Math Decimal Place Value Millionths fifth grade TN 2010 SPS5
   It's time for the
decimal showdown
ones
decimal (and)
know your place values
tenths
0.000000
hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
Decimal (and)
?
ones
?
tenths
?
0.000000
period, command, imperitive sentence
hundredths
?
You try it.
thousandths
?
ten thousandths
?
hundred thousands
?
millionths
?
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
Decimal (and)
ones
0.000000
tenths
hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
Are you ravenous for some problems?
Try saying this number in your head.  The next slide
has the answer.
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
0.351
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
For this number you would say
     three hundred fifty-one
ones
0.351
tenths
hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
The last thing you do is say the place value of
the last digit.
For this number you would say
     three hundred fifty-one
ones
0.351
tenths
hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
thousandths
millionths
0.0023
Try the number
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
The last thing you do is say the place value of
the last digit.
For this number you would say
     twenty-three
ones
0.0023
tenths
hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
Do you think you have the
answer? Check the next slide.
It won't cost you an arm and a leg to look at
this decimal number.
0.02105
For this number you would say
 two thousand one hundred five
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
The last thing you do is say the place value of
the last digit.
ones
0.02105
tenths
hundredths
thousandths 
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
 hundred thousandths
millionths
For this number you would say
 two thousand one hundred five
When you say a decimal
number, read the number
to the right of the decimal.
The last thing you do is say the place value of
the last digit.
ones
0.02105
tenths
hundredths
thousandths 
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
 hundred thousandths
millionths
ones
How do you say this decimal number?
tenths
0.4
hundredths
four
four thousandths
four hundredths
four tenths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
ones
How do you say this decimal number?
tenths
0.004
hundredths
four millionths
four thousandths
four hundredths
four tenths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
ones
How do you say this decimal number?
tenths
0.044
hundredths
forty-four thousandths
four thousandths
forty-four hundredths
forty-four tenths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
ones
How do you say this decimal number?
tenths
0.204
hundredths
two hundred four thousandths
two hundred forty thousandths
two hundred four tenths
two hundred four hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
one thousand two hundred fifty-three ten thousandths
one thousand two hundred fifty three
one thousand two hundred ten thousandths
twelve hundred fifty-three thousandths
ones
How do you say this decimal number?
tenths
0.1253
hundredths
thousandths
ten thousandths
hundred thousands
millionths
Evan says, "When you have a whole
number and a decimal part, say the
whole number, say "and" for the
decimal, and say the decimal part
followed by the place value."
12.051
twelve and fifty-one
thousandths
twelve
and
fifty-one thousandths
12.051
Evan says, "When you have a whole
number and a decimal part, say the
whole number, say "and" for the
decimal, and say the decimal part
followed by the place value.
9462.8501
Thanks for the great advice Evan. Try this
problem students.
Think of an answer for my  awesome
number in your head.  Go to the next
slide to see if it is correct.
nine thousand four
hundred sixty-two
9462.8501
and
"When you have a whole
number and a decimal part, say the
whole number, say "and" for the
decimal, and say the decimal part
followed by the place value.
eight thousand
five hundred one
ten thousandths
You're so cool, but not as cool
as me!
9462.8501
0.070495
Now that you had some slam-dunk
problems from Evan and Miad,
it's time for a real problem.
0.070495
Don't cry.  I'll help.  Remember,
if there is no whole number, say
the decimal number part followed
by the final place value.
Don't cry.  I'll help.  Remember,
if there is no whole number, say
the decimal number part followed
by the final place value.
0.070495
I'll give you a chance
to review
Review
take shot at a
drag, drop, then say
ones
?
tenths
?
0.000000
0.070495
period, command, imperitive sentence
hundredths
?
thousandths
?
ten thousandths
?
hundred thousands
?
millionths
?
0.070495
Do you have it?
Don't cry.  I'll help.  Remember,
if there is no whole number, say
the decimal number part followed
by the final place value.
Now add the last place value.
You might have to review decimal
place values in your head.
seventy thousand four hundred
nintey-five
0.070495
millionths
"Swish!"
seventy thousand four hundred
niney-five millionths
0.070495
Nice shot!  Someday you'll
be as good as me.
onomatopoeia
     Witch standard form represents the value
two hundred seven and nine thousand four millionths?
207.9004
207,000.0009
Which
207.009004
200.709004
My special brew needs very exact measurements
to work properly.  I only need thirty-one thousand,
six hundred eight hundred thousandths of an ounce
of organic toadstool.  Which is the standard form
of that measurement?
0.031608
31.00608
31,608
0.31608
?
This box holds a girl named Wanda and tiny spider
(she hasn't seen it yet).  The tiny spider takes up
twenty-seven ten thousandths of the space in the box. 

What is the standard form
of that decimal number?
0.0270
0.27000
0.02700
0.0027
   I strongly
dislike spiders
     This motley crue is made up of four decimal fans.
All-American Alex, Judge Alison, Stormin' Norman, and
The Seth-ster have a favorite decimal number buried
in their mind.  Place those decimals above their
heads from least to greatest.

64.23701
?
604.0023
?
642.0071
?
1002.23
?
You can master
     decimals.
http://www.aaaknow.com/plc.htm
More practice can be found at
Listen to him. He knows
        his decimals.
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