logging in or signing up Decimals (Adding and Subtracting) TeacherCT Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 299 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: January 16, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Today’s Focus… Adding and Subtracting Decimals …PowerPoint Presentation: Today’s Focus… Adding and Subtracting Decimals …PowerPoint Presentation: The Old Fashion Ice Cream ParlorPowerPoint Presentation: GREAT job singing everyone! Your voices just “melt” me…. Remember to apply the lyrics of the song when adding and subtracting decimals!PowerPoint Presentation: To ADD decimal numbers: STEP 1: Align the decimal points. “Line up the soldiers!” STEP 2: Include the invisible zeros. “Fill in the blanks!” STEP 3: Add each column of digits from right to left. STEP 4 : Place the decimal point in the answer directly below “Put a decimal point – at the bottom of the t-a-n-k!” 123 . + 0 . 179 + 43 . 5 = + 123 . 0 . 179 43 . 5 000 00 166 679 .PowerPoint Presentation: To SUBTRACT decimal numbers: STEP 1: Align the decimal points. “Line up the soldiers!” STEP 2: Include the invisible zeros. “Fill in the blanks!” STEP 3: Subtract each column of digits from right to left. STEP 4 : Place the decimal point in the answer directly below “Put a decimal point – at the bottom of the t-a-n-k!” 27 . 583 – 0 . 2 = - 27 . 583 0 . 2 00 0 27 383 .PowerPoint Presentation: All of the prices are on the menu! Read it carefully!PowerPoint Presentation: Scenario #1: (decimal addition – 2 items) Nyquan was in the mood for some sweets. He ordered a Royal Banana Split for himself. Then his friend Monet showed up so Nyquan. bought her a Triple Sundae ! How much did Nyquan. pay at the Old Fashioned Ice Cream Shop? Royal Banana Split: $3.00 Triple Sundae: + $3.20 Total $6.20 Royal Banana Split: $? Triple Sundae: $? Royal Banana Split: $3.00 Triple Sundae: $3.20PowerPoint Presentation: Scenario #2: (decimal addition – multiple items) Tyreese’s karate club won the state championship. To celebrate they went out for ice cream. His team ordered a Big Scoop Sundae (with banana slices) and three strawberry Super Sodas . How much did they spend in all? Big Scoop Sundae: $? Banana Slices $? 3 Super Sodas: $ Big Scoop Sundae: $3.05 Banana Slices $0.10 3 Supper Sodas: + $7.80 Total $10.95 Big Scoop Sundae: $3.05 Banana Slices $0.10 3 Super Sodas: $2.60 x 3 $2.60 X 3 $7.80PowerPoint Presentation: Scenario #3: (decimal subtraction – making change) Leslie’s drawing won first prize in a contest! So her family celebrated by having ice cream! Leslie’s family ordered three Special Sundaes and paid with a $10 bill . How much change did they receive back? 3 Special Sundaes: $? Handed cashier: $10.00 3 Supper Sodas: - $7.35 Change $2.65 3 Special Sundaes: $2.45 x 3 $2.45 X 3 $7.35PowerPoint Presentation: Scenario #4: (decimal addition – multiple items – change) Ms. Lott decided to buy ice cream for Mr. B’s entire class– 25 people in all! She bought each person a Royal Banana Split ! How much change did she have left after paying with a $100 bill ? 25 Royal Banana Splits: $? Handed cashier: $100.00 25 Royal Ban. Splits - $75.00 Change $25.00 25 Royal Banana Splits: $3.00 x 25 $3.00 X 25 1 5 00 6 0 0 7 5. 0 0PowerPoint Presentation: Get Ready!!! Here come the customers!! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.