# 5.1.8. Division of Fractions and Decimal Numbers by 10, 100, and 1000

A car consumes one litre of gasoline to travel 10 kilometres. How many litres of gasoline does it need to travel a distance of 676.8 kilometres?

- A666.8litres
- B686.8litres
- C67.68litres
- D6 768litres

What is the result of dividing 1 062 by 1 000 and then by 10?

- A1.062
- B106.2
- C1 062 000
- D0.1062

A person was riding a bicycle and covered m in a hundred seconds. How many metres did that person cover in one second?

- Am
- Bm
- Cm
- Dm

A merchant bought kilograms of apples for LE, and kilograms of oranges for LE. Determine the price of one kilogram of oranges and that of one kilogram of apples, and approximate the results to the nearest piaster.

- ALE for a kilogram of apples and LE for a kilogram of oranges
- BLE for a kilogram of apples and LE for a kilogram of oranges
- CLE for a kilogram of apples and LE for a kilogram of oranges
- DLE for a kilogram of apples and LE for a kilogram of oranges

Complete as in example.

- A850, 0.0215, 10
- B850, 2.15, 100
- C0.085, 2.15, 100
- D0.085,0.0215, 10

Complete the following table:

Number | |||
---|---|---|---|

231.72 |

- A2 317.2,2.3172,0.23172
- B23.172,2.3172,231 720
- C23.172,2.3172,0.23172
- D2 317.2,23 172,0.23172