# math

How do you multiply decimals

If you look at the box up above that says jump, scroll down to the math section. If you select arithmetic you'll see a section on decimals there. That section has a subsection on multiplying them.

when you multiply decimals you first have to line the decimals up then multiply them and put the decimal in the right place

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1. 1.09 in decimal form rounded to the nearest hundreth

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posted by rosi
2. 5.300=5.3

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