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Decimals

The decimal numeral system has ten as its base. It is the most widely used numeral system, perhaps because a human usually has four fingers and a thumb on each hand, giving a total of ten digits over both hands. A student will need to learn about decimal notation, how to convert decimals to fractions and vice-versa, and how to work with percentages.

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Decimals & Fractions Grade 4
Workbook from Kumon Publishing
for 4th grade
in Kumon Math Skills (Location: B08-07E)
Decimals & Fractions Grade 5
Workbook from Kumon Publishing
for 5th grade
in Kumon Math Skills (Location: B08-07E)
Fraction Tower Equivalency Cubes
from Learning Resources
for 1st-8th grade
in Fractions (Location: B08-05E)
Just-a-Minute Math
from Steck-Vaughn Company
for Kindergarten-4th grade
in Math Drill (Location: B08-07C)
Life of Fred: Decimals and Percents
Life of Fred
by Stanley Schmidt
from Polka Dot Publishing
for 4th-6th grade
in Life of Fred Math (Location: B07-00A)
Math 1 Flipper
from Christopher Lee Publications
for 3rd-5th grade
in Math Flippers (Location: B08-top)
Math 2 Flipper
from Christopher Lee Publications
for 6th-12th grade
in Math Flippers (Location: B08-top)
Math-U-See Algebra & Decimal Inserts
from Math-U-See
for 6th-8th grade
in Math-U-See (Location: B06-04C)
Ray's New Arithmetics - Key to Primary, Intellectual and Practical
by Joseph Ray, M.D.
from Mott Media
for 1st-6th grade
in Ray's New Arithmetic (Location: B08-06A)