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1 SS NS 1.0G4.NF.6 Students Use understand decimal notation place for value fractions of whole with denominators numbers and 10 or 100. For example, rewrite decimals 0.62 as to 62/100; two decimal describe a places, length as and 0.62 how meters; whole locate numbers 0.62 on and a number line diagram. decimals relate to simple fractions. Students use the concepts of negative numbers. UNDRLYNG SKLLS AND ONS: use decimal notation; value of coins and bills Write Money Amounts as Decimals Key d e a Decimals are used to describe fractional amounts of dollars. For example, 4 dollars and 50 cents can be written as the decimal $4.50. he number to the left of the decimal point describes the whole number, or whole dollar amount. f there is no whole dollar amount, there is a zero to the left of the decimal point. he number to the right of the decimal point describes the cents, or fractional part of a dollar. he decimal point separates the whole dollar value from the fractional part. x a m p x a m p l l 1 Look at the picture. Describe what you see. How would you write this amount of money as a decimal? You can write an equation for this problem. total amount of money whole dollar value fractional dollar value he 2 one-dollar bills represent the whole number value: $2.00 he quarter is valued at 25 cents or $0.25 $2.00 $0.25 $2.25 Read: two dollars and twenty-five cents 2 Write the amount of money represented in the picture. here are no dollar bills. he coins amount to 41 cents. So, you write: $0.41. Dime 10 enny 1 Quarter 25 Nickel 5 page 140 hapter 12 Lesson 4

2 R A 1. twelve dollars and nineteen cents $ forty-five cents $ nine dollars and ninety-nine cents $ three dollars $ fifteen dollars and sixty cents $15.60 $0.75 $ Leon wants a book that costs eight dollars and thirty-six cents. Write that money amount as a decimal. $ Jo saved three dollars and five cents. Write that amount as a decimal. $ Glenn has this money in his pocket. xplain how you know the decimal amount of money Glenn has in his pocket. $04; ossible answer: he decimal amount in Glenn s pocket can be determined by adding up the dollar value of each piece of money, or decimal. $5.00 $1.00 $0.04 $04 hapter 12 Lesson 4 page 141

3 R A at home! 1. five dollars and twenty-eight cents $ sixty-nine cents $ fifteen dollars and eighty-seven cents $ seven dollars $00 5. thirteen dollars and thirty cents $13.30 $0.65 $ Daniel wants a book that costs seven dollars and eighty-five cents. Write that money amount as a decimal. $85 9. Rob saved two dollars and three cents. Write that amount as a decimal. $ d has this money in his pocket. xplain how you know the decimal amount of money d has in his pocket. $29; ossible answer: he decimal amount in d s pocket can be determined by adding up the dollar value of each piece of money, or decimal. $5.00 $1.00 $0.29 $29 page 96 Home Resource and Homework hapter 12 Lesson 4

4 R A 1. twelve dollars and nineteen cents $ forty-five cents $ nine dollars and ninety-nine cents $ three dollars $ fifteen dollars and sixty cents $15.60 $0.75 $ Leon wants a book that costs eight dollars and thirty-six cents. Write that money amount as a decimal. $ Jo saved three dollars and five cents. Write that amount as a decimal. $ Glenn has this money in his pocket. xplain how you know the decimal amount of money Glenn has in his pocket. $04; possible answer: he decimal amount in Glenn s pocket can be determined by adding up the dollar value of each piece of money, or decimal. $5.00 $1.00 $0.04 $04 hapter 12 Lesson 4 Student Book age page 141

5 R A at home! 1. five dollars and twenty-eight cents $ sixty-nine cents $ fifteen dollars and eighty-seven cents $ seven dollars $00 5. thirteen dollars and thirty cents $13.30 $0.65 $ Daniel wants a book that costs seven dollars and eighty-five cents. Write that money amount as a decimal. $85 9. Rob saved two dollars and three cents. Write that amount as a decimal. $ d has this money in his pocket. xplain how you know the decimal amount of money d has in his pocket. $34; ossible answer: he decimal amount in d s pocket can be determined by adding up the dollar value of each piece of money, or decimal. $5.00 $1.00 $0.34 $34 page 96 Home Resource and Homework hapter 12 Lesson 4

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