Decimal Word Problems (Mixed Operations) Worksheet and Solutions

Decimal Word Problems Worksheets:
1-Step Word Problems, Add, Subtract
2-Step Word Problems, Add, Subtract
Decimal Word Problems (Mixed Op)
Decimal Word Problems (Mixed Op)

Objective: I can solve word problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of decimals.

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Online “Decimal Word Problems” Worksheets

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Solve the following word problems.

Julia cut a string 8.46 m long into 6 equal pieces. What is the length of each piece of string?


The mass of a jar of sweets is 1.4 kg. What is the total mass of 7 such jars of sweets?


The watermelon bought by Peter is 3 times as heavy as the papaya bought by Paul. If the watermelon bought by Peter has a mass of 4.2 kg, what is the mass of the papaya?


There is 0.625 kg of powdered milk in each tin. If a carton contains 12 tins, find the total mass of powdered milk in the carton.


Marcus bought 8.6 kg of sugar. He poured the sugar equally into 5 bottles. There was 0.35 kg of sugar left over. What was the mass of sugar in 1 bottle?


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