# Do Now 1. The number 2 is a. A factor of 26. b. Greater than -3. c. The only even prime number. d. All of the above. 2. A toymaker has 6 1 / 4 yards of.

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Do Now 1. The number 2 is a. A factor of 26. b. Greater than -3. c. The only even prime number. d. All of the above. 2. A toymaker has 6 1 / 4 yards of fabric. He wants to make five stuffed animals that each require 7 / 8 yard of fabric. How many yards of fabric will he have left? a. 1 1 / 2 yd. b. 1 3 / 8 yd. c. 1 3 / 4 yd. d. 1 5 / 8 yd. e. 1 7 / 8 yd.

Do Now 1. The number 2 is a. A factor of 26. b. Greater than -3. c. The only even prime number. d. All of the above. 2. A toymaker has 6 1 / 4 yards of fabric. He wants to make five stuffed animals that each require 7 / 8 yard of fabric. How many yards of fabric will he have left? a. 1 1 / 2 yd. b. 1 3 / 8 yd. c. 1 3 / 4 yd. d. 1 5 / 8 yd. e. 1 7 / 8 yd.

Do Now 1. The number 2 is a. A factor of 26. b. Greater than -3. c. The only even prime number. d. All of the above. 2. A toymaker has 6 1 / 4 yards of fabric. He wants to make five stuffed animals that each require 7 / 8 yard of fabric. How many yards of fabric will he have left? a. 1 1 / 2 yd. b. 1 3 / 8 yd. c. 1 3 / 4 yd. d. 1 5 / 8 yd. e. 1 7 / 8 yd.

Multiplying Decimals Key Points: THIS IS NOT adding and subtracting, which means we DO NOT line up the decimals! Multiply like normal, then count how many decimal spots we have Move the decimal from right to left as many spots as we have

Multiplying Decimals EX. 45.2 X3.1

Multiplying Decimals EX. 45.2 X3.1 452 13560 14012

Multiplying Decimals EX. 45.2 X3.1 452 13560 14012 Now, add up how many decimal spots you have, and move the decimal over from right to left that many times…

Multiplying Decimals EX. 45.2 1 X3.1 1 452 2 13560 14012 Now, add up how many decimal spots you have, and move the decimal over from right to left that many times…

Multiplying Decimals EX. 45.2 1 X3.1 1 452 2 13560 14012 = 140.12 Now, add up how many decimal spots you have, and move the decimal over from right to left that many times…

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