Decimal Addition And Subtraction Practice Quiz

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Decimal Addition And Subtraction Practice Quiz

8 decimal addition and subtraction problems


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    On average, it rains 3.4 inches in October in Kirkland and 5.84 inches in November.  How much more does it rain on average in Kirkland in November than in October?  Just type in the number; do not include words such as "inches".
  • 2. 
    Admission to the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden in Columbia, South Carolina is $9.75 for each adult and $7.25 for each child ages 3 - 12. How much would it cost for one adult and one 10-year-old?  Type in the number only; do not inlcude a $ or the word "dollars".
  • 3. 
    Makayla bought 1.35 pounds of ham and 0.625 pounds of turkey. How much meat did she buy all together?  Type in only the number; do not include words such as "pounds".
  • 4. 
    One weekend, LaTasha ran 1.35 miles on Saturday and 1.017 miles on Sunday. How far did LaTasha run that weekend?  Type in only the digits; do not include words.
  • 5. 
    In a relay race, the first team member ran for 2.12 minutes, the second ran for 3.417 minutes, and the third ran for 2.5 minutes. What was the total running time for the team?  Type in only the digits.
  • 6. 
    The length of a rectangle is 35.6 cm and the width is 24.83 cm.  What is the difference between the length and the width of the rectangle?  Type in only the number; do not include units.
  • 7. 
    The planets are so far apart that rather than measuring the distances in miles or kilometers, Astronomical Units (AU) are often used.  One Astronomical Unit is approximately the distance the Earth is from the sun.  If Venus is 0.72 AU from the sun and Jupiter is 5.2 AU from the sun, how far apart are Venus and Jupiter?  Type in only the number; do not include the units.
  • 8. 
    If one twin weighed 4.32 kg at birth and the other twin weighed 4.1 kg at birth, how much more did one twin weigh than the other?  Type in only the number; do not include the units.