Decimal Representation Examples Game
Free Decimal Game-Representing Decimals. Are you trying to understand how to represent decimal numbers ? Then this game is for you. It will help you practice decimal representation with examples. In algebra, a decimal number can be defined as a number whose whole number part and the fractional part are separated by a decimal point. The dot in a decimal number is called a decimal point. The digits following the decimal point show a value smaller than one.
How To Play Decimal Game .
This is one of the easiest games about decimal addition. One who knows how to add decimal values can play this game without any difficulty. Example: find the missing number 0 + _ + 0.06= 0.36 If we look carefully, we can find that the second number after the decimal is equal on both sides while there is a difference in the first number after the decimal. Fill this gap to get equal numbers on both sides. The number before decimal is also equal on both sides. In this case we need 0.3 to make both sides equal i.e., 0+ 0.3 + 0.06=0.36 This balloon pop game has three options on the basic screen. The first option is “Play Game” which is used to start a game. The second option is “How to Play” which is used to find the details to understand and instructions to play the game. The third option “More Games” is used to find more sets of math practice games.
When you click on the play button, a question appears on the top middle of the game screen. Read it carefully to find an answer printed on the balloon which is popping from the below screen. Click on the balloon which has the right answer. The correct answer will take you to the next question by adding a point on the scoreboard which is on the top left corner. But if you select a balloon with the wrong answer, you will lose the game but don’t worry you always have a chance to restart the game. Find the math quizzes on the menu bar to practice these concepts more effectively. Don’t forget to share this game link with your friends who need help to improve their math skills. Kindly check out other math resources Here.