Q: How do you multiply by a decimal?

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Change the decimal into a fraction or the easier way is to turn the fration into a decimal, then multiply.

Multiply the decimal by 100. 0.45 = 45%

From decimal to percentage multiply by 100.

Often, yes. But it depends on the numbers. For example, if you multiply 1.5 x 2, you get 3 as the answer (whole number). But if you multiply 1.5 x 3, you get a decimal of 4.5

To convert a decimal to a percent, multiply it by 100.

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whenever you multiply a whole number by a decimal you get a decimal. 2.9x100=290

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multiply the decimal by 100

Change the decimal into a fraction or the easier way is to turn the fration into a decimal, then multiply.

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Just multiply the decimal by 100.

Multiply the decimal by 100. 0.45 = 45%

From decimal to percentage multiply by 100.

Often, yes. But it depends on the numbers. For example, if you multiply 1.5 x 2, you get 3 as the answer (whole number). But if you multiply 1.5 x 3, you get a decimal of 4.5

Three. Count number of zeros. If multiply decimal by 100 move decimal point 2 places, etc.

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To convert a decimal to a percent, multiply it by 100.