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A portion of the grid is shaded. Name the shaded portion as a fraction and as a decimal number. In this lesson you will learn to write thousandths as decimal numbers using a thousands grid. Decimal Place Values. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1000. 10. 100. ones. tenths. hundredths. thousandths. 2.

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In this lesson you will learn to write thousandths as decimal numbersusing a thousands grid.
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Decimal Place Values

1

1

1

1

1000

10

100

ones

tenths

hundredths

thousandths

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2

0.2 =

10

2

0.02 =

100

2

0.002 =

1000

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Numerator (part shaded)

330

1000

Denominator (total)

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Numerator (part shaded)

330

1000

Denominator (total)

=

0.330

0.

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500

Numerator (part shaded)

1000

Denominator (total)

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Numerator (part shaded)

500

1000

Denominator (total)

=

0.500

0.

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In this lesson you have learned to write thousandths as decimal numbers using a thousands grid.
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350

Numerator (part shaded)

1000

Denominator (total)

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Numerator (part shaded)

350

1000

Denominator (total)

=

0.350

0.

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Make that Decimal Number
  • Step 1: Get a penny (to be used as a decimal point) and 8 index cards.
  • Step 2: Write the digits from 11,000,000 on the index cards.
  • Step 3: Can you make the following numbers using your penny and index cards?
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Eleven hundredths
  • One and one tenth
  • One and one hundredth
  • One and one thousandth
  • Eleven thousandths
  • Eleven ten thousandths
  • One hundred and one ten-thousandths
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Make that Fraction
  • Step 1: Write the digits in 11,000,000 on eight different index cards.
  • Step 2: Can you make the following fractions?
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One tenth
  • One hundredth
  • One thousandth
  • One ten thousandth
  • One hundred thousandth
  • Can you make other fractions? Why?
  • What is the biggest fraction you can make?
  • What is the smallest fraction you can make?
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