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Q: How can you multiply by a decimal by 1000?

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moving the decimal 3 place to the right 1000 have 3 zeros.

Three. Count number of zeros. If multiply decimal by 100 move decimal point 2 places, etc.

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First you would turn 10% into a decimal > .10 Next, multiply that decimal by 1000 > 1000 x .10 Finally, you find your answer: 1000 x .10 = 100

Exactly what you have when you just move the decimal point three places to the right from where it originally is.

60,490,000 To multiply by 1000, just move the decimal place 3 spaces to the right.

It moves three places to the right.

Multiply by 1000 or move the decimal three places to the right.

Converting from litres to millilitres you move the decimal 3 places to the right as the number is getting 1000 times bigger (multiply by 1000)

To multiply by 1/10, move the decimal point 1 place to the left. To multiply by 1/100, move the decimal point 2 places to the left. To multiply by 1/1000, move the decimal point 3 places to the left.

8% of 1000= (convert % to decimal) .08 of 1000= (in math of means multiply) .08 X 1000= then solve .08 x 1000= 80

multiply the decimal numerals by the amounts of digit numbers to the right, multiplied by 100 to change the decimal numbers to natural numbers. ie 1.232/1.232=1.232*1000/1.2328*1000=1232/1232=1

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