# Explain that decimal numbers with hundredths can be partitioned in different ways

I can explain that decimal numbers with hundredths can be partitioned in different ways.

# Explain that decimal numbers with hundredths can be partitioned in different ways

I can explain that decimal numbers with hundredths can be partitioned in different ways.

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- Place value resources can help you to partition decimal numbers with hundredths in different ways.
- Decimal numbers with hundredths can be partitioned into a whole number, a number of tenths and a number of hundredths.
- Part-part-whole models can be used to partition decimal numbers with hundredths into two parts in different ways.
- Decimal numbers with hundredths can be written as multiplication equations with a factor of 0.01

### Common misconception

Pupils write subtraction equations incorrectly for example: 7.42 = 7 − 0.4 − 0.02

Create the number using place value counters and subtract parts whilst drawing a part-whole model and writing the equation alongside.

### Keywords

Partitioning - The act of splitting an object or value down into smaller parts.

Decimal numbers - A number with a decimal point followed by digits that show the fractional part.

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