Multiplying and dividing decimal fractions by 10, 100, etc. - Examples, Exercises and Solutions

In multiplications: the decimal point moves to the right as many steps as the number has zeros.
In divisions: the decimal point moves to the left as many steps as the number has zeros.

Practice Multiplying and dividing decimal fractions by 10, 100, etc.

Exercise #1

0.07×10= \text{0}.07\times10=

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0.7 0.7

Exercise #2

1.004×10= 1.004\times10=

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10.04 10.04

Exercise #3

111.1:10= 111.1:10=

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11.11 11.11

Exercise #4

1.14×10= 1.14\times10=

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11.4 11.4

Exercise #5

11.31:10= 11.31:10=

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1.131 1.131

Exercise #1

12.2:10= 12.2:10=

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1.22 \text{1}.22

Exercise #2

13.61:10= 13.61:10=

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1.361 1.361

Exercise #3

1.4×10= 1.4\times10=

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14 14

Exercise #4

1.52×10= 1.52\times10=

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15.2 15.2

Exercise #5

0.3×10= 0.3\times10=

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3 3

Exercise #1

2.7×10= 2.7\times10=

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27 27

Exercise #2

20.1:10= 20.1:10=

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2.01 2.01

Exercise #3

2.31×10= 2.31\times10=

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23.1 23.1

Exercise #4

0.26×10= 0.26\times10=

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2.6 2.6

Exercise #5

2.66×10= 2.66\times10=

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26.6 26.6

Topics learned in later sections

  1. Division of Decimal Numbers
  2. Multiplication of Decimal Numbers
  3. Decimal Measurements
  4. Repeating Decimal
  5. Decimal Fractions