Multiplying Decimals With Tenths And Thousandths Places 4 Video Tutorial
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Multiplying Decimals With Tenths And Thousandths Places 4
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Multiplying decimals with tenths and thousandths places 4 video involves arithmetic operations, decimal place, decimals, multiplication, multiplication of decimals, multiplying decimals, number sense, operations, operations with decimals, tenths place, thousandths place.
The video tutorial is recommended for 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, and/or 8th Grade Math students studying Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Arithmetic, Basic Math, and/or Pre-Algebra.
Decimal place is the position of a digit to the right of a decimal point. It is the number of digits following the radix point.
Multiplication is in essence repeated addition, or the sum of a list of identical numbers. Multiplication finds the product of two numbers, the multiplier and the multiplicand, sometimes both simply called factors.
Multiplication, as it is really repeated addition, is commutative and associative; further it is distributive over addition and subtraction. The multiplicative identity is 1, that is, multiplying any number by 1 will yield that same number. Also, the multiplicative inverse is the reciprocal of any number, that is, multiplying the reciprocal of any number by the number itself will yield the multiplicative identity.