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

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A decimal "to the hundredths" stops two value places after the decimal point.Here are some examples:Decimal to the hundredths: 1.09Decimal to the thousandths: 1.009Decimal to the ten thousandths: 1.0009

Decimals are estimated by rounding off the decimal places to the nearest tenths,hundredths,thousandths,ten thousandths,etc.

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There will be five decimal places.

5 of them.

probably 3, thousandths place.

5 hundredths is greater. Whether the numbers are written as decimals or fractions, or in some other base is totally irrelevant.

You line up the decimals with the thousandths and put the decimal straight down from where it is and just add with the decimal in the same spot.

.66, the first number after the decimal is in the tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.0.66

114 thousandths = 0.114 in decimal

To help understand decimals I'll give you a little chart. (wherever the one is placed is the name of the decimal): 0.1 = tenths 0.01 = hundredths 0.001 = thousandths 0.0001 = ten thousandths 0.00001 = hundred thousandths So six hundred thousandths would be 0.00006

Round it up or down. Examples: 0.014 (thousandths ) is 0.01 (Hundredths) and 0.0 (Tenths) 0.567 (Thousandths) is 0.57 (Hundredths) and 0.6 (Tenths) 27.499 (Thousandths) is 27.50 (Hundredths) and 27.5 (Tenths)

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