Expanded Form With Decimals Worksheets
When writing decimals in expanded form, we must always remember to multiply all numbers by their place value and separate them using parentheses. Remember also that the digit in front (to the left) of the decimal is a whole number and the numbers after the decimal must be written in their correct place value.
Benefits of Expanded Form with Decimals Worksheets
Writing decimals in expanded form simply means writing each number according to its place value. This is done by multiplying each digit by its place value and adding them together. Let's look at an example: 2.435. In words, we would say this as two and four hundred thirtyfive thousandths. The whole number 2 is said as two, the decimal is said as 'and,' and the decimal part, which is 435, is said as a regular number: four hundred thirtyfive. But since it is a decimal, we would say the last number as its place value. The last number 5 is in the thousandths place, so we must say four hundred thirtyfive thousandths.
Download Expanded Form with Decimals Worksheet PDFs
These math worksheets should be practiced regularly and are free to download in PDF formats.
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