Clare bought a photo for 17 cents and paid with a $5 bill. Here are three ways to write the subtraction calculation.
(2.) Explain how you know.
Add and Subtract Decimals with many non-zero digits.
For this activity, you will need a sheet of paper and pencil/pen. Calculators are not recommended because, it is our aim to see that you master the process of adding/subtracting numbers by first aligning them into columns before proceeding with the operation. Follow the instructions below to get started.
Subtract Decimal Numbers Using Blocks.
(1.) 11.3 – 9.5
(2.) 318.8 – 94.63
(3.) 0.02 – 0.0116
For every 9 customers, the chef prepares 2 loaves of bread. Here is double number line showing varying numbers of customers and the loaves prepared.
(1.) How many loaves are needed for 63 customers?
(2.) How many customers are there if the chef prepares 20 loaves?
(3.) How much of a loaf is prepared for each customer?
Practice by Creating numbers Using Base ten Blocks.
(1.) Use base-ten blocks to build 174.
Explain how you know you correctly built the number 174.
(2.) Use base ten blocks to build 238.
(3.) Build any number less than 500.
(4.) What number did you build? How do you know?
Subtract the numbers in the applet below. verify your answer by checking the “Answer” box. Then click “Problem” to request for a new one. Practice as much as time allows you. Switch to “Add” the numbers to keep practicing.
In a cryptarithmetic puzzle, the digits 0-9 are represented using the first 10 letters of the alphabet. Use your understanding of decimal addition to determine which digits go with the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, and J.
For each subtraction problem, mark the correct calculation. use the pen tool located under .