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# Decimals to Thousandths (Grade 5)

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## Decimals to Thousandths

1.
Which symbol correctly compares the numbers?

$5.424 square 5.343$
1. $<$
2. $>$
3. $=$
2.
Which symbol correctly compares the numbers?

$223.21 square 223.199$
1. $<$
2. $>$
3. $=$
3.
Which correctly orders the numbers from least to greatest?

$8.37, 8.3, 8.219, 8.129$
1. 8.219, 8.129, 8.3, 8.37
2. 8.219, 8.37, 8.129, 8.3
3. 8.129, 8.37, 8.219, 8.3
4. 8.129, 8.219, 8.3, 8.37
4.
Which symbol correctly compares the numbers?

$310/1000 square 0.310$
1. $<$
2. $>$
3. $=$
5.
Write the number in standard form.

$7 + 0.2 + 0.05 + 0.009$
1. 7.259
2. 72.59
3. 725.9
4. 7,259
6.
What is the smallest decimal number, to the thousandths place, that can be made using the digits 3, 1, and 6 only once?
1. 1.36
2. 13.6
3. 136
4. .136
7.
Which symbol should be used to compare the following decimals?
72.030                 72.330
1. >
2. <
3. =
8.
Which symbol should you use to compare the following decimals?
13.506                 13.7
1. <
2. >
3. =
9.
Select the two equivalent decimals.
1. 1.00050
2. 1.0050
3. 1.005
4. 1.05
10.
The distance between Miriam's house and Debbie's house is 444.44 meters. Which statement
about the values of the digits in the distance, in meters, between their houses is true?
1. The value of the 4 in the tenths place is 1/10 the value of the 4 in the tens place.
2. The value of the 4 in the hundredths place is 1/10 the value of the 4 in the ones place.
3. The value of the 4 in the hundreds place is 10 times greater than the value of the 4 in the ones place.
4. The value of the 4 in the tenths place is 10 times greater than the value of the 4 in the hundredths place.        You need to be a HelpTeaching.com member to access free printables.