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Grade 5 - Mathematics
4.14 Decimal Division Word Problems
Read the questions carefully.
Compute the results as per the question.
: There are 12 bags that weigh 41.4 kgs . What is the weight of each bag?
Answer: 3.45 kg
Solve the following. Also write at least 5 examples of your own.
: If the grass in your yard grew .7 inches in 14 days. How much did it grow each day?
: When you order decimals using numberline, the largest number is always to the right.
: There are 8 bags of rocks all together weighing 32.16 pounds. Each bag weighs the same. How much does each bag weigh?
: Mr. B traveled 114.1 miles on 7 gallons of gasoline. How many miles did he travel on each gallon of gasoline? (miles per gallon)
: Marie earned $15 by baby-sitting. She wants to buy a book for $4.50 and a game for $7.00. How much change will she have left from her $15?
: Julie's mom gives .09 cents each time she practices a piano lesson. If Julie earned $2.34, how many piano lessons did she practice?
: Each bag of apples weighs 3.6 pounds. How many bags of apples would be needed to make 100.8 pounds?
: Mary invited her 4 friends home after school. Her mom gave all the children milk. The children altogether drank 6 glasses of milk. Assuming each of them drank the same amount, how much milk did each one drink?
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