Add and Subtract Decimals (6.NS.3)(ADV)

Posted: September 11, 2013 in Advance

Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation

  • Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide: Multi-Digit Decimals
  • Estimate All Operation Answers: Multi-Digit Decimals

Sport Science: Skylar Diggins

BrainPOP: Decimals

Adding & Subtracting Decimals

Practice Exercises:

Homework:

  • Advance…Handout

What is the difference of 255.14−131.46?

Estimate:                                            Accurate:                                           Double Check:

What is the sum of 7.106+1.157?

Estimate:                                            Accurate:                                           Double Check:

What is the sum of 236.7+43.66?

Estimate:                                            Accurate:                                           Double Check:

What is the difference of 77.52−4.89?

Estimate:                                            Accurate:                                           Double Check:

In 1999, Maurice Greene set a new world record for the 100-meter

dash, running the race in 9.79 seconds. Until then, the record had been

held by Donovan Bailey, who ran the race in 9.84 seconds.

How much faster was Greene’s time?

In the 2000 Olympic Games, the United States women’s 400-meter

medley relay team won this swimming event with a time of 3 minutes,

58.3 seconds. In 2004, the United States women’s team took second

with a time of 3 minutes, 59.12 seconds.

How much faster was the 2000 team than the 2004 team?

In the 2000 Olympic Games, Kamila Skolimowska of Poland won

the women’s hammer throw with a distance of 71.2 meters. In 2004,

Olga Kuzenkova of Russia won with a distance of 75.02 meters.

Which woman threw the greater distance?

By how much?

Interactive Practice:

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