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When you add two decimal numbers, you don't add the numbers before the decimal point separately from the numbers after the decimal point.

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- Study decimal number additionRead about adding decimal numbers at mathsisfun.com and take a self-quiz at the end.
- Download a decimal number addition worksheetDesign and print a decimal number addition worksheet at math-aids.com. (Answers included!)
- Quiz yourself on decimal number additionTest your knowledge of decimal addition with this seven-question quiz at mcwdn.org.

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