Decimal Numbers (Easy)
Decimal numbers have a dot or point. This is the first 11-plus Maths quiz on decimal numbers: these are numbers that are not whole numbers, e.g. '5' is a whole number BUT '5.5' is not a whole number: 5.5 = 5 + 0.5. The '.' (dot) is called the decimal point and the numbers to the right of the decimal point (dp) form the decimal part of the number. Here's a handy tip:
- The first number to the right of the dp is in the tenths place position, e.g. 5 in 3.5
- The second number to the right of the dp is in the hundredths place position, e.g. 4 in 3.54
- The third number to the right of the dp is in the thousandths place position, e.g. 7 in 3.547
To get a feel for decimal numbers, play these ten questions and see how you do before moving onto the next one.
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