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Lesson 9: Expressing Fractions as Decimals



 1. 

Select the term to complete the sentence.

A decimal number in which a block of one or more digits eventually repeats in a pattern is called a ___________ decimal.
a.
terminating
c.
equivalent
b.
repeating
d.
non-terminating, non-repeating
 

 2. 

Select the term to complete the sentence.

A decimal number that is complete after a certain number of digits is called a ____________ decimal.
a.
terminating
c.
equivalent
b.
repeating
d.
non-terminating, non-repeating
 

 3. 

Write the repeating decimal using bar notation.
     0.5623623. . . .
a.
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b.
mc003-2.jpg
c.
mc003-3.jpg
d.
mc003-4.jpg
 

 4. 

Write the fraction as a terminating decimal.
       mc004-1.jpg
a.
0.9
b.
0.75
c.
0.85
d.
0.8
 

 5. 

Write the fraction as a repeating decimal.
      mc005-1.jpg
a.
mc005-2.jpg
b.
0.5
c.
0.45
d.
mc005-3.jpg
 

 6. 

Select the TRUE statement.
a.
0.7 = mc006-1.jpg
b.
0.7 > mc006-2.jpg
c.
0.7 < mc006-3.jpg
d.
0.7 mc006-4.jpg mc006-5.jpg
 

 7. 

Select the TRUE statement.
a.
mc007-1.jpg
b.
mc007-2.jpg
c.
mc007-3.jpg
d.
mc007-4.jpg
 

 8. 

Select the TRUE statement.
a.
mc008-1.jpg
b.
mc008-2.jpg
c.
mc008-3.jpg
d.
mc008-4.jpg
 

 9. 

Select the list that has the numbers ordered from greatest to least.
a.
mc009-1.jpg
c.
mc009-3.jpg
b.
mc009-2.jpg
d.
mc009-4.jpg
 

 10. 

Select the list that has the numbers ordered from least to greatest.
a.
mc010-1.jpg
c.
mc010-3.jpg
b.
mc010-2.jpg
d.
mc010-4.jpg
 



 
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