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Q: When multiplying two factors each one with a decimal place how many decimal places should the answer have?

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Two of them.

The number of decimal places in the product must equal the total number of decimal places in the factors. John's product should have 2 decimal places.

4 times.

It should be moved 4 places.

The answer is 8 and 1/3. You can achieve a decimal by multiplying 8.33333- by 100. That should do it!

The number of decimal places has no bearing on the relative value. 0.2 is greater than 0.137 0.402 is greater than 0.3

the decimal place in the quotient or product should be based in the decimal place of the given with the least significant figures

Move the decimal 2 places to the left which should get you 0.028

Move the decimal 2 places to the left which should get you 0.008

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The answer depends on how many decimal places are in the summands.

all you do is turn it around instead of multiplying by 100 you divide the percent by 100 and you should get your answer

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