# Class 4 Maths Decimal Worksheets

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## Decimal Worksheets for Class 4 in PDF Format

### Decimal Worksheets for Class 4 with answers

Q.1 Write each of the following in decimal.
(a) Forty-hundredths ____________________________
(b) Three and seventeen-hundredths __________________
(c) Four-tenths _________________________
(d) Eleven and one-tenth ____________________
(e) Five-hundredths ______________________

(a) Forty-hundredths = 0.40

(b) Three and seventeen-hundredths = 3.17

(c) Four-tenths = 0.4

(d) Eleven and one-tenth = 11.1

(e) Five-hundredths = 0.05

Q.2 Write each of the following decimals in word.
(a) 25.03 ____________________________________
(b) 0.65 ____________________________________
(c) 0.08 ____________________________________
(d) 0.2 ____________________________________
(e) 6.06 ____________________________________

(a) 25.03 = Twenty-five and three hundredths

(b) 0.65 = Zero point sixty-five

(c) 0.08 = Zero point zero eight

(d) 0.2 = Zero point two

(e) 6.06 = Six and six hundredths

Q.3 Write the following as a decimal.

(a)7 and 4 hundredths ___________
(b) 8 tenths ___________
(c) 14 / 100 ________________
(d) 9 / 10 ___________________

(a) 7 and 4 hundredths = 7.04

(b) 8 tenths = 0.8

(c) 14 / 100 = 0.14

(d) 9 / 10 = 0.9

Q.4 Write the next three numbers.

(a) 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, ___, ___, ___
(b) 17.2, 16.3, 15.4, ___, ___, ___

(a) 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9

(b) 17.2, 16.3, 15.4, 14.5, 13.6, 12.7

Q.5 Express as decimals.

(a)   976100 ______________________________
(b)  6100 ______________________________
(c)  532910 ______________________________
(d)  78100 ______________________________
(e)   7310 ______________________________
(f)  1410 ______________________________
(g)  1100 ______________________________
(h)  20110 ______________________________
(i)  323100 ______________________________
(j)  2005100 ______________________________

(a) 976/100 = 9.76

(b) 6/100 = 0.06

(c) 5329/10 = 532.9

(d) 78/100 = 0.78

(e) 73/10 = 7.3

(f) 14/10 = 1.4

(g) 1/100 = 0.01

(h) 201/10 = 20.1

(i) 323/100 = 3.23

(j) 2005/100 = 20.05

Q.6 Arrange in descending order.
(12.54, 21.35, 12.45, 21.53)

Answer : (21.53, 21.35, 12.54, 12.45)

Q.7 4 in the ones place, 8 in the tens place, 9 in the hundredths place and 0 in the tenths place.Write decimal number to match the statements and write its number name

Answer : 4 in the ones place, 8 in the tens place, 9 in the hundredths place, and 0 in the tenths place is 98.40, and its number name is “Ninety-eight and forty hundredths.”

Q.8 Write the following numbers in decimal form:
(a) Two and four-tenths
(b) Seventy-five hundredths
(c) Three and sixty-five hundredths
(d) Fifty-two tenths
(e) Nine and seven hundredths

(a) Two and four-tenths = 2.4
(b) Seventy-five hundredths = 0.75
(c) Three and sixty-five hundredths = 3.65
(d) Fifty-two tenths = 5.2
(e) Nine and seven hundredths = 9.07

Q.9 Write the following decimals in words:
(a) 1.8
(b) 0.3
(c) 2.14
(d) 5.25
(e) 8.09

(a) 1.8 – “One point eight”
(b) 0.3 – “Zero point three” or “Three tenths”
(c) 2.14 – “Two point fourteen” or “Two and fourteen hundredths”
(d) 5.25 – “Five point twenty-five” or “Five and twenty-five hundredths”
(e) 8.09 – “Eight point zero nine” or “Eight and nine hundredths”

Q.10 Fill in the blanks with the correct decimal:
(a) 3.7 + ________ = 8.1
(b) 4.5 -_______ = 2.3
(c) ______+ 2.8 = 7.6
(d) 6.4 – _________= 4.2
(e) 1.5 × ________= 4.5
(f) 9.2 ÷ _______ = 3.8

(a) 3.7 + 4.4 = 8.1
(b) 4.5 – 2.2 = 2.3
(c) 4.8 + 2.8 = 7.6
(d) 6.4 – 2.2 = 4.2
(e) 1.5 × 3 = 4.5
(f) 9.2 ÷ 2.4 = 3.8

Q.11 Solve the following word problems involving decimals:
(a) There are 4.25 liters of juice in a jug. If 1.75 liters are poured out, how much juice remains?
(b) A toy costs Rs. 9.50. If you have Rs. 15.75, how much money will you have left after buying the toy?
(c) A bookshelf has 3.6 shelves. Each shelf can hold 2.4 books. How many books can the bookshelf hold in total?
(d) Lisa had Rs. 12.60, and she spent Rs. 5.25 on a movie ticket. How much money does she have left?
(e) If you have 2.75 dozen pencils, how many individual pencils do you have?

(a) Remaining Juice: Total juice in the jug = 4.25 liters Juice poured out = 1.75 liters Remaining juice = Total juice – Juice poured out Remaining juice = 4.25 liters – 1.75 liters Remaining juice = 2.5 liters

(b) Money Left After Buying Toy: Cost of the toy = Rs. 9.50 Money you have = Rs. 15.75 Money left after buying the toy = Money you have – Cost of the toy Money left after buying the toy = Rs. 15.75 – Rs. 9.50 Money left after buying the toy = Rs. 6.25

(c) Total Books on the Bookshelf: Number of shelves = 3.6 (rounding to the nearest whole number, which is 4) Books per shelf = 2.4 Total books = Number of shelves × Books per shelf Total books = 4 shelves × 2.4 books per shelf Total books = 9.6 books

Since you can’t have a fraction of a book, we’ll consider it as 9 books.

(d) Money Left by Lisa: Lisa’s initial money = Rs. 12.60 Cost of the movie ticket = Rs. 5.25 Money left by Lisa = Initial money – Cost of the movie ticket Money left by Lisa = Rs. 12.60 – Rs. 5.25 Money left by Lisa = Rs. 7.35

(e) Individual Pencils: Number of dozen pencils = 2.75 dozen 1 dozen = 12 pencils Total number of individual pencils = Number of dozen pencils × 12 Total number of individual pencils = 2.75 dozen × 12 Total number of individual pencils = 33 pencils

So, you have 33 individual pencils.

Q.12 Convert the fractions into decimals:
(a) 2/3
(b) 1/4
(c) 3/5
(d) 6/10
(e) 4/8

(a) 2/3 ≈ 0.6667 (rounded to four decimal places)
(b) 1/4 = 0.25
(c) 3/5 = 0.6
(d) 6/10 = 0.6
(e) 4/8 = 0.5

Q.13 Round the following decimals to the nearest tenth:
(a) 6.48
(b) 9.72
(c) 4.86
(d) 3.55
(e) 7.94