There are: 3.026 times 6.2034 = 18.6846408 which is 7 decimal places
There are: 3.012 times 6.2034 = 18.6846408 which makes 7 decimal places
There will be five decimal places.
There will be five.
Since both multiplicands are integers, then so is their product.
Six - to the millionths.
At most 3.
16.001*15 = 240.015 which is 3 decimal places
There are 5 - unless one of the multiplicands ends in 5 and the last digit of the other is even.
As many as required for the accuracy needed
it depends on how many decmal places you have in your decimals like if it was 3.45 times 4.234 the product is14.6073 but if you multiply 5.6 by 6.7 you get 37.2 and it depends on how high the decimal place numbers are
Two decimal places.
It will be two places.
6.43 times, to two decimal places, or 6 times with a remainder of 3.
Generally speaking, with the exception of trailing zeroes, the number of decimal places in the answer of a multiplication sum is equal to the sum of the number of decimal places in the question. Therefore, 4.97 x 3.456 contains five decimal places in total, therefore the answer contains five decimal places. In this instance, 4.97 x 3.456 = 17.17632.
You can choose how many you want. The standard settings have no decimal places or two decimal places.
Multiply the numbers, count the total number of decimal places in the problem and place that many in your product.
As many as it needs.
However many digits are after the decimals, that's how many times you move it to the left. For example: 1.38 x 9.24. When you get the product, you would move the decimal 4 places to the left because you have 4 digits after decimals. Hope this helps! (: