Arithmetic (all content)
We'll start with simple problems like 0.9 x 0.2 and build to more complex problems like 3.4 x 6.1.
In this article, you'll learn how to multiply decimals by jumping in and giving it a try without being shown how to do it first.
The problems go from easier to more difficult. Along the way there are examples and explanations to help you out if you get stuck. If you get a little confused, just think of it as a chance to learn!
Let's start by multiplying two tenths together.
Problem set 1:
Beautiful, let's move on to multiplying whole numbers by tenths and hundredths.
Problem set 2:
Great, let's finish with a few more challenging problems.
Problem set 3:
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- When we convert a decimal into a fraction, how do we know/ what do we write the fraction as? Is it over 10 or 100, and how do we determine that?(62 votes)
- it depends how much digits are behind the decimal point like 0.5 is 5/10 and 0.05 is 5/100
0.005 is 5/1000 and so on(23 votes)
- this is how you multiply decimals ....
lets do 0.5x0.5
FIRST you just do 5x5 which is 25....this the easy way....
THEN after you do 5x5 which is 25, then count the decimals place which is 2 places.....so move 25 which is 25.0 2 times to the left so you get 0.25
IS THE ANWSER 0.25
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- hey is anyone really good at math on khan.(15 votes)
- It's so hard to do math when there are all of those models and images/graphs. So hard to understand.(15 votes)
- You guys all know you don’t have to do these you get on it for like 3 secs and it says your done(10 votes)
- Multipling decimals is easy. Just pretend the decimal point isn't there. Multiply the numbers. At the end how much number is decimals in the first one put them back and get the answer(7 votes)