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Example: 2.7 x 3.5
Step 1 Multiply as you normally would 27 x
Step 2 Count the number of digits behind a decimal point in the problem. This one has two digits behind the decimal point, the 7 and the x 3.5 =
Step 3 Put the decimal point in the answer. If your problem had 2 digits behind a decimal point, your answer should have 2 digits behind a decimal point.
If your problem had 3 digits behind a decimal point, your answer should have 3 digits behind a decimal point.
If your problem had 4 digits behind a decimal point, your answer should have 4 digits behind a decimal point.
Step 4 Add zeros if needed.
Lets try a few together.
7.56 x 3.8 =
.3445 x 3.9 =
.55 x.007 =
Incorrect, try again Remember to count the digits behind the decimal points in the problem. You must have this many digits behind the decimal point in the answer.
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