Three. Count number of zeros. If multiply decimal by 100 move decimal point 2 places, etc.
"You have to count the spaces to the right to know how many spaces you have to put."
1, to the right
To multiply two digit decimal numbers, multiply the numbers as you would without the decimals. To put the decimal in the answer, count the number of decimal places in the two numbers and put the decimal in the answer that many places to the left. For example: 5.12 x 6.35 = 32.5120. If the numbers were 51.2 x 63.5, the answer would be 3251.20.
The answer depends on how many decimal places are in the summands.
Yes. You first multiply, then however many decimal places you were multiplying, you move over.
It should be moved 4 places.
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
2 because 100 has 2 zeros in it
Multiply the numbers, count the total number of decimal places in the problem and place that many in your product.
it is multiply by 100 so 2 moves to the right