explain how did you decide on the number of zeros in the product.

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1. What product?

If a decimal, delete all the zeros after the last real number, e.g., 56.17000 = 56.17.

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2. Explain how 40 times 70 will have a product with a total of 2 zeros

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3. explain how did you decided on the number of zeros in the product

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4. Explain how you decided on the on number of zeros in the products

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5. (a)36,000&10=360,000 Explain how you decided on the number of zeros in the products for (a)

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6. A:36,000&10=360,000

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