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Multiplying decimals by hundred is pretty much the same thing as doing multiplication of decimals by tens. Whenever you multiply a decimal number by hundred you have to move the decimal point right two place values.

So for example if we have the number 78.92x100 all that we will do is move that decimal point two times to the right making our answer 7,892.

To understand this topic better I suggest to watch the video

And try some of these:

So for example if we have the number 78.92x100 all that we will do is move that decimal point two times to the right making our answer 7,892.

To understand this topic better I suggest to watch the video

And try some of these:

*Sheet 1 Practice Problems on Multiplying Decimals by Hundred*

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