Worksheet Solutions: Decimals

# Decimals Class 6 Worksheet Maths Chapter 8

Q.1. Write each of the following as decimals :
(i) Three tens and 8 tenths ____________
(ii) Three hundred four and five hundredths ____________
(iii) Thirty and one tenth ____________
(iv) Sixty point two seven six ____________

Ans.
(i) 30.8
(ii) 304.05
(iii) 30.1
(iv) 60.276

Q.2. Convert the following decimals into lowest form of fractions :
(i) 0.8 ____________
(ii) 4.5 ____________
(iii) 8.8 ____________
(iv) 7.0 ____________

Ans.

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Q.3. Express 0.5 and 2.1 on number line.

Ans.

Q.4. Write down the following as decimals :

(i)____________

(ii)____________

(iii)____________

Ans.
(i) 5.01
(ii) 45.12
(iii) 7.01

Q.5. Which is greater?
(i) 5.31 or 5.28 ____________
(ii) 6.321 or 6.312 ____________

Ans.
(i) 5.31
(ii) 6.321

Q.6. Express as rupees using decimals :
(i) 60 paise ____________
(ii) 825 paise ____________

Ans.
(i) 0.6
(ii) 8.25

Q.7. Expres as km using decimals :
(i) 7 mm ____________
(ii) 32 km 51m ____________

Ans.
(i) 0.000007 km
(ii) 32.051 km

Q.8. Add : 15.07 + 10.252 + 6.8

Ans. 32.122

Q.9. Subtract : 18.728 – 9.97

Ans. 8.758

Q.10. Raghu got  500 and he spent  118 on stationary items and 50.75 on eatables. Find the money left with Raghu.

Ans. 331.25

Q.11. Fill in the box with correct option (<, > or =)
(i) 0.7  0.78
(ii) 1  0.96
(iii) 1.8  1.80
(iv) 5.66  5.604
(v) 3.52  4.42

Ans.
(i) <
(ii) >
(iii) =
(iv) >
(v) <

Q.12. Which whole number is nearer to the following?
(i) 4.6 _________
(ii) 0.99 _________

Ans.

(i) 5
(ii) 1

Q.13. Rina bought 4 kg 500 g of rice, 3 kg 400 g of dal and 1 kg 250 g of sugar. Find the total weight of all the items she bought.

Ans. 9 kg 150 g

Q.14.
(i) Write 1.284 in words.
(ii) Convert in to decimals :

____________  (b)  _________ (c) _________

Ans.
(i) One point two eight four.
(ii) (a) 3.6
(b) 1.75
(c) 4.5

Q.15. Write the following decimals in the place value chart :
(i) 158.42
(ii) 101.056
(iii) 0.496

Ans.

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## FAQs on Decimals Class 6 Worksheet Maths Chapter 8

 1. What are decimals and how are they used in mathematics?
Ans. Decimals are a way to represent numbers that are not whole or integers. They are used in mathematics to express parts of a whole or to represent values that fall between two whole numbers. For example, 0.5 represents half of a whole, and 3.25 represents a value that is greater than 3 but less than 4.
 2. How do you compare decimals?
Ans. To compare decimals, we start from the left and compare the digits in each place value. If the digits in the same place value are equal, we move to the next place value to the right until we find digits that are different. The decimal with the greater digit in the first differing place value is considered greater than the other decimal. For example, 0.75 is greater than 0.65 because the digit in the tenths place (7) is greater than the digit in the tenths place (6).
 3. How do you add and subtract decimals?
Ans. To add or subtract decimals, we line up the decimal points and perform the operation as we would with whole numbers. If the decimal places do not line up, we can add zeros to the right of the decimal point to make them line up. After performing the addition or subtraction, we keep the decimal point in the same position as the original decimals. For example, to add 2.3 and 1.45, we line up the decimal points and get the sum 3.75.
 4. How do you multiply decimals?
Ans. To multiply decimals, we multiply the numbers as if they were whole numbers, disregarding the decimal point. Then, we count the total number of digits after the decimal point in the original numbers and place the decimal point in the product so that it has the same number of digits after the decimal point. For example, to multiply 1.2 and 0.5, we multiply 12 and 5 to get 60, and then place the decimal point so that the product is 0.6.
 5. How do you divide decimals?
Ans. To divide decimals, we move the decimal point in the divisor to the right until it becomes a whole number. Then, we move the decimal point in the dividend the same number of places. After that, we perform the division as we would with whole numbers. Finally, we place the decimal point in the quotient directly above the decimal point in the dividend. For example, to divide 3.6 by 0.4, we move the decimal point in both numbers one place to the right, resulting in 36 divided by 4, which gives a quotient of 9.

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