Multiplying Decimals Using Number Lines Worksheets
Plunge into practice with our free, printable worksheets on multiplying decimals using number lines! The pdf exercises feature number line diagrams to help children breeze through multiplying decimals involving tenths and hundredths, thereby framing or completing the multiplication equations. They draw and read hops on the models along the process. We also offer individual practice tasks on finding a missing decimal multiplicand or a multiplier.
These pdf worksheets meet the learning needs of the 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students.
Fling yourself at practice with a first-level exercise! Study the number line interval, indicate the hops according to the multiplier, and determine the product. Make sure to start with zero every time you draw hops.
Pressing on, you'll find decimals with hundredths to multiply to a whole number here. Don't worry though! The number line diagrams already have the interval split according to the multiplicand. So, draw hops and dazzle your teachers!
This pdf worksheet for grade 4 and grade 5 is where you identify the decimal on the number line, ignoring the zero, as your multiplicand, the number of hops as your multiplier, and the endpoint of the hops as the product.
In this printable multiplying decimals using number lines worksheet, children examine the six models here and upskill themselves by forming multiplication equations that involve numbers with two decimal places.
Can you determine a missing decimal multiplicand or multiplier poring over the number lines that model the equation? Of course, you can! Rather you must be a master of it! Then go ahead and complete the task in a jiffy!
The missing decimals involve two decimal digits. Count the hops for the multiplier, and find out the increment on the interval for the multiplicand. This free resource on decimal multiplication using number lines is a must-have for grade 5 and grade 6.