# Decimal numbers: 6th grade math course in PDF.

A sixth grade math lesson on decimal numbers, in this lesson that you can download for free in PDF format and print freely. We will study the sub-multiples of the unit, the decomposition of a decimal number and the names of the digits. Locating on a graduated line and comparing decimal numbers. We will approach the comparison of two decimal numbers as well as its integer and decimal part in the sixth grade.

## I. Sub-multiples of the unit

### 1. tenths

Definition:

When you break down a unit into ten equal parts, you get tenths.

A tenth is noted .

In the unit, there are ten tenths so .

Example:

### 2. The hundredths

Definition:

When you break down a unit into a hundred equal parts, you get a hundredth.

One hundredth is noted .

In the unit, there are one hundredths so .

Example:

### 3. thousandths

Definition:

When you break down a unit into a thousand equal parts, you get thousandths.

A thousandth is noted .

In the unit there is one thousandth therefore .

Example:

## II. Decomposition and name of the numbers

Definition:

Any number that can be written as a decimal fraction, i.e. whose numerator is a whole number and whose denominator is 1,10,100,1 000,10 000 …, is a decimal number.

It can also be noted using a comma, it is its decimal writing: it is composed

of an integer part and a decimal part.

Remark:

A decimal number has a finite decimal part.

Example:

Consider the decimal number 1345.824.

• This number reads one thousand three hundred and forty-five units and eight hundred and twenty-four units.
• It can be broken down into the following form
• Here is the name of each number:
• 1 is the number of thousands
• 3 is the number of hundreds
• 4 is the tens digit
• 5 is the number of units
• 8 is the number of tenths
• 2 is the number of hundredths
• 4 is the number of thousandths.

Remark:

An integer is a particular decimal number.

Indeed, 25 can be written with a comma 25=25.0 or as a decimal fraction .

## III. Locating on a graduated half-line

Example:

What are the abscissae of points A and B?

One unit is divided into ten equal parts, which means that it is divided into ten-tenths.

Point A is 2 tenths after 3. So its abscissa is .

Point B has the abscissa .

We note A(3,2) and B(0,3).

## IV. Comparison and storage

### 1.comparison of two decimal numbers

Definition:

Comparing two numbers means finding out which is bigger, or smaller, or telling if they are equal.

Remark:

We use the symbols > for “greater than” and < for “less than”.

Rule:

To compare two decimal numbers written in decimal form:

• we compare the whole parts;
• if the whole parts are equal, then the tenths numbers are compared;
• they are equal, so we compare the numbers of the hundredths;
• they are equal, so we compare the thousandths figures;
• and so on until the two numbers have different digits.

Example:

Compare the numbers 81.357 and 81.36.

• First, we compare the integer parts of the two numbers;
• they are equal, so we compare the numbers of the tenths;
• they are equal, so we compare the numbers of the hundredths.
• 5<6 so 81.357<81.36.

Remark:

When the whole parts are equal, the decimal parts can be compared.

and .

Now, 360 thousandths is greater than 357 thousandths so 81.36>81.357.

### 2.2 Arrangement of two decimal numbers

Example:

Arrange the numbers in ascending order.

The smallest number is found, then the smallest of the remaining numbers, and so on until the last one.

This gives .

## Have you assimilated the course on decimal numbers in 6th grade?

Les nombres décimaux

QCM de maths en 6ème sur les nombres décimaux.

Things to remember:

Skills to learn about decimal numbers:

• Know the definition of a decimal number;
• Notion of integer and decimal parts;
• Know how to give the position of a number (tenth, hundredth, unit, thousands, …);
• Perform operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and Euclidean division);
• Decompose a decimal number;
• Know how to compare two decimal numbers and place abscissas on a graduated half-line.

This course is in accordance with the official programs of thenational education.

In addition, you can continue with the exercises on decimal numbers in the sixth grade.

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