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Convert Decimals to Fractions

In this worksheet, students practise changing decimal numbers to their fraction equivalents.

'Convert Decimals to Fractions' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Curriculum subtopic:   Calculate Fraction-Decimal Equivalents

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, write decimals or decimal fractions as common fractions. This helps you understand the link between decimals and fractions.

 

For Example:

2.545 is read as 2 and 545 thousandths.

5.847 is read as 5 and 847 thousandths.

5.51 is read as 5 and 51 hundredths. 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

2.607
=
2
 
1000
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

0.295
=
 
 
1000
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

8.097
=
8
 
1000
 
 

 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

5.29
=
5
 
100
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

5.864
=
5
 
1000
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

2.293
=
2
 
1000
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

3.69
=
3
 
100
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

5.002
=
5
 
1000
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

6.752
=
6
 
1000
 
 

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

7.983
=
7
 
1000
 
 
  • Question 1

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

2.607
=
2
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
607
EDDIE SAYS
2 and 607 thousandths
  • Question 2

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

0.295
=
 
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
295
EDDIE SAYS
295 thousandths There is no whole number in this decimal.
  • Question 3

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

8.097
=
8
 
1000
 
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
97
EDDIE SAYS
8 and 97 thousandths
  • Question 4

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

5.29
=
5
 
100
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
29
EDDIE SAYS
5 and 29 hundredths
  • Question 5

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

5.864
=
5
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
864
EDDIE SAYS
5 and 864 thousandths
  • Question 6

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

2.293
=
2
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
293
EDDIE SAYS
2 and 293 thousandths
  • Question 7

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

3.69
=
3
 
100
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
69
EDDIE SAYS
3 and 69 hundredths
  • Question 8

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

5.002
=
5
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
2
EDDIE SAYS
5 and 2 thousandths
  • Question 9

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

6.752
=
6
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
752
EDDIE SAYS
6 and 752 thousandths
  • Question 10

Write the decimal as a common fraction by filling in the gap.

7.983
=
7
 
1000
 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
983
EDDIE SAYS
7 and 983 thousandths
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