Q: When multiplying by 10000 how many places should you move the decimal point?

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It is a whole number so it can be done without any decimal points like this: 10000 You can add a decimal point and have two decimal places, like this: 10000.00

It is: 10,000/14,000 times 100 = 71.43% rounded to two decimal places

Expressed as a decimal, 35/10000 = 0.0035

Expressed as a decimal, 59/10000 is equal to 0.0059.

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Move 10 decimal places to the right to get: 5.8 x 10-10 To understand why the exponent is negative, know the basics of multiplying the value by 10's. If we have only decimal values, such as 0.0008, then the exponent must turn out to be negative. That is because the value 8.0 is divided by 104 or 10000. This means that you move 4 decimal places from the starting point. 8/10000 = 0.0008

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Rounded to two decimal places, 10000/154287 x 100 = 6.48 percent.

There are 1.609344 kilometres in one mile. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 10000 kilometres is equal to 10000/1.609344 = 6213.71 miles.

It is a whole number so it can be done without any decimal points like this: 10000 You can add a decimal point and have two decimal places, like this: 10000.00

It is: 10,000/95,000 times 100 = 10.53% rounded to two decimal places

It is: 10,000/381,000 times 100 = 2.625% rounded to 3 decimal places

It is: 10,000/14,000 times 100 = 71.43% rounded to two decimal places

Expressed as a decimal, 5022/10000 = 0.5022

13/10000, as a decimal = 0.0013