When you multiply a number by 1, you get the same number back. Ex. 10x1=10
Wgat happens whe you multiply and positive number by a rational number between 0 and 1?
You get an even number as your answer.
You usually get another number!
The product will always be a greater positive number when you multiply a positive number by a number greater than one.
The product is a rational number.
When you multiply a fraction by 1, the value does not change. It is like this for any number.
It can increase, decrease or stay the same depending on what you multiply it by.
If you multiply an odd number by an even number, the product (answer) will be even. Example: 5 x 4 = 20
Any number multiplied by zero = 0
You get a number known as their "product".
The answer is 10. To find the percentage of a number, take the number (in this case 200) and multiply it by the percentage you're looking for (5% which is .05). 200 x .05 = 10
Your number increases.
Multiply by a number greater than 1 will increase the value. Multiplying by less than one will decrease the number.
You add one more zero to the end of the number
When you multiply a number by zero you actually will always get zero because zero means nothing at all
The number becomes smaller unless it is a negative number or zero (0).
You get a larger even number.
You will always get another odd number.
It becomes 100 times as large.
The number is still positive, but the range is positive infinity.