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You do the multiplication in exactly the same way. The only extra thing is that when multiplying decimals, you need to place the decimal point (or decimal comma - depending on your country) in the correct position. If one number has, for example, 3 digits after the decimal point, and the other 4, you need to place the decimal point in the result (BEFORE eliminating unnecessary zeros) in such a way that there are, in this example, 7 digits (3 + 4) to the right of the decimal point.


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When multiplying decimals count the decimals digits in each?

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How many digits can the product of two 2 digit numbers have give examples?

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Multiply vertically the extreme left digits is one pattern involved in multiplying algebraic expressions. Multiplying crosswise is another common pattern that is used.


A 2 digit number that equals two times the result multiplying its digits?

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The sum of your digits is 16 The product of your digits is 64 What number are you?

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When multiplying, the product is going to have the same number of significant digits as the least amount in the factors. So 8.08 has three significant digits and 5.232 has four significant digits. Remember that any zeros in-between significant digits is always significant. Because the least amount of sig digs in the factors is three (from 8.08), the product is going to have three sig digs.Multiplying out normally: 8.08 × 5.232 = 42.27456Rounded to three places: 42.3


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What even number has digits whose product is ten?

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