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Decimal Division

5.NBT.B.6
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Aligned To Common Core Standard:

Grade 5 Base Ten - 5.NBT.B.6

How to Stay Organized When Dividing Decimals - Dealing with decimal numbers can be a tough ask, especially if you're dividing them. Thus, you need to be well-organized and sharp when you're doing so. Let us provide you a few tips which you must keep in mind when you're dividing decimals. If the divisor is a decimal number, then move the decimal point to the right to make it one. This step can make the act of division easier. Now, you must continue to divide, until the answer terminates or repeats. Place the decimal point above the decimal point of the dividend. You can then check your answer by multiplying the quotient with the divisor and check whether it's equal to the dividend or not. These worksheets and lessons help students learn to divide decimal values.

Printable Worksheets And Lessons




Homework Sheets

You will need to rewrite these in most cases to help yourself make sense of them.

  • Homework 1 - Pretty round problems to get us started. Take your time and note your moves.
  • Homework 2 - Example: 1.80 รท 3.00. You can rewrite it if that helps you more.
  • Homework 3 - A little longer division here. This will help you solve problems that are more related to real life.


Practice Worksheets

The answers are worked out for you here too.

  • Practice 1 - These problems require several steps. Just make note of the moves that you make.
  • Practice 2 - Find the final value of the following problem. You can do this by tweaking things in different directions.
  • Practice 3 - This is pretty long problems. Do not rush through these at all.


Math Skill Quizzes

You can just think of this as long division with a decimal point.

  • Quiz 1 - Some of these problems create very small values. Take your time with these problems.
  • Quiz 2 - Break these down into much smaller values.
  • Quiz 3 - For the most part, whole number will start off your answers here.


The Math of Shoppers and Merchants

This skill directly relates to all forms of transactions whether you are buying or selling something. Having a really solid foothold on this skill can make or break your wallet, literally! This is especially true when you do not have a cash register or calculator handy. A quick example is if you know the price of a pair of sneakers you are loving. If the sneakers are $125, after tax and shipping the total would be $139.16. If you work a job where you $11.50 an hour. How many hours will you need to work to get those sneakers? You see how this skill directly relates to some of your most important things you do all day. We spend a good amount of time buying and selling stuff, Amazon kinda figured this out. Being able to do the math quickly and accurately will also provide you with a highly employable skill for a job of your very own. Take your time with the worksheets and lessons that are provided above to help you master this skill.