Decimal Multiplication


Suppose you want to multiply 25.3 by 0.46.
Pretend that you’re multiplying numbers without decimal points:
Now you need to find out where the decimal point goes.
To do this, notice that 25.3 has one digit after the decimal point, and that 0.46 has two digits after the decimal point.
Place the decimal point in the answer so that it has three digits after the decimal point.

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