Q: What is the number of times Americans move?

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Count the number of digits after the large number and move the decimal to the right that many times Move the decimal of the smaller to the right the same number of times as you did the large number Use long division to get answer Example 1.77/ 3.1 = 17.7/31 = 0.571

-38,600,000. take the decimal place and move it to the left until you have only one number left of the decimal place... like this -3.86 now count out how many times you move over the decimal place... you move it 7 times. multiply your number of -3.86 by 107 -3.86*107

If it says add -7 your going left on the number line 7 times

2 × 5 × 5 = 50 For non-Americans, in standard form: 50 = 5 × 10^1.

the answer is 4.765 10% is the same as saying 1/10. a quick way to do this is to move the decmal left by one digit. if you took 1% or 1/100 of a number then you move the decmal over 2 digits. if you took .1% or 1/1000 of a number then you move the decmal over 3 digits. this pattern continues a long as you want. it also works the other way. if you times a numeber by 10, you move the decmal right one digit, if you times a number by 100 then you move the decmal over two spaces and so on.

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7.23x10^-4. Move the decimal place to the right. The number of times you move the decimal is the same number as the exponent.

Not a specific number of times....they were in the desert for 40 years.

Count the number of digits after the large number and move the decimal to the right that many times Move the decimal of the smaller to the right the same number of times as you did the large number Use long division to get answer Example 1.77/ 3.1 = 17.7/31 = 0.571

you divide the top number by the bottom number then move the decimal over to the right two times.

Start Do 10 times read number if number > highest-number move number to highest-number end DO Print higest-number. end

6.3; you move the decimal to the right one time for each zero (in a number divisible by ten) you multiply by. ex: 0.63 times 100= 63.0; times 1,000= 630.0; times 10,000= 6,300.0 move decimal to the left if you are dividing.

-38,600,000. take the decimal place and move it to the left until you have only one number left of the decimal place... like this -3.86 now count out how many times you move over the decimal place... you move it 7 times. multiply your number of -3.86 by 107 -3.86*107

If it says add -7 your going left on the number line 7 times

use the invisible decimal at the end and move it 2 times to the left!

2 × 5 × 5 = 50 For non-Americans, in standard form: 50 = 5 × 10^1.

36494100000000When you are multiplying a number by ten to the (blank) power, simply move the decimal point however many places to the right as the number of the power. If the number in the power is negative, move it to the left that many places

964 * 1,000 = 964,000(All you need to do is move the decimal point to the right. You have to do it 3 times in this case but if your number was being multiplied by 10, you would only move it one place to the right.)