## Decimal Addition

A decimals is similarity with a fractions whose denominators are 10, 100 or 1000 etc.. A decimal addition may be containing a

In decimal number system, the value of a each digit depends on its place, or position, in the number. for each place a value is 10 times the place to its right.

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one's, ten' s, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands and millions. etc

Tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, hundred thousands, and so on

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Add 0.547 and 1.25

Solution:

Here 1.25 written into 1.250

0.547

Add 7.2 and 0.0078

Solution:

Here 7.2 written as 7.2000

7.2

Add 8 and 1.005

Solution:

Here we represent 8 into 8.000 and we add

8.000

Add 1.874 and 3

Solution:

Here we represent 3 into 3.000 and we add

1.874

Add 5.2 and 0.002

Solution:

Here we represent 3 into 3.000 and we add

5.200

Add 0.17 and 0.25

Answer:

0.42

Add 125.2 and 0.0078

Answer:

125.2078

Add 0.214 and 2.005

Answer:

2.219

Add 3.074 and 0.70

Answer:

3. 774

**Whole number**and a decimal number. In a decimal system, if a whole number part is not given, we can indicate decimal number by writing a zero on the left of the decimal point. in decimal we have some simple notation for addition. Decimal numbers has point representation for accurate measurements.**Rules for decimal number addition:**- By take down the numbers, one under other decimal number, with the decimal points arranged in lined up manner and then,
- Put zeros in place where the numbers have the same length
- After that add normally and remember to put the decimal point in the answer then only answer will be in decimal.

**Decimal place Value:**In decimal number system, the value of a each digit depends on its place, or position, in the number. for each place a value is 10 times the place to its right.

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**Dividing by Decimals**in Math by visiting listed websites.**To the left of the decimal point are:**one's, ten' s, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands and millions. etc

**To the rights of the decimal point are:**Tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, hundred thousands, and so on

**Example problems in decimal addition:**Algebra is widely used in day to day activities watch out for my forthcoming posts on

**Rounding Decimals to the Nearest Hundredth****and****how to divide fractions into decimals****.**I am sure they will be helpful.**Example 1:**Add 0.547 and 1.25

Solution:

Here 1.25 written into 1.250

0.547

__1.250__

1.7971.797

**Example 2:**Add 7.2 and 0.0078

Solution:

Here 7.2 written as 7.2000

7.2

__0.0078__

7.20787.2078

**Example 3:**Add 8 and 1.005

Solution:

Here we represent 8 into 8.000 and we add

8.000

__1.005__

9.0059.005

**Example 4:**Add 1.874 and 3

Solution:

Here we represent 3 into 3.000 and we add

1.874

__3.000__

4.8744.874

**Example 5:**Add 5.2 and 0.002

Solution:

Here we represent 3 into 3.000 and we add

5.200

__0.002__

5.2025.202

**Practice Problems:****Problem 1:**Add 0.17 and 0.25

Answer:

0.42

**Problem 2:**Add 125.2 and 0.0078

Answer:

125.2078

**Problem 3:**Add 0.214 and 2.005

Answer:

2.219

**Problem 4:**Add 3.074 and 0.70

Answer:

3. 774