To multiply one decimal by another, multiply the figures as in whole numbers, and point off' as many decimal places in the .product as there are in the multiplier and the multiplicand together. Arithmetic - Seite 100von Charles Elsee - 1866 - 275 SeitenVollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| rev. Frederick Calder - 1852
...principles here stated, we may then work all similar Exs. as in Sim' Mult" of whole numbers, and point **off as many decimal places in the product, as there are in** all the numbers to be multiplied together. Thus Ex. I. would have been commonly worked as follows;... | |
| Thomas Grainger Hall - 1853
...OF DECIMALS. CI. Rule. — Multiply the factors as in whole numbers, and point off as many decimals **in the product as there are in the multiplier and multiplicand together.** If the product should not contain a sufficient number of figures, the defect must be supplied by cyphers,... | |
| James Wood - 1857
...multiplication, viz. Multiply as in rvhole numbers, taking no notice of the decimal points, and point **off' as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** multiplicand and multiplier together. To prove the Rule for Division; Let the dividend be made to have,... | |
| Edward Brooks - 1863 - 337 Seiten
...either of these solutions we derive the following RULE. — Multiply as in whole numbers, and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in** loth multiplicand and multiplier, prefixiny ciphers if necessary. 2. Multiply 27.13 by .67. Ans. 18.1771.... | |
| John William Colenso (bp. of Natal.) - 1864
...given decimals as if they were common integers, and mark off in the product as many decimal places **as there are in the multiplier and multiplicand together. Ex. 1. Multiply** 1.0025 by 2.5. 1.002 5 2.5 50125 2 0050 2.5062 5 Ans. Ex. 2. Multiply .0048 by .000012; and 1.005 x... | |
| John William Colenso (bp. of Natal.) - 1867
...decimals, as if they were common whole numbers, and mark off in the product as many decimal places **as there are in the multiplier and multiplicand together. Ex. 1. Multiply** 1.0025 by 2.5. 10025 Here therefore four decimal places In the multiplicand, 25 and one in the multiplier;... | |
| Shelton P. Sanford - 1872 - 373 Seiten
...order that the product might be ten-thousandths. These examples make it clear that there will always be **as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** multi plicand and multiplier counted together. Hence the RULE. Multiply as in whole numbers, and in... | |
| Samuel Mecutchen, George Mornton Sayre - 1877
...618 (3.) 6.18 25 .25 2.5 3090 3090 3090 1236 1236 1236 RULE. Multiply as in whole numbers, and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in** both multiplicand and multiplier. Find the product in each of the following: — 5. 2113.46 x 12.5.... | |
| William Guy Peck - 1878 - 232 Seiten
...Since tenths multiplied by hundredths give thousandths, .5 x .09 = .045. PRINCIPLE. — There will be **as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** factors. RULE. Multiply as in integers, and point off from the right of the product, as many decimal... | |
| William Frothingham Bradbury - 1879 - 374 Seiten
...directly under tlie figure of the multiplier which produces it. 3. Add these partial products and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** multiplicand, and the result will lje tlie true product. 62. PROOF. Multiply the multiplier by the... | |
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