Fraction and Percents Converting Fraction to Percent A. Fraction that have equivalent fraction with denominator 100 a) Harshita has kept record of the last four spelling tests that she In which test did she do the best? Since all tests were based on different number of marks, we cannot compare …

Read More »## 5th Class (CBSE) Mathematics: Order Of Operations

A. When you have an expression with different operations follow this order: Division → Multiplication → Addition → Subtraction You can remember this order as DMAS. Following the rules. Let us look at some examples. a) 53 – 18 ÷ 2 x 5 = 53 – 18 ÷ 2 x 5 First divide …

Read More »## 5th Class (CBSE) Mathematics: Decimals

Multiplication Of Decimals A. Multiplying Decimals by a Whole Number a) A greeting card costs ₹ 8.25. If Shabnam buys three cards, how much should she pay the shopkeeper? 8.25 + 8.25 + 8.25 = ? Or 3 x 8.25 = ? Step 1. Multiply as with whole numbers ignoring …

Read More »## 5th Class (CBSE) Mathematics: Fraction

Multiplication of Fraction A. Multiplying Fraction by Whole Number. a) Shalini is making tea for six people. She need teaspoon of tea leaves for each cup. How much will she need for 6 cups? Repeated addition can also be shown as multiplication. Step 1. Write the whole number as …

Read More »## 5th Class (CBSE) Mathematics: Factors And Multiples

More Divisibility Rules A number is divisible by 4 If the number formed by its last two digits is divisible by 4 or are zeros. For example, 2832, 916, 83001 6 If the number is divisible by both 2 and 3. For example, 384, 1602, 2982 8 If the number …

Read More »## 5th Class (CBSE) Mathematics: The Four Operations And Their Application

Multiplication Properties of Multiplication These are some properties of multiplication that you are familiar with. Any number multiplied by 0 gives zero as the product. Any number multiplied by 1 gives the same number as the product. when the order of the factor is changed the product does not change. …

Read More »## 5th Class (CBSE) Mathematics: Large Numbers

Crores Let us now learn about 8 and 9 digit numbers in the Indian place value system 8 Digits Numbers We now move one place further to the left of the place value chart. This is the crores places. 6 in the crores places is ten times 60 lakh (10 …

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