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
| Edward Lee Thorndike - 1917
...is not .392 sq. mi. Learn this rule: Multiply with decimals just as with whole numbers. Then point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the multiplier and** the multiplicand together. 1. Find the area of a rectangle 14.21 miles long and 2.4 miles wide. How... | |
| John Charles Stone - 1919
...'multiplicand. From principle 3 above, it follows that when the multiplier is a whole number, there will be **as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** multiplicand. It also follows that a fraction is multiplied by a whole number by multiplying the numerator... | |
| Edward Lee Thorndike - 1920
...is not .392 sq. mi.? Learn this rule : Multiply with decimals just as with whole numbers. Then point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the multiplier and** the multiplicand together. 83 1. Find the area of a rectangle 14.21 miles long and 2.4 miles wide.... | |
| George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith, Herbert Druery Harper - 1922 - 202 Seiten
...found accurately beyond 0.1". Therefore we write the result as 35.8". Beginning at the right, point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** two numbers together. Exercises. Multiplication of Decimals 1. Find the dimensions corresponding to... | |
| Clarence Elmer Comstock, Mabel Sykes - 1922 - 303 Seiten
...3.42 47.34 .354 906 10 1000 200 300 13. Multiplication. RULE. Multiply as if with integers and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in** both numbers that are to be multiplied together. 32.7 JLi§ 981 1308 654 79.461 The following rule... | |
| 1923
...BY INTEGERS To multiply a decimal number by an integer, multiply as with ordinary numbers and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** given decimal number. 20. One side of a square lot is 75.6 ft. What is the distance around the lot?... | |
| James Robert Overman - 1923 - 376 Seiten
...fractions in the following way. To multiply a decimal by an integer, multiply as in whole numbers and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** multiplicand. A second method of deriving this rule makes use of the pupil's knowledge of concrete... | |
| Denver Public Schools - 1924 - 228 Seiten
...readings of these numbers."2 2. Stress the rule for multiplication. In multiplying with decimals, point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in the multiplier and multiplicand together.** 3. Division of decimals will need be retaught to some pupils. For the fundamental general training... | |
| Elmer L. Ritter, Alta L. Wilmarth - 1925 - 453 Seiten
...that perhaps is most widely used is contained in the words: "Multiply as in whole numbers and point **off as many decimal places in the product as there are in** both multiplier and multiplicand." Examples: .6X.8=.48; 1.2X1.2 = 1.44, etc. This method requires time... | |
| Cynthia Mitchell - 1998 - 64 Seiten
...reproducible. 2. Review the multiplication of decimals as follows. a. Multiply as you would with b. Put **as many decimal places in the product as there are in the** factors combined. whole numbers. 3.2 1.3 5.2 1.3 246 246 62 82 1O66 1O.66 3. Review the division of... | |
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