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Columnar addition of decimal fractions

Columnar addition of multiple decimal fractions.

Compare two fractions and tell which one is larger

Insert the correct relational symbol between two fractions

Convert fractions to like fractions

Convert multiple fractions to like quantities

Decimal fraction divide by power of 10

A decimal fraction has to be divided by a power of ten.

Decimal fraction divide by whole number

A decimal fraction has to be divided by a whole number.

Decimal fraction division

A decimal fraction has to be divided by another decimal fraction.

Decimal fraction multiply by power of 10

A decimal fraction has to be multiplied by a power of ten.

Decimal fraction multiply by whole number

A decimal fraction has to be multiplied by a whole number.

Decimal fraction to fraction bar notation

Decimals have to be converted to fraction bar notation.

Decimal fractions multiplication

Two decimals have to be multiplied.

Determine shapes with same shaded fraction

In a series of shapes find the two shapes that represent the same fraction.

Divide a fraction by a whole number

A fraction has to be divided by a whole number.

Division of fractions: Fill in the blanks

In a division term of two fractions, blanks have to be filled in.

Expand fractions by given number

Fractions are to be expanded by a given number

Fraction mult factor has to be filled in

Two fractions are multiplied, one fraction and result given.

Fraction to decimal conversion

A given fraction has to be converted to decimal notation.

Fractions addition subtraction fill in the blanks

In a sum term of fractions, blanks have to be filled in correctly

Fractions multiplication by whole numbers fill blanks

What whole number has be fraction been multiplied with?

Missing elements in unlike fractions

In unlike fractions of the same value, numerators or denominators have to be filled in.

Mixed numbers and improper fractions

Convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and vice versa

Multiply fractions by whole numbers

A fraction has to multiplied by a whole number.

Negative decimals add and subtract

Negative decimal numbers are to be added and subtracted

Number line match fractions to markers

A number line, markers on the line and fractions are given - match markers to fractions.

Number wall sums of decimal numbers

In a number wall, blanks have to be filled in with decimal numbers.

Order fractions from least to greatest

A series of fractions has to be put in the correct order.

Percentage to fraction

A percentage has to be written in fraction bar notation.

Shade given fractions of a shape

An image of s subdivided shape is shown. Shade according to given fraction.

Shade same fractions of different shapes

Shade n/m, 2n/2m, 3n/3m and so on of shapes with increasing number of parts.

Slope to be derived from given slope triangle

The slope shall be derived from a straight line with a gradient triangle in the coordinate system.

Slope triangle to be drawn for a given line

In a coordinate system with a given straight line a slope triangle is to be drawn.

Subtract numbers in range

Multiple numbers with or without decimal places have to be subtracted.

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