You move it the number of spaces equal to the number of zeros in the **any of the integer powers of the number ten**; in other words, ten multiplied by itself a certain number of times (when the power is a positive integer). By definition, the number one is a power (the zeroth power) of ten.

## Why do you move the decimal point when multiplying by 10?

When you multiply a decimal by a power of 10, all you need to do is move the decimal point! as an example. **For each zero in the power of 10, move the decimal point one place to the right**. Since there are 3 zeros in 1,000, move the decimal point in 12.7 to the right 3 places.

## Why do we move the decimal point to the left?

If there IS a decimal point, move it to the right the same number of places that there are 0s. **When dividing by 10, 100, 1000 and so on, move the decimal point to the left as many places as there are 0s**.

## When multiplying a decimal number by 0.1 What do you count to move the decimal point to the left?

Quote from video: *Place on decimal place so what is the answer when you multiply 548.37 by 0.1 the correct answer here is 54 point eight again 548 times 37 times 0.1 be bilingual in a decimal place a mere entire*

## When multiplying by 10 What is the rule?

When multiplying whole numbers by 10, simply **add a 0 to the end of the number**. When multiplying decimals by 10, move the decimal point one space to the right.

## When you multiply decimals do you move the decimal to the right or left?

The difference is that **the decimal point moves to the right** when you multiply; it moves to the left when you divide.

## Why does the decimal move to the right when multiplying?

The correct answer is 50.19. Recall that when you multiply a decimal by a power of ten (10, 100, 1,000, etc), the placement of the decimal point in the product will move to the right **according to the number of zeros in the power of ten**.

## How do you explain moving decimals?

Quote from video: *If you divide by a hundred you shift religious to the right two number places and so on with decimal numbers an easy way to shift the digits to a different number place is by moving the decimal point.*

## What is the rule of multiplying decimals?

To multiply decimals, **first multiply as if there is no decimal.** **Next, count the number of digits after the decimal in each factor.** **Finally, put the same number of digits behind the decimal in the product**.

## Why does multiplying by a decimal decrease the number?

When multiplying a number by a decimal less than one, the product will be smaller than the number being multiplied. This is **because we are finding a fractional amount of a quantity**. For example, 0.1 x 0.8 = 0.08, because the question is asking us to find one tenth of eight tenths.

## When multiplying by 0.1 or by 0.01 to what direction is the decimal point?

When multiplying by 10, 100, 1000, the point is moved to the right by as many digits as there are zeros in the multiplier. And when multiplying by 0.1, 0.01 and 0.001, the point is moved to **the left** as many digits as there are zeros in the multiplier.

## Is 0.1 and 0.01 the same?

**0.1 has one significant decimal digit, that is, one digit to the right of the decimal point.** **0.01 has two significant decimal digits**. When working with operands with a different number of significant digits, all numbers are padded with trailing zeros until all operands have the same number of significant digits.

## Why do you think the whole number part of 0.1 and 0.001 is 0?

Answer. Step-by-step explanation: **Since you JUST asked which is the larger number, hands down, it’s 0.01**. When it comes to decimals or fractions,0.01= 1/100 which is obviously greater than 0.001= 1/1000.

## What happens when you move the decimal to the right?

Step 2: Count the number of decimal places moved in Step 1 .

If the decimal point was moved to the left, the count is positive. If the decimal point is moved to the right, **the count is negative**.

## What are the four rules of decimals?

You should become efficient in using the four basic operations involving decimals—**addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division**. To add or subtract decimals, just line up the decimal points and then add or subtract in the same manner you would add or subtract whole numbers. Add 23.6 + 1.75 + 300.002.

## How do you multiply decimals by 10?

Quote from video: *By ten hundred and thousand so let's begin let's take the decimal three point one four six when we multiply a decimal by ten we shift the decimal point one place to the right thus.*

## How do you multiply decimals by 10?

Quote from video: *By ten hundred and thousand so let's begin let's take the decimal three point one four six when we multiply a decimal by ten we shift the decimal point one place to the right thus.*

## What is the rule of multiplying decimals?

To multiply decimals, **first multiply as if there is no decimal.** **Next, count the number of digits after the decimal in each factor.** **Finally, put the same number of digits behind the decimal in the product**.

## Why are you allowed to move the decimal point before dividing with decimals?

**You make the divisor whole number by moving the decimal point to the left point left to right**. Important when you move the decimal in the divisor, you must also move the decimal, the same number of places in the dividend. So I also provided some visuals of how you would do that.

## What happens when you move the decimal to the right?

Step 2: Count the number of decimal places moved in Step 1 .

If the decimal point was moved to the left, the count is positive. If the decimal point is moved to the right, **the count is negative**.

## How do you explain moving decimals?

Quote from video: *If you divide by a hundred you shift religious to the right two number places and so on with decimal numbers an easy way to shift the digits to a different number place is by moving the decimal point.*

## Why does multiplying by a decimal decrease the number?

When multiplying a number by a decimal less than one, the product will be smaller than the number being multiplied. This is **because we are finding a fractional amount of a quantity**. For example, 0.1 x 0.8 = 0.08, because the question is asking us to find one tenth of eight tenths.