Year 4

Recognising Decimal Hundredths (Part 2)

Year 4

Recognising Decimal Hundredths (Part 2)

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will represent hundredths using the visual representation of a bead string.

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6 Questions

Q1.
4 tenths is represented as
0.04
Correct answer: 0.4
4
Q2.
5 hundredths is represented as
Correct answer: 0.05
0.5
5
Q3.
Thirty-three hundredths can be represented as
0.03
0.3
Correct answer: 0.33
3.3
Q4.
Tenth hundredths is equivalent to
One
Correct answer: One tenth
Ten tenths
Q5.
What could my number be? I am bigger than 11 hundredths and smaller than 2 tenths.
0.1
Correct answer: 0.15
0.2
Q6.
What could my number be? I am bigger than 4 tenths and smaller than 5 tenths.
0.4
Correct answer: 0.45
0.5
0.55

6 Questions

Q1.
4 hundredths is represented as
Correct answer: 0.04
0.4
4
Q2.
23 hundredths is represented as
Correct answer: 0.23
2.30
23.0
Q3.
Fifty-five hundredths can be represented as
0.055
Correct answer: 0.55
5.5
55
Q4.
Twenty hundredths is equivalent to
Twenty
Two
Correct answer: Two tenths
Q5.
Counting in multiples of 0.01 from 0.59, which number comes next?
0.590
Correct answer: 0.6
60
Q6.
Which number is missing 0.48, 0.49, ____ 0.51
0.490
0.491
Correct answer: 0.5