what is 1000 times 100?

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100,000 If you are multiplying or dividing by any number that starts with 1 and ends with a 0, you simply move the decimal. For example: for 100 times 1000 you move 100's decimal three spaces to the right, because there are three 0's in 1000. If you want to divide, you move the decimal to the left. NOTE: There is an imaginary decimal at the end of every number. For example: (where the period is, that is where the decimal should be) 100.

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