SHORT DIVISION PROBLEMS (2) To see the answer, pass your mouse over the colored area. 14. Rounding off. Round off 6.254873 to 14. a) three decimal digits6.255 14. b) two decimal digits6.25 14. c) one decimal digit6.3 15. Round off each of the following to three decimal digits. 15. a) 15.671315.671 b) 0.4027090.403 15. c) 2.01952.020 d) 19.999920.000 15. e) 6.8999526.900 16. Round off 16. a) 2.8125 to the nearest thousandth. 2.813 16. b) 0.515 to the nearest tenth. 0.5 16. c) 6.666 to the nearest hundredth. 6.67 16. d) 3.9898 to the nearest tenth. 4.0 16. e) 2.469 to the nearest whole number. 2 16. f) 8.695 to the nearest hundredth. 8.70 Decimal quotient 17. Compare the following. 17.
a) If 47 students are divided into five equal groups, how many 17.
b) If five people go to lunch, and the bill is $47 dollars, how much 18. Express each quotient as a decimal. If the division will never be
19. The divisor greater than the dividend. Calculate each of the 19. a) 1 ÷ 8 = .125 b) 3 ÷ 8 = .375 c) 5 ÷ 12.417 19. d) 2 ÷ 9.222 e) 5 ÷ 6.833 f) 9 ÷ 11.818 17. g) 1 ÷ 11.091 h) 3 ÷ 40 = .075 i) 2 ÷ 250 = .008 10. If nine people are to share $865 equally, how much will each one 11. Evelyn wants to pay back her loan of $2,600 in a year. How much 12. If 8 yards of material cost $146, how much does 1 yard cost? $18.25 Calculator problems 13. A plane traveled 3,263 miles in 5 14. Janet's long distance phone company billed her $15 15 Harry went to Mexico and bought 1200 pesos for $154 16. With 23 gallons of gas, Clara was able to drive 509 miles. How 17. Darren was offered a yearly salary of $33,480. How much is that per 18. Five people go to lunch, and the bill is $67 19. Jane owes $1,267 20. If material cost $6.75 a yard, how much will 12 yards cost? $81 21. If material cost $6.75 a yard, how many yards could you buy for 22. If you spend $137.50 for 11 yards of material, what was the price per Continue on to the next Lesson. or Return to the previous section. Please make a donation to keep TheMathPage online. Copyright © 2014 Lawrence Spector Questions or comments? E-mail: themathpage@nyc.rr.com |