# Convert Fractions to Decimals (2)

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:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

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

13¾ = 13.75

43¾ = 43.75    etc

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

10¼ Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

14¼ Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

30½ Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

30¾ Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

25¼ Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

75¾ • Question 1

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  7.7
• Question 2

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  37.9
• Question 3

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  40.3
• Question 4

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.  99.9
• Question 5

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

10¼ 10.25
• Question 6

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

14¼ 14.25
• Question 7

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

30½ 30.5
• Question 8

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

30¾ 30.75
• Question 9

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

25¼ 25.25
• Question 10

Use the number line to help you convert this fraction into a decimal amount.

75¾ 75.75
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