# Math

how to use grids to mutiply decimals by decimals. please give example

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1. Take one decimal on the x axis, another on the y axis. The area enclosed in the rectangel between that crossing point and the axis is the multiplied product. You get area by counting squares on the grid.

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2. what bill coins could you use to show \$8.60?

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3. 8.60

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