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Thursday, December 15, 2011

GET THE GOOF: December 15

When you multiply decimals you move the decimal point straight down into the answer.

17 comments:

  1. The answer is not wrong its correct.


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  2. No, you do not you ca n't put it straight down.section 2 tabble 3

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  3. the goof is that you have to count how many numbers there are before the decimals then as much numbers there are thats how many times you count

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  4. no you dont you gottah count how many spaces there is then you move the decimal when you get your awnser so when you have your awnseer and thedecimal is straight you count how many spaces there is and you move it that man spaces for ex. 5.68 when you want a diffrent awnser you move it 2 spaces over

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  5. No because the answer mite be wrong.


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  6. The answer is wrong because before you answer the question you should put the decimal down before the answer
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  7. its wrong because when you get the answer you check were the decimal goes,and multiply

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  8. The first thing that they needed to do is to count the decimal places, then multiply, then move the decimal point over. That's how you are going to find the answer.
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  9. its wrong becuse to multiply decimals u r suppose to count how many decimals places there are and then u do the same thing with the answer.

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  10. no it is wrong because you suppose to count the decimals spaces then you are going to put it down to the answer
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  11. when you multiply decimals you have TO MOVE THE DECIMALS over how many times the decimals placed. table4 sec3

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  12. the problem is because when you multiply decimals your suppose to count how many places are there behind the decimal.Then from right to left the number of places there was in both numbers is where you place the decimal.table1 section1

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  13. You are not supposed to move it right down you are supposed to count the numbers after the decimal and then put the decimal that number of spacees.

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  14. When you multiply decimals, you have to take the number of decimal places and use that number to see how many digits go behind the decimal point in the equation.

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  15. the problem is incorrect because when you multiply you add how many numbers there are behind the decimal add them together then from right to left you place the number from how many numbers there were behind the decimal. section1 table1

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  16. Thats not right because you need to count the numbers before the decimal and then add the numbers.


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  17. thats wrong because,if you how a decimal with two spots behind it and one has one behind it you add them then move it how many spots you got from adding the spots together.

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