Decimal Word Problems II Worksheet and Solutions

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Comparing Decimals
One-Step Decimal Word Problems
Two-Step Decimal Word Problems

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

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Solve the following word problems.

A tank has 62.3 litres of water. A tap drains out the tank with 3.7 litres of water in 1 minute and two times this amount of water in the next minute. How much water is in the tank now?


An aquarium of fish ate 1.6 kg of fish food in June and twice that amount of fish food in July. In August the amount of food taken was 0.9 kg more than in July. What is the total mass of fish food eaten in the three months?


1 kg of chicken cost RM5.75 and 1 kg of beef cost RM7.45. Sandra bought 14 kg of chicken and 21 kg of beef to prepare for a party. How much did she pay altogether?


A family ate 3.6 kg more rice in March than in February. If the family ate 41.8 kg of rice in the two months, how many kilograms of rice did they eat in March?


The sum of two numbers is 94.6. If one number is 19 times the other, what are the two numbers?

smaller number:
bigger number:

Two pails contained a total of 21.8 litres of water. After 0.36 litres of water is poured from the small pail into the big pail, the amount of water in the big pail is 9 times that in the small pail. How much water was in each pail at first?

small pail: litres
big pail: litres

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