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**Reading and Writing Decimal Numbers**

When reading decimal numbers, read the whole number part as normal, use "and" to represent the decimal point, and continue reading the number as normal, but end with the last place value. If there are no whole numbers in front of the decimal value, you do not use the word "and". Rather, you read the number as normal and end with the last place value of the number.

The following examples show how to read decimals. Scroll down the page for examples and solutions.

Examples:

Read the following decimals

124.123

12.003214

.3263

.0003

4.5

3.56

.258

1.025

12.0034

.00001

8.301

112.021

112.0021

Write each written word as decimal numbers.

1) Seven and ninety two hundredths

2) One and sixty three hundredths

3) Three and twenty five hundredths

4) Four and seventy one thousandths

5) One thousand two hundred thirty five and six hundred forty two ten thousandths

6) One hundred thousand seven and fourteen millionths

Write each decimal number in words

1) .3

2) .001

3) 89.75

4) 13.014

5) 69.832

6) 7.00048

7) 321.075

**Introduction to decimals**

Explain what decimals are.

Reading and writing decimals

Examples:

.54

.8

.007

**Reading and Writing Decimals**

How to read and write decimals?

Examples:

Tell how to read each decimal in words.

0.5

4.025

Write each decimal in numbers

Six and seven tenths

Four hundred twenty and eight thousandths

Seventy-five and thirty thousandths

**Reading and Writing Decimals**

1. Read the following decimals or fractions

43.6

5.2

7.29

63.174

5.25

632.1

7/100

123/10000

5.00003

2. Write the following decimals in words.

thirteen thousands

twenty and six hundredths

two hundred thirty-five and sixty thousandths

three thousand, twenty-two and four ten-thousandths

one thousand and three tenths

**Reading and Writing Decimals**

Reading Decimal Numbers

You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

More Lessons for Grade 3

Math Worksheets

When reading decimal numbers, read the whole number part as normal, use "and" to represent the decimal point, and continue reading the number as normal, but end with the last place value. If there are no whole numbers in front of the decimal value, you do not use the word "and". Rather, you read the number as normal and end with the last place value of the number.

The following examples show how to read decimals. Scroll down the page for examples and solutions.

Examples:

Read the following decimals

124.123

12.003214

.3263

.0003

4.5

3.56

.258

1.025

12.0034

.00001

8.301

112.021

112.0021

Write each written word as decimal numbers.

1) Seven and ninety two hundredths

2) One and sixty three hundredths

3) Three and twenty five hundredths

4) Four and seventy one thousandths

5) One thousand two hundred thirty five and six hundred forty two ten thousandths

6) One hundred thousand seven and fourteen millionths

Write each decimal number in words

1) .3

2) .001

3) 89.75

4) 13.014

5) 69.832

6) 7.00048

7) 321.075

Explain what decimals are.

Reading and writing decimals

Examples:

.54

.8

.007

How to read and write decimals?

Examples:

Tell how to read each decimal in words.

0.5

4.025

Write each decimal in numbers

Six and seven tenths

Four hundred twenty and eight thousandths

Seventy-five and thirty thousandths

1. Read the following decimals or fractions

43.6

5.2

7.29

63.174

5.25

632.1

7/100

123/10000

5.00003

2. Write the following decimals in words.

thirteen thousands

twenty and six hundredths

two hundred thirty-five and sixty thousandths

three thousand, twenty-two and four ten-thousandths

one thousand and three tenths

Reading Decimal Numbers

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