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Q: How many decimal places are in a product of a number with decimal places to the thousandths multiplied by a number with decimal places to the hundredths?

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5.

There are 5 - unless one of the multiplicands ends in 5 and the last digit of the other is even.

three

0.02 x 0.025 = 0.0005

Six - to the millionths.

Since both multiplicands are integers, then so is their product.

At most 3.

product of 42 hundredths and one tenth written as a decimal = 0.04 42 hundredths = 0.42 or approximately 0.4 one tenth = 0.1 0.4 * 0.1 = 0.04

5 and 3

0.7 x 0.74 = 0.518

0.016 is.16 thousandths: 0.4 x 0.04 = 0.016, or 4/10 x 4/100 = 16/1000

No, the product is a variable and whether or not it is irrational will depend on the value of the variable.

The product of any mathematical sum is the numbers multiplied together. For example, the product of 7 and 8 is 56. Products can just as validly be used for negative and/or decimal numbers.

When multiplying a whole number by a decimal with two places, ignore the decimal point and multiply as if you were multiplying two whole numbers. After you get the answer, re-insert the decimal point so that the product has two decimal places.

if 2 positive numbers are multiplied, then the product is positive. if 2 negative numbers are multiplied, the product is positive. if a positive and a negative number are multiplied, the product is negative.

Product means numbers multiplied together. Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 etc is easy, you just move the decimal point one place to the right for every zero. To find this product, move the decimal to the right 2 places in 3.8 and we have 380

The square of the product

three zeros

The product.

True

2 factors multiplied and you get a product

The number of decimal places in the product is the SUM of the decimal places in the multiplicands.

Anything multiplied by 1 is one. Did i answer your question?

14 multiplied by 91 is 1,274.