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when the numbers are between 0 and 1

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Q: When is the product of two decimals less than both factors?
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What do you notice about the relationship between the factors and the product when multiplying two decimals less than 1?

The factors are greater than the product.


If you multiply two decimals less than 1 can you predict whether the product will be less or greater than either of the factors?

No, you cannot. The answer can be greater than (or less than) neither, one or both numbers.For example,-4.5 and -2.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 9.9 which is greater than both.-4.5 and 0.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 0.9 which is less greater than one and less than the other.0.5 and 0.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 0.01 which is less than both.


When is the product of a negative integer and a positive integer less than both of its factors?

Always


If you multiply two decimals less than 1 can you predict wether the product will be less than or greater than either of the factors?

Fractional multiplication results are always less than any of the factors. You can't hit ugly with an ugly stick and expect to get pretty. The above answer is only true is both your fractions are non-negative (in addition to being less than 1.


What are two decimals that have product less than 1?

0.1 x 0.2


When is the product of a negative integer and positive integer less than both of its factors?

That's always the case.


Is the product of 2 decimals less than one is less than either of the factor all the time?

Yes.


Why is the product of two decimals each less than one be less than one?

because you multiplying by 9


When is the product of two fractions less than its factors?

If the fractions are both proper fractions ... equivalent to less than 1 ... thenthat's always true ... the product is always less than either factor.


When is then product of a negative integer and a positive integer less than both of its factors?

This is a clever question. I would say: "Always". To be more precise: The product is never greater than either factor, and if neither factor is ' 1 ', then the product is always less than both.


When is a product of a negative integer and positive integer less than both of its factors?

When its multiplied by anything greater than one


What do you know about the product if one of the factors is less than one?

The product will be less than the other factor.

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