Published at Saturday, November 02nd 2019. by Alexandrine Lenoir in Worksheet.
These percent worksheets are great for practicing percentage calculations. You may select three different types of problems and have the problems be in either numerical or word formats. You may select the range of numbers to work with as well as whole number or decimal numbers. You may specify how many decimal points to round the answers. These percent worksheets will produce ten problems per worksheet.
These multiplication worksheets use arrays to help teach multiplication and how to write out multiplication equations. The student will be given an array and asked to write out the numbers of rows and columns in the array, as well as a multiplication equation to describe the array. You may select the range of rows and columns used for the arrays. These multiplication worksheets are appropriate for 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade.
These mixed problems worksheets are great for problems that do not require regrouping. The addition and subtraction problems may be configured with either 2 digits (plus/minus) 1 digit problems or 2 digits (plus/minus) 2 digits problems. The no regrouping option may be switched off if some regrouping is desired. The problem format is vertical and you may select up to 30 mixed problems per worksheet.
These place value worksheets are great for testing children on writing numbers out in expanded form that include decimals. You may select 2 and 3 digit numbers with tenths, hundredths, or thousandths decimals. These place value worksheets are appropriate for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade.
This estimation worksheet will produce 4 digit sums and differences problems with rounding guides for the students to solve. The students will round and rewrite the numbers in the place holder to the right of each problem. You may select either tens, hundreds, or thousands for the students to round to for the problems. You may also instruct the students to solve the actual problems so they can compare the actual to the estimated solutions. You may elect to have the first problem worked out as an example.
Now we can easily see that when we add 4 + 9 we must leave the ones in the ones place and move the tens into the tens place. So the 3 must stay in the ones place and the 1 must move into the tens place. See this example below.
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