Representing Decimals

In this lesson, we will review place value and show our understanding using Dienes blocks and place value counters. We will represent decimals in a variety of ways including as the sum of place value parts.

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Quiz:

Representing Decimals:

Exit quiz for Maths Lesson: Representing decimals

Q1.How do you say "0.201"?

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Q2.0.06 is equal to...

2/5

Q3."0.1 is ten times greater than 0.01"

3/5

Q4.Which equation is equal to 1.67?

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Q5.In the number 21.67, the digit 7 has a greater value than the digit 1.

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Quiz:

Representing Decimals:

Exit quiz for Maths Lesson: Representing decimals

Q1.How do you say "0.201"?

1/5

Q2.0.06 is equal to...

2/5

Q3."0.1 is ten times greater than 0.01"

3/5

Q4.Which equation is equal to 1.67?

4/5

Q5.In the number 21.67, the digit 7 has a greater value than the digit 1.

5/5

Lesson summary: Representing Decimals

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