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Multiply 63 by 10 is 630

0.0001 Multiply the above by 10, you get 0.001, now multiply 0.001 by 10 and you get 0.01, now multiply 0.01 by 10 and you get 0.1, now multiply 0.1 by 10 and you get 1 So to get from 0.0001 to 1, you had to multiply it by 10 4 times, that is you had to multiply 0.0001 by 10000 to get 1, but if you multiply a number by 10000, you have to divide it also by the same number to retain the original value Hence 0.0001 is the same as 1/10000

1210, what you do is multiply 11x11 which equals 121 and then multiply that by 10 to get your answer

to multiply a number by 10, all you have to do is add zeros at the end of the number. Below are examples: 10*1=10 10*10=100 10*100=1000

* Multiply by 10 (by addind a zero to the right of the number), * then double: Example - multiply 52 by 20: 52 x 10 = 520 double 520 = 1040

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Yes, 0.02 * 0.02 has the same product as 0.2 * 0.002. (They both equal .0004). .2 = .02 * 10, and .002 = .02 / 10, so .2 * .002 = .02 * 10 * .02 / 10 = .02 * .02 * (10 / 10) = .02 * .02

5001 multiply by 10 = 50010

Multiply 63 by 10 is 630

Multiply means for example multiply 10 times 10 equals 100 so multiply means times by in maths

21 multiply by 10 = 210

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Multiply cm by 10 to get mm. Divide mm by 10 to get cm.

To solve 10 1 3, you can multiply 10 times 1. This gives you a product of 10. Then multiply 10 times 3, so you will have an answer of 30.

20 billion. just take 1 trillion and multiply it by .02 1,000,000,000,000 * .02 = 20,000,000,000

0.0001 Multiply the above by 10, you get 0.001, now multiply 0.001 by 10 and you get 0.01, now multiply 0.01 by 10 and you get 0.1, now multiply 0.1 by 10 and you get 1 So to get from 0.0001 to 1, you had to multiply it by 10 4 times, that is you had to multiply 0.0001 by 10000 to get 1, but if you multiply a number by 10000, you have to divide it also by the same number to retain the original value Hence 0.0001 is the same as 1/10000

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