Q: Can you multiply factors with decimals?

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Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.

Factors refer to whole numbers, not decimals.

Factors refer to whole numbers, not decimals.

Factors refer to whole numbers, not decimals.

Factors refer to whole numbers, not decimals.

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When you Multiply two decimals it is called the product.

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Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.

Decimals don't have factors.

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it affects because when you multiply you have to move the decimals to the left or right.......(helpful info)

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When you multiply 4 by 2, you're doubling it, increasing 4 to twice its size. When you multiply 0.25 by 0.5, you're cutting it in half, decreasing 0.25 to 0.125.

Decimals don't have factors.

Factors refer to integers, not decimals.

Factors refer to integers, not decimals.