Decimal Word Problems – Place Value (Grade 5)

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Decimal Word Problems – Place Value

1. 
Brian's batting average is 0.346. His batting average rounded to the nearest hundredth is 0.3.
  1. True
  2. False
2. 
The value of 9 in 0.792 is 9 hundredths.
  1. True
  2. False
3. 
A grain of sand is measured. It had a diameter of 0.049 millimeter. What is 0.049 written in word form?
  1. forty-nine
  2. forty-nine tenths
  3. forty-nine hundredths
  4. forty-nine thousandths
4. 
The diamond in Jenny's ring weighs 0.258 carat. What digit is in the hundredths place of 0.258?
  1. 0
  2. 2
  3. 5
  4. 8
5. 
A coin has a diameter of 0.019 meters. What is 0.019 written in word form?
  1. nineteen thousandths
  2. nineteen hundredths
  3. nineteen tenths
  4. nineteen
6. 
The mass of a pin is 0.003 gram. What is the value of the digit 3 in 0.003?
  1. 3 ones
  2. 3 tenths
  3. 3 hundredths
  4. 3 thousandths
7. 
It takes the Pluto 247.68 years to revolve once around the sun. What is 247.68 years rounded to the nearest whole number of years?
  1. 247 years
  2. 247.6 years
  3. 247.7 years
  4. 248 years
8. 
The flagpole in front of Tenth Street Elementary School is 18.375 feet tall. What is 18.375 rounded to the nearest tenth?
  1. 18
  2. 18.38
  3. 18.4
  4. 20
9. 
Katherine found a rock that has a mass of 78.852 grams. What is the mass of the rock rounded to the nearest tenth?
  1. 78.85 grams
  2. 78.9 grams
  3. 79 grams
  4. 80 grams
10. 
Michelle records the value of one Euro in U.S. dollars each day for her social studies project. On Monday the value was 1.448, Tuesday it was 1.443, Wednesday it was 1.452, and Thursday it was 1.458. On which day does the value of 1 Euro round to $1.46 to the nearest hundredth?
  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Thursday

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