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Q: How does place value affect decimals when you multiply?

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what is the place value of 198,752 underline digit is 9

you can line up the decimals

What does it mean to talk about place

place value :)

Place Value Charts help you because they put the decimal in the right place.

To multiply two digit numbers, multiply each place value of a factor by each place value digit and add the results.

Hundredths.

because if you don't know the place value you might have trouble answering the question and you might get it wrong .

They are decimals that have equal value.

For terminating decimals, yes - the place value of the digit farthest to the right (furthest after the decimal point) is the denominator. Don't forget to simplify the fraction (if possible).

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Yes.

They are identical in value.

3 will be three thousandths. that mean 4 places after the decimals

powers of 10 example 10,100,1000

You either keep it as "89 pi" to have the exact value, or you take the desired number of decimals for pi (depending on the desired precision), for example 3.14, or 3.1416, and then multiply.

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It is defined as the process of finding the product of two numbers, in each of which the place value of any digit is ten times the place value of the digit to its right.

They do not necessarily. 13*23 = 299 and 299 is certainly not smaller than 13 or 23. A decimal is simply a form of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times the place value of the digit to its right. There is no requirement for the number to have a fractional part or a decimal point.

Each position has a place-value that is 10 times as much as the position that is one to the right of it; or 1/10 as much as the position that is one to the left of it.The starting point is that the right-most digit in a whole number, or of the whole part in a number with decimals, has a place-value of 1.

when you convert decimals to percentages you are moving the place value 2 over.So 0.0878 would be %8.78

it means both the type of decimals have the same value

If 0.11 is rounded to 0.1 then it has been rounded to one place of decimals.

Yes there are call equivalent decimales

You first, just like the normal tens like 1655 = Units6 = Tens1 = HundredsAfter you move on to decimal. Then you Put the decimal here. 1.65If it was only 1.6 it would mean (in fraction)60/100.That's how you find the place value of decimals :D