Q: What happens to a number when it is multiplied by 10?

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You obtain another natural number that is ten times as great as the original one.

When any number is multiplied by its reciprocal, the product is ' 1 '.

If you multiplied a number by 4, then the cube of the number would be increased by a factor of 16.

Any number can be multiplied by 110.

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You obtain another natural number that is ten times as great as the original one.

When any number is multiplied by its reciprocal, the product is ' 1 '.

3.2 is the answer as 0.32 is the original number.

If you multiplied a number by 4, then the cube of the number would be increased by a factor of 16.

Any number can be multiplied by 110.

The number 5 times 10 times 10 equals 500. You can use any number you want. (But the result will not be 500 for any other number except 5.)

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The inequality is "flipped" when multiplied by a negative number. For example, if x > y and a is a negative number, then ax < ay.

The decimal moves over 1 digit to the right. Ex: 10 x 1.10 = 11.0

The answer depends on the fraction.

If the length and width of a rectangle are multiplied by the same number, then . . . -- the perimeter is multiplied by the same number -- the area is multiplied by the square of the numbner

Any whole number multiplied by 10 adds a zero to the end of the number. For example: 7 x 10 = 70 9 x 10 = 90 487149184719387 x 10 = 4871491847193870 Any decimal fraction multiplied by 10 moves the decimal point one place to the right. For example: 3.3 x 10 = 33 8.259 x 10 = 82.59