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Q: To multiply or divide a number by 10000 how many places should you move the decimal?

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

if you divide 12 by 16.6 you can find out what 1% of the number is, which is 0.72289 (to five decimal places). Then simply multiply this by 100 to find the original number, which is 72.289 (to three decimal places). So the answer is that 12 is 16.6% of 72.289.

Sorry we do not know what you mean by "persentige". But if you mean "percentage", You divide the whole number by the decimal form of the percentage (i.e. 35% is .35) and then move the decimal to the right 2 places(or multiply by 100, same thing).

Divide by 1000, or multiply by 10-3, or move the decimal point 3 places to the left

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105 To multiply a number by 100, just move the decimal point two places to the right. (To divide a number by 100, just move the decimal point two places to the left.)

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

arrange and multiply the number like whole numbers. count the number of decimal places. start from the rightmost, put the decimal point based on the total number of decimal places

Multiply by ten to move the decimal one place to the right. Multiply by 100 to move two places to the right. Divide by ten to move it one place to the left.

This is not necessarily true. 2 x 0.55 = 1.1

if you divide 12 by 16.6 you can find out what 1% of the number is, which is 0.72289 (to five decimal places). Then simply multiply this by 100 to find the original number, which is 72.289 (to three decimal places). So the answer is that 12 is 16.6% of 72.289.

False. 2 x 0.55 = 1.1

It is false.0.2 * 25 = 5, which has no decimal places.

Sorry we do not know what you mean by "persentige". But if you mean "percentage", You divide the whole number by the decimal form of the percentage (i.e. 35% is .35) and then move the decimal to the right 2 places(or multiply by 100, same thing).

When you multiply decimals, you just ignore the decimal until the end, then, to find the amount of decimal places in your answer, you add the amount of decimal places in both your factors

When multiplying a whole number by a decimal with two places, ignore the decimal point and multiply as if you were multiplying two whole numbers. After you get the answer, re-insert the decimal point so that the product has two decimal places.

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