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Q: How do you multiply mixed decimals and whole numbers?

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The question is ambiguous. Do you want to know how to multiply a fraction by a whole number, as well as by a mixed number? Or are you asking how to multiply a whole number by a mixed number and express the product as a fraction? Or what?

rounding whole numbers and decimals

4,536 whole numbers or mixed numbers. 5,040 pure decimals.

Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimals.

Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.

The difference is that if you multiply with a whole number and then multiply with a decimal and you compare.You will notice the whole number is greater.You are very welcome.

No because whole numbers are integers without decimals or fractions

there are infinite possibilities including fractions and decimals Whole numbers are: 1x24, 2x12, 3x8, 4x6

Whole numbers contain no fractional part as do decimals

No because whole numbers are integers that do not have decimals or fractions attached to them.

First change the mixed numbers into improper fractions by multiplying the denominator and the whole number and add the product to the numerator in the mixed numbers and then multiply the numerators and the denominators and divide the numerator by the denominator of the product.

Well it is very easy once you get the hang of it. First you multiply normally, then the decimal you move as many decimals for example: 5.0 times 4 would be 20.0

Decimals are real numbers. Furthermore, integers and whole numbers are the same thing.

Never heard of that term but... 2.1 is the whole number 2 plus a decimal, .1

Decimals separate whole numbers from fractions.

No.

No.

NO!

Between 65 and 100, there are 34 other whole numbers plus an infinite number of decimals and mixed numbers.

Whole numbers are positive numbers and there are no fractions or decimals.

Whole numbers are integers that have no fractions or decimals.

One way they are different is that decimals are "parts of a whole" not necessarily a whole.

The numbers to the left of the decimal are the whole number. The numbers to the right become the fraction. 9.37 = 9 and 37/100

Yes, when they are decimals, it is not considered a whole number.

multiply the denominator by the whole number, then add the numerator, the denominator is the same as the mixed numbers denominator