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Fractions & Decimals

Fractions & Decimals

Adding & Subtracting Decimals Examples

Example 1

Add 44.93 + 7.1

Line up the place values and insert zeroes as place holders. Then add as you usually do. (Remember to carry the one.)

Example 2

Subtract 5320.007 - 299.6

Line up the decimals and insert zeroes as place holders. Then subtract. (Remember to borrow.)

Example 3

Add 215.75 + 368.2 + 22.103

Line up those decimals, insert zeroes as place holders, then add, baby, add!