Multiply Decimals 1
Try VividMath Premium to unlock full access
Time limit: 0
Quiz summary
0 of 5 questions completed
Questions:
 1
 2
 3
 4
 5
Information
–
You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again.
Quiz is loading...
You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz.
You have to finish following quiz, to start this quiz:
Loading...
 1
 2
 3
 4
 5
 Answered
 Review

Question 1 of 5
1. Question
Solve`0.74xx10` (7.4)
Hint
Help VideoCorrect
Well Done!
Incorrect
When multiplying decimals to values like `10, 100, 1000…`, simply move the decimal point to the right by the number of zeroes.Since the decimal is being multiplied by `10`, simply move the decimal point `1` place to the right.Therefore, `0.74xx10` is equal to `7.4``7.4` 
Question 2 of 5
2. Question
Solve`0.097xx100` (9.7)
Hint
Help VideoCorrect
Excellent!
Incorrect
When multiplying decimals to values like `10, 100, 1000…`, simply move the decimal point to the right by the number of zeroes.Since the decimal is being multiplied by `100`, simply move the decimal point `2` places to the right.Therefore, `0.097xx100` is equal to `9.7``9.7` 
Question 3 of 5
3. Question
Solve`0.008xx1000` (8)
Hint
Help VideoCorrect
Keep Going!
Incorrect
When multiplying decimals to values like `10, 100, 1000…`, simply move the decimal point to the right by the number of zeroes.Since the decimal is being multiplied by `1000`, simply move the decimal point `3` places to the right.Therefore, `0.008xx1000` is equal to `8``8` 
Question 4 of 5
4. Question
Solve`40xx1.7` (68)
Hint
Help VideoCorrect
Great Work!
Incorrect
First, ignore the decimal points of the two values and multiply them`1.7` `=` `17` `40xx17` `=` `680` Next, count how many place values from the decimal point to the right of the two factors.`1.7 = ``1 \text(place)`There is a total of `1` place value movement to the right of the decimal point.Finally, get the final product by moving the decimal point of the initial product `1` place to the left.Therefore, the final product is `68`.`68` 
Question 5 of 5
5. Question
Solve`0.5xx0.6` (0.3)
Hint
Help VideoCorrect
Nice Job!
Incorrect
First, ignore the decimal points of the two values and multiply them`0.5` `=` `5` `0.6` `=` `6` `5xx6` `=` `30` Next, count how many place values from the decimal point to the right of the two factors.`0.5 = ``1 \text(place)``0.6 = ``1 \text(place)`There are a total of `2` place value movements to the right of the decimal point.Finally, get the final product by moving the decimal point of the initial product `2` places to the left.Therefore, the final product is `0.3`.`0.3`
Quizzes
 Decimal Place Values 1
 Decimal Place Values 2
 Expressing Decimals as a Fraction 1
 Expressing Decimals as a Fraction 2
 Expressing Decimals as a Fraction 3
 Converting Decimals Involving Money (Cents and Dollars) 1
 Converting Decimals Involving Money (Cents and Dollars) 2
 Converting Decimals Involving Money (Cents and Dollars) 3
 Add and Subtract Decimals 1
 Add and Subtract Decimals 2
 Add and Subtract Decimals 3
 Add and Subtract Decimals 4
 Multiply Decimals 1
 Multiply Decimals 2
 Multiply Decimals 3
 Divide Decimals 1
 Divide Decimals 2
 Divide Decimals 3
 Divide Decimals 4
 Converting Fractions to Decimals 1
 Converting Fractions to Decimals 2
 Converting Fractions to Decimals 3
 Rounding Whole Numbers 1
 Rounding Decimals 1
 Rounding Decimals 2
 Rounding Decimals 3
 Decimal Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction 1
 Decimal Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction 2
 Decimal Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction 3
 Decimal Word Problems: Multiplication 1
 Decimal Word Problems: Multiplication 2
 Decimal Word Problems: Multiplication 3
 Decimal Word Problems: Division 1
 Decimal Word Problems: Division 2