We can use this number line to convert fractions into decimals.
We know that
¾ = 0.75
This also means that.....
1¾ = 1.75
2¾ = 2.75
3¾ = 3.75
4¾ = 4.75 etc...
In this worksheet, students convert simple mixed numbers into decimals.
Key stage: KS 2
Curriculum topic: Number: Fractions and Decimals
Curriculum subtopic: Recognise Decimal Equivalents
Difficulty level:
Add Three Numbers with Two Decimal Places
PREVIEW WORKSHEETAdd Two Numbers with One Decimal Place
PREVIEW WORKSHEETAdding Numbers with Two Places of Decimals (1)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETAdding Numbers with Two Places of Decimals (2)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETCompare Decimal Numbers (1)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETCompare Decimal Numbers (2)
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PREVIEW WORKSHEETRounding Decimals (1)
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