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Represent Decimal Place Value (Numbers Greater than 1)

- 4th Grade Math

Extend place value understanding to decimal numbers. In the fourth grade, students are introduced to decimals. In Decimal Place Value (numbers greater than 1) Worksheet, they represent decimal numbers on place value charts by getting familiar with new terms like tenths and hundredths. The numbers used include those with non-zero integral parts, e.g. 2.65.

Common Core Alignment

4.NF.6Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100.