Writing 0.1 More or Less Than a Number

In this worksheet, students add or subtract 0.1 to or from a number.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Decimals

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you must write 0.1 more or less than a number.

Writing 0.1 more or less than a number involves adding or subtracting 0.1, making sure that you find the tenths column first.

Examples

0.1 more than 5.36 is 5.46

0.1 less than 9.01 is 8.91

What is 0.1 more than 4.92? ________

What is 0.1 less than 5.94? ________

What is 0.1 more than 2.1? ________

What is 0.1 less than 1.75? ________

What is 0.1 more than 5.05? ________

What is 0.1 less than 4.26? ________

What is 0.1 more than 8.14? ________

What is 0.1 less than 8.57? ________

What is 0.1 more than 7.93? ________

What is 0.1 less than 4.06? ________

• Question 1

What is 0.1 more than 4.92? ________

5.02
• Question 2

What is 0.1 less than 5.94? ________

5.84
• Question 3

What is 0.1 more than 2.1? ________

2.2
• Question 4

What is 0.1 less than 1.75? ________

1.65
• Question 5

What is 0.1 more than 5.05? ________

5.15
• Question 6

What is 0.1 less than 4.26? ________

4.16
• Question 7

What is 0.1 more than 8.14? ________

8.24
• Question 8

What is 0.1 less than 8.57? ________

8.47
• Question 9

What is 0.1 more than 7.93? ________

8.03
• Question 10

What is 0.1 less than 4.06? ________

3.96
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