52.2 9) 70.0 - 26.9 43.1 10) 13.90 + 9.22 23.12 11) 26.0 - 22.1 3.9 12) 90.00 + 51.12 141.12 3.9 65.061 52.2 49.744 3.805 65 83.778 43.1 51.19 141.12 46.8 23.12 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 2
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 93 87 80 73 67 60 53 47 40 33 11-15 27 20 13 7 0 1) 74.00 - 1.23 72.77 2) 65.350 + 13.553 78.903 3) 90.0 - 33.3 56.7 4) 21.0 + 9.7 30.7 5) 56.400 - 54.562 1.838 6) 5.0 + 2.3 7.3 7) 43.0 - 21.1 21.9 8) 11.0 + 1.4 12.4 9) 3.000 - 2.763 0.237 10) 83.80 + 60.68 144.48 11) 45.80 - 7.08 38.72 12) 58.000 + 6.064 64.064 13) 97.0 - 33.3 63.7 14) 76.40 + 63.51 139.91 15) 38.210 - 11.549 26.661 1. 72.77 2. 78.903 3. 56.7 4. 30.7 5. 1.838 6. 7.3 7. 21.9 8. 12.4 9. 0.237 10. 144.48 11. 38.72 12. 64.064 13. 63.7 14. 139.91 15. 26.661 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 3
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 93 87 80 73 67 60 53 47 40 33 11-15 27 20 13 7 0 1) 74.00 - 1.23 72.77 2) 65.350 + 13.553 78.903 3) 90.0 - 33.3 56.7 4) 21.0 + 9.7 30.7 5) 56.400 - 54.562 1.838 6) 5.0 + 2.3 7.3 7) 43.0 - 21.1 21.9 8) 11.0 + 1.4 12.4 9) 3.000 - 2.763 0.237 10) 83.80 + 60.68 144.48 11) 45.80 - 7.08 38.72 12) 58.000 + 6.064 64.064 13) 97.0 - 33.3 63.7 14) 76.40 + 63.51 139.91 15) 38.210 - 11.549 26.661 1. 72.77 2. 78.903 3. 56.7 4. 30.7 5. 1.838 6. 7.3 7. 21.9 8. 12.4 9. 0.237 10. 144.48 11. 38.72 12. 64.064 13. 63.7 14. 139.91 15. 26.661 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 3
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1) John and Lana were comparing the distance they ran over a week. If John ran 13.42 miles and Lana ran 16.7 miles, how far did they run total? 2) Chloe downloaded two apps which were 12.42 kb total. If one app was 9.32 kb, how big was the other app? 3) Mike was weighing the amount of candy he received for Halloween. If he received 5.9 kg and his brother received 7.1 kg, how much candy did they get all together? 4) Will was checking how much power his lights used. His first light by itself used 73.15 amps. When he turned on the second light, together they used 152.95 amps. How many amps did just the second light use? 5) Luke walked 5.62 kilometers during the two days he was at the fair. One the first day he walked 3.52 kilometers. How far did he walk the second day? 6) Dave bought 4.6 lbs of cherry and lime jelly beans for his birthday party. If 1.70 lbs were cherry flavor, how many pounds were lime flavor? 7) A scientist was measuring the daily sodium values of different foods. If a soda has 44.22% the daily value and fries have 49.1% the daily value, how much would they have together? 8) Maria was checking the weight of a gold nugget and a piece of fools gold. Together they weighed 98.06 grams. If the fools gold was 20.16 grams, how much did the gold nugget weigh? 9) Sarah was measuring how much taller she got over two years. In the first year she grew 1.72 cm. In the second year she grew 7.6 cm. How much taller did she get altogether? 10) A computer programmer had two files. The first was 50.41 gigabyes and the second was 42.4 gigabytes. What is the total file size of both? 1. 30.12 2. 3.1 3. 13 4. 79.8 5. 2.1 6. 2.9 7. 93.32 8. 77.9 9. 9.32 10. 92.81 Adding and Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 7
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1) John and Lana were comparing the distance they ran over a week. If John ran 13.42 miles and Lana ran 16.7 miles, how far did they run total? 2) Chloe downloaded two apps which were 12.42 kb total. If one app was 9.32 kb, how big was the other app? 3) Mike was weighing the amount of candy he received for Halloween. If he received 5.9 kg and his brother received 7.1 kg, how much candy did they get all together? 4) Will was checking how much power his lights used. His first light by itself used 73.15 amps. When he turned on the second light, together they used 152.95 amps. How many amps did just the second light use? 5) Luke walked 5.62 kilometers during the two days he was at the fair. One the first day he walked 3.52 kilometers. How far did he walk the second day? 6) Dave bought 4.6 lbs of cherry and lime jelly beans for his birthday party. If 1.70 lbs were cherry flavor, how many pounds were lime flavor? 7) A scientist was measuring the daily sodium values of different foods. If a soda has 44.22% the daily value and fries have 49.1% the daily value, how much would they have together? 8) Maria was checking the weight of a gold nugget and a piece of fools gold. Together they weighed 98.06 grams. If the fools gold was 20.16 grams, how much did the gold nugget weigh? 9) Sarah was measuring how much taller she got over two years. In the first year she grew 1.72 cm. In the second year she grew 7.6 cm. How much taller did she get altogether? 10) A computer programmer had two files. The first was 50.41 gigabyes and the second was 42.4 gigabytes. What is the total file size of both? 1. 30.12 2. 3.1 3. 13 4. 79.8 5. 2.1 6. 2.9 7. 93.32 8. 77.9 9. 9.32 10. 92.81 Adding and Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 7
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Modified 1-10 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1) John and Lana were comparing the distance they ran over a week. If John ran 13.42 miles and Lana ran 16.7 miles, how far did they run total? 2) Chloe downloaded two apps which were 12.42 kb total. If one app was 9.32 kb, how big was the other app? 3) Mike was weighing the amount of candy he received for Halloween. If he received 5.9 kg and his brother received 7.1 kg, how much candy did they get all together? 4) Will was checking how much power his lights used. His first light by itself used 73.15 amps. When he turned on the second light, together they used 152.95 amps. How many amps did just the second light use? 5) Luke walked 5.62 kilometers during the two days he was at the fair. One the first day he walked 3.52 kilometers. How far did he walk the second day? 6) Dave bought 4.6 lbs of cherry and lime jelly beans for his birthday party. If 1.70 lbs were cherry flavor, how many pounds were lime flavor? 7) A scientist was measuring the daily sodium values of different foods. If a soda has 44.22% the daily value and fries have 49.1% the daily value, how much would they have together? 8) Maria was checking the weight of a gold nugget and a piece of fools gold. Together they weighed 98.06 grams. If the fools gold was 20.16 grams, how much did the gold nugget weigh? 9) Sarah was measuring how much taller she got over two years. In the first year she grew 1.72 cm. In the second year she grew 7.6 cm. How much taller did she get altogether? 10) A computer programmer had two files. The first was 50.41 gigabyes and the second was 42.4 gigabytes. What is the total file size of both? 2.9 13 2.1 93.32 3.1 30.12 79.8 92.81 9.32 77.9 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Adding and Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 7
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1) John walked 4.83 kilometers during the two days he was at the fair. One the first day he walked 1.73 kilometers. How far did he walk the second day? 2) Kaleb was checking how much power his lights used. His first light by itself used 59.71 amps. When he turned on the second light, together they used 130.61 amps. How many amps did just the second light use? 3) A botanist was measuring how tall her plant grew. After two weeks it had grown 12.58 inches. The second week alone it had grown 5.28 inches! How much did it grow the first week? 4) Roger was weighing the amount of candy he received for Halloween. If he received 10.24 kg and his brother received 7.2 kg, how much candy did they get all together? 5) Wendy was checking the weight of a gold nugget and a piece of fools gold. Together they weighed 123.1 grams. If the fools gold was 44.6 grams, how much did the gold nugget weigh? 6) A computer programmer had two files. The first was 47.35 gigabyes and the second was 41.7 gigabytes. What is the total file size of both? 7) Sam was making some brownies and cupcakes for his school fundraiser. If the brownies needed 3.84 cups of sugar and the cupcakes needed 1.9 cups, how much sugar would he need altogether? 8) Oliver ate a snack with 83.4 total calories. If the chips he ate were 32.70 calories, how many calories were in the rest of his snack? 9) Janet was trying to put some files on her flash drive. If she had one file that was 8.6 mb and another file that was 9.1 mb what is their combined file size? 10) Henry and Sarah were comparing the distance they ran over a week. If Henry ran 16.2 miles and Sarah ran 12.8 miles, how far did they run total? 1. 3.1 2. 70.9 3. 7.3 4. 17.44 5. 78.5 6. 89.05 7. 5.74 8. 50.7 9. 17.7 10. 29 Adding and Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 8
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1) John walked 4.83 kilometers during the two days he was at the fair. One the first day he walked 1.73 kilometers. How far did he walk the second day? 2) Kaleb was checking how much power his lights used. His first light by itself used 59.71 amps. When he turned on the second light, together they used 130.61 amps. How many amps did just the second light use? 3) A botanist was measuring how tall her plant grew. After two weeks it had grown 12.58 inches. The second week alone it had grown 5.28 inches! How much did it grow the first week? 4) Roger was weighing the amount of candy he received for Halloween. If he received 10.24 kg and his brother received 7.2 kg, how much candy did they get all together? 5) Wendy was checking the weight of a gold nugget and a piece of fools gold. Together they weighed 123.1 grams. If the fools gold was 44.6 grams, how much did the gold nugget weigh? 6) A computer programmer had two files. The first was 47.35 gigabyes and the second was 41.7 gigabytes. What is the total file size of both? 7) Sam was making some brownies and cupcakes for his school fundraiser. If the brownies needed 3.84 cups of sugar and the cupcakes needed 1.9 cups, how much sugar would he need altogether? 8) Oliver ate a snack with 83.4 total calories. If the chips he ate were 32.70 calories, how many calories were in the rest of his snack? 9) Janet was trying to put some files on her flash drive. If she had one file that was 8.6 mb and another file that was 9.1 mb what is their combined file size? 10) Henry and Sarah were comparing the distance they ran over a week. If Henry ran 16.2 miles and Sarah ran 12.8 miles, how far did they run total? 1. 3.1 2. 70.9 3. 7.3 4. 17.44 5. 78.5 6. 89.05 7. 5.74 8. 50.7 9. 17.7 10. 29 Adding and Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 8
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 92 83 75 67 58 50 42 33 25 17 11-12 8 0 1) 27 - 24.53 = 2.47 2) 66.18 + 31.183 = 97.363 3) 76.13 - 62.664 = 13.466 4) 81 + 74.1 = 155.1 5) 14 - 10.2 = 3.8 6) 59.80 + 29.286 = 89.086 7) 82 - 27.9 = 54.1 8) 78.3 + 63.21 = 141.51 9) 29 - 7.21 = 21.79 10) 18.4 + 12.47 = 30.87 11) 38.7 - 31.73 = 6.97 12) 33 + 17.5 = 50.5 1. 2.47 2. 97.363 3. 13.466 4. 155.1 5. 3.8 6. 89.086 7. 54.1 8. 141.51 9. 21.79 10. 30.87 11. 6.97 12. 50.5 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 9
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 92 83 75 67 58 50 42 33 25 17 11-12 8 0 1) 27 - 24.53 = 2.47 2) 66.18 + 31.183 = 97.363 3) 76.13 - 62.664 = 13.466 4) 81 + 74.1 = 155.1 5) 14 - 10.2 = 3.8 6) 59.80 + 29.286 = 89.086 7) 82 - 27.9 = 54.1 8) 78.3 + 63.21 = 141.51 9) 29 - 7.21 = 21.79 10) 18.4 + 12.47 = 30.87 11) 38.7 - 31.73 = 6.97 12) 33 + 17.5 = 50.5 1. 2.47 2. 97.363 3. 13.466 4. 155.1 5. 3.8 6. 89.086 7. 54.1 8. 141.51 9. 21.79 10. 30.87 11. 6.97 12. 50.5 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 9
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Modified 1-10 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1) 27 - 24.53 = 2.47 2) 66.18 + 31.183 = 97.363 3) 76.13 - 62.664 = 13.466 4) 81 + 74.1 = 155.1 5) 14 - 10.2 = 3.8 6) 59.80 + 29.286 = 89.086 7) 82 - 27.9 = 54.1 8) 78.3 + 63.21 = 141.51 9) 29 - 7.21 = 21.79 10) 18.4 + 12.47 = 30.87 89.086 13.466 3.8 97.363 141.51 54.1 30.87 2.47 155.1 21.79 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 9
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers 1-10 92 83 75 67 58 50 42 33 25 17 11-12 8 0 1) 57.07 - 32.162 = 24.908 2) 81.6 + 71.253 = 152.853 3) 59 - 13.50 = 45.50 4) 27 + 2.65 = 29.65 5) 81 - 4.5 = 76.5 6) 36 + 21.4 = 57.4 7) 91 - 58.8 = 32.2 8) 21 + 11.7 = 32.7 9) 45 - 3.8 = 41.2 10) 37.2 + 24.10 = 61.3 11) 52.7 - 25.16 = 27.54 12) 80.3 + 35.551 = 115.851 1. 24.908 2. 152.853 3. 45.50 4. 29.65 5. 76.5 6. 57.4 7. 32.2 8. 32.7 9. 41.2 10. 61.3 11. 27.54 12. 115.851 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 10
    • Math www.CommonCoreSheets.com Name: Answers Answer Key 1-10 92 83 75 67 58 50 42 33 25 17 11-12 8 0 1) 57.07 - 32.162 = 24.908 2) 81.6 + 71.253 = 152.853 3) 59 - 13.50 = 45.50 4) 27 + 2.65 = 29.65 5) 81 - 4.5 = 76.5 6) 36 + 21.4 = 57.4 7) 91 - 58.8 = 32.2 8) 21 + 11.7 = 32.7 9) 45 - 3.8 = 41.2 10) 37.2 + 24.10 = 61.3 11) 52.7 - 25.16 = 27.54 12) 80.3 + 35.551 = 115.851 1. 24.908 2. 152.853 3. 45.50 4. 29.65 5. 76.5 6. 57.4 7. 32.2 8. 32.7 9. 41.2 10. 61.3 11. 27.54 12. 115.851 Adding & Subtracting Decimals Solve each problem. 10