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# Decimals (F)

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The decimal number system allows us to write fractions of a whole number as tenths, hundredths and so on. A decimal point separates the whole number part from the fraction part (although in many countries they use a decimal comma, can you name any of these countries?) This Maths GCSE quiz will help you become more confident working with decimals.

There are a number of key skills that you should master when working with decimals. The first, and perhaps most important, is to understand the value each digit has. For example, in the number 2.467, the digit ‘4’ actually represents 4 tenths, and the ‘6’ is 6 hundredths. When reading a decimal number, each digit after the decimal point should be read individually. This will help you recognise the correct place value.

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