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There is no right or wrong answer, but be ready to explain your reasoning about why you think it does not belong.

Different Ways to Express a Decimal

Which one doesn't belong?

  1. 26 ÷ 100
  2. 0.26
  3. 26 ✕ 0.001
  4. (2 ✕ 0.1) + (6 ✕ 0.01)

Which One Doesn’t Belong?

You may have noticed that one of the answers, (2 ✕ 0.1) + (6 ✕ 0.01), is written in expanded form.

Expanded Form

Different Ways to Represent Decimals

What decimal represents the shaded region?

  1. Look at the shaded area of this hundredths grid. What do you notice?
  2. Explain or show why the shaded region represents (4 ✕ 0.1) + (1 ✕ 0.01) + (9 ✕ 0.001).

Expanded Form

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Write the number (8 ✕ 0.1) + (3 ✕ 0.01) + (5 ✕ 0.001) in decimal form.

Shade the grid to represent (8 ✕ 0.1) + (3 ✕ 0.01) + (5 ✕ 0.001).

Expanded Form

(1 x 0.1) + (1 x 0.01) + (5 x 0.001)

Expanded Form

In green, shade the part of the diagram that shows 8 ✕ 0.1In red, shade the part of the diagram that shows 3 ✕ 0.01In yellow, (try to) shade the part of the diagram that shows 5 ✕ 0.001What does the 5 in 0.105 represent?

Expanded Form

This is page 69 from your Math Activity Book. You may choose how you would like to complete it:1. You may complete the page in your Math Activity Book, then show it to Miss Weise when you are finishedOR2. You may complete the activity here in the Classkick.

You Try It!

You Try It!

What are two ways to represent the shaded part of the diagram?

Ways to Represent Decimals

You will receive a bonus point for each one you try. If you try ALL FOUR, you will receive FIVE bonus points!!

The diagram shows a number.

  • Write the number as a decimal.
  • Write the number as a fraction.
  • Write the number in expanded form.
  • Write the number in word form.

BONUS POINTS!

Follow-Up Work: Complete the Practice and Skill Builder questions in the Edio lesson. Then you may submit the lesson!

Follow-Up Work