Multtiplying and Dividing Decimals

By: Jordyn and Chloe

Here is a Example of Multiplying Decimals

9.73 Multiply as if the numbers are whole numbers.

× 6.4

3892

58380

62272

9.73

× 6.4

3892

58380

62.272 (There are three total places behind the decimal).

Using Order of Operations with Decimals

Simplify: 429 – 32.6 × 3.2

= 429 – 104.32 The multiplication must be done before the subtraction.

Now subtract.

Multiplying Decimals

To multiply decimals is very easy! First you line them up. then you round the numbers.Then take the decimals out, and multiply them.After multiplying the #'s count the place's after the 2 #'s than put the decimal :D

NOW U KNOW HOW TO MULTIPLY DECIMALS NOW WE WILL SHOW HOW TO DIVIDE THEM

Dividing decimals is a little tricky

Questions

if you have any questions, just come and ask Jordyn and and Chloe.

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