Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers Worksheets
Once they have access to our no-prep pdf worksheets on multiplying decimals by whole numbers, your live wire students will be simply unstoppable! Instruct them to go ahead with the multiplication of the digits as usual by ignoring the decimal point. The number of decimal places in the product will be the same as the given operand. For instance, 8.21 × 3 = 24.63, and 0.05 × 5 = 0.25! The whole numbers featured here are up to two digits, and the decimals are up to thousandths.
We suggest these free printable worksheets for the 5th-grade and 6th-grade students.
Cruise through an assortment of exercises that call for hopping and skipping along number line models to solve multiplication problems that involve decimals.
Shower your 5th-grade and 6th-grade learners with practice on multiplying decimals in tenths by single-digit whole numbers and let them advance their understanding of this concept.
Charged with printable exercises on multiplication of decimals in hundredths by 1-digit whole numbers, this resource will help further promote your students' grasp of decimal multiplication.
Jack up your learning with these pdfs. Multiply as you would with whole numbers, write the product, and place the decimal point in the answer, three places from the right.
Familiarity will make way for proficiency as students in grade 5 and grade 6 get started with these mixed review printable worksheets. Decimals up to thousandths and whole numbers up to two digits are presented here.