Multiplication of Decimals
(100%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Multiplying decimals is a lot like multiplying whole numbers, except for one thing. You have to count to know where to put the decimal point in your product. Check out how! 

Division of Decimals
(100%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Dividing decimals is a lot like dividing whole numbers. The rules are similar, but with one important extra step: be careful to move the decimal the correct number of places. 

Rounding Decimals
(99%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: We love that decimals can be so exact because sometimes that is exactly what we need. Other times, like for mental math problems, whole numbers are easier. That is when we round decimals to the nearest whole number 

Place Value of Decimals
(83%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Just like with whole numbers, the place each digit in a decimal sits has a different value. Once you know the value of every place, you will be able to say any decimal out loud, no tonguetwisting required! 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Fractions and decimals both represent values, but in different ways. Once you know how to convert fractions into decimals and vice versa, you will be able to order them with no problem. 
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: When adding and subtracting with decimals, keep your eye on the dot. Always line up your decimals, and things will work out just fine. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Decimals can be a little tricky at first. If you can place them on a number line, you can order and compare them the same way you do whole numbers. Check it out! 

Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Sometimes you will need to compare decimals, fractions and percents. Sounds challenging, but really, all you need to know is how to convert them. 

Sound
(2%)
Subject: Science
Topic: Energy, Light, and Sound Description: Sound is energy that travels as a result of vibration. It can be characterized by frequency, loudness, and pitch, and it is measured in decibels. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Decimals and fractions can be used to represent the same amount. If you know how to find an equivalent, you can display fractions as decimals, and decimals as fractions. 

Percents
(2%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Percent just means ìpart of one hundred.î That means a percent is simply a ratio that compares a number to 100. It can be expressed as a fraction, with a percent sign, as a ratio, or as a decimal. 