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Q: What answer explains the correct way to move the decimal to find the product of 23.8 and times 100?

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The product is 0.1152 as a decimal

There will be five.

No. A decimal is a representation of a number such that the place value of any digit is ten times the place value of the digit to its right. It does not require a decimal point. So the decimal numbers, 3 and 4, can be multiplied together to give 1100 in binary.

move the decimal to the left 2 times and you will get the decimal Examples: 25% = .25 56.8% = .568 2% = .02

0.3 is 10 times as great as 0.03

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Move it two places to the right.

The product is 0.1152 as a decimal

There are: 3.026 times 6.2034 = 18.6846408 which is 7 decimal places

No, Roberto is missing a decimal point. 5.1 * 3.6 = 18.36

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The product is 669.3

There will be five.

There are: 3.012 times 6.2034 = 18.6846408 which makes 7 decimal places

When changing a decimal into a percent, you can move the decimal point to the right two times, and then add the percent sign. Correct answer: 237%

-- Ignore the decimal point; just multiply the two whole numbers. -- After the multiplication is done, put the decimal point back into the product. Put it in the right place so that the product has as many digits after the point as the original decimal had. If there aren't enough digits in the product to do that, add some zeros to the left end of it.

It is: 10/12 times 100 = 83.33% recurring decimal

Well I know that three times six equals 18. Well I make it 2.059767144 which gives the answer correct to 8 decimal places anyway. It works out to 18.000000003246700 to 15 decimal places. Close enough?

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