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This is 5th Grade Math Test on Adding and Subtracting Decimals. There are a lot of students who have a hard time when it comes to math problems involving decimals and in order to help them out, I have prepared the quiz below covering to functions. Why don’t you give it a try and get to see how well you will do?

• 1.

• 2.

### In the number 4.391, what place is the 9 in?

• A.

Tenths

• B.

Ones

• C.

Thousandths

• D.

Hundredths

D. Hundredths
Explanation
The number 4.391 can be divided into different place values. The 9 in this number is in the hundredths place. The hundredths place is the third digit after the decimal point, counting from left to right. In this case, the 9 is in the third decimal place, representing hundredths.

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• 3.

### Round  4.18  to the nearest TENTH

• A.

4.20

• B.

4.10

• C.

4.8

A. 4.20
Explanation
The correct answer is 4.20 because when rounding to the nearest tenth, we look at the digit in the hundredth place (the second decimal place). If the digit is 5 or greater, we round up, and if it is less than 5, we round down. In this case, the digit in the hundredth place is 0, which is less than 5. Therefore, we round down to the nearest tenth, which is 4.2.

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• 4.

### What is the expanded form of:    82.64

• A.

800 + 20 + .06 + .004

• B.

80 + 2 + .6 + .04

• C.

8 + 2 + .6 + .004

B. 80 + 2 + .6 + .04
Explanation
The expanded form of 82.64 is 80 + 2 + .6 + .04. This is because 82.64 can be broken down into 80 (representing the 80s place), 2 (representing the 2s place), .6 (representing the tenths place), and .04 (representing the hundredths place).

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• 5.

### What is the expanded form of:  13.274

• A.

(3 x 10) + (2 x .1) + (7 x .1) + (4 x .001)

• B.

(3 x 1) + (2 x 10) + (4 x .1) + (7 x .001)

• C.

(1 x 10) + (3 x 1) + (2 x .1) + (7 x .01) + (4 x .001)

C. (1 x 10) + (3 x 1) + (2 x .1) + (7 x .01) + (4 x .001)
Explanation
The correct answer is the expanded form of the number 13.274, which is (1 x 10) + (3 x 1) + (2 x .1) + (7 x .01) + (4 x .001). This means that the number can be expressed as the sum of its place values, where 10 represents the tens place, 1 represents the ones place, .1 represents the tenths place, .01 represents the hundredths place, and .001 represents the thousandths place.

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• 6.

### What does this hundredths grid represent?

• A.

0.33

• B.

0.28

• C.

0.08

B. 0.28
Explanation
The hundredths grid represents the decimal value 0.28. This is because the grid is divided into 100 equal parts, and the shaded portion represents 28 out of those 100 parts. Therefore, the decimal value of the shaded portion is 0.28.

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• 7.

### Which ordered pair is represented by point X?

• A.

(4, 2)

• B.

(1, 5)

• C.

(2, 4)

A. (4, 2)
Explanation
Point X is represented by the ordered pair (4, 2) because the coordinates of X match with the first set of coordinates given. The first number in the ordered pair represents the x-coordinate, which is 4 in this case, and the second number represents the y-coordinate, which is 2 in this case. Therefore, (4, 2) is the correct answer.

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• 8.

### Which ordered pair is represented by point Z?

• A.

(3, 2)

• B.

(1, 5)

• C.

(2, 4)

C. (2, 4)
Explanation
The ordered pair (2, 4) is represented by point Z because the x-coordinate is 2 and the y-coordinate is 4. This matches the location of point Z on the graph.

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• 9.

### Round 6.184  to the nearest WHOLE

• A.

7.1

• B.

7

• C.

6

C. 6
Explanation
The given number, 6.184, needs to be rounded to the nearest whole number. When rounding to the nearest whole number, we look at the decimal part. If the decimal part is 0.5 or greater, we round up to the next whole number. If the decimal part is less than 0.5, we round down to the current whole number. In this case, the decimal part of 6.184 is less than 0.5, so we round down to the current whole number, which is 6.

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• 10.

### Estimate the answer for this problem: 13.6  +  19.82 = ?

• A.

12 + 19 = 31

• B.

14 + 20 = 34

• C.

14 + 18 = 32

B. 14 + 20 = 34
Explanation
The given answer is incorrect. The correct answer for the problem 13.6 + 19.82 is 33.42.

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• 11.

### Solve this problem:  (use a piece of paper to line up decimals and add) 13.6  +  19.82

• A.

33.42

• B.

34.12

• C.

31.38

A. 33.42
Explanation
The given problem asks to add 13.6 and 19.82. When we line up the decimals and add the numbers, we get a sum of 33.42.

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• 12.

### Estimate the answer for this problem: 65.22 - 4.715  = ?

• A.

69 - 3 = 66

• B.

64 - 3 = 61

• C.

65 - 5 = 60

C. 65 - 5 = 60
• 13.

### Solve this problem:  (Use a piece of paper to line up decimals and subtract) 65.22 - 4.715  = ?

• A.

60.505

• B.

62.350

• C.

61.402

A. 60.505
Explanation
To solve the problem, we need to subtract 4.715 from 65.22. When we line up the decimals, we subtract 5 from 2, which requires borrowing from the tens place. This gives us 12 - 5 = 7 in the tenths place. Then, we subtract 1 from 6, which gives us 5 in the ones place. Finally, we subtract 4 from 6, which gives us 2 in the tens place. Therefore, the correct answer is 60.505.

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