# Comparing Decimals Worksheet

When you have been given a worksheet to write on, it is sometimes easy to just write the whole thing down and then compare the numbers with the assigned figures. However, if you want to compare the two you can make a list of each. This will help you keep things straight.

You can begin by writing down the values on a different sheet. You should be able to write the figures on the appropriate sheet and then compare the totals with the totals on the other sheet.

It is also a good idea to use a measuring tape to check the accuracy of the written figures. A tape should be accurate enough to record the thickness of the paper. If the thickness of the paper changes when you compare the two, then it is likely that you need to add some cents.

There are several ways to determine how many decimals to use in a particular calculation. First, look at the table that shows the number of decimals to divide the value by. Then, look at the next table that shows the number of cents for each one of those decimals. If you can find the equation of the decimals in the table, you can then determine how many cents you need to add or subtract for each total figure.

One way to make sure that you get an accurate solution to your division equation is to have a pencil and paper handy. Make a list of the values, then have a second sheet of paper so that you can check each value against the second sheet before you actually plug the values into the calculator.

If you find that you cannot get an accurate answer to your problem, then you should re-write the entire thing until you are left with the correct result. If you find that you need to adjust the values for a couple of decimals, then you might need to adjust the value for the next one. This might not always be necessary, but if it is, then you may need to go back and adjust the remaining decimal places of the remainder.