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# Multiply Decimals Worksheet

## 8 problems   The set of numbers that are used to express the whole numbers and decimals together is known as decimals. The whole number is separated by the fraction using a point ‘.’ known as ‘decimal point’. When we talk of the grouping of items, multiplying decimals is very important. However, multiplying decimals has the same process as that of multiplying whole numbers except the placing of the decimal point.

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## Teaching Multiplying Decimals Easily

• Firstly, ignore the decimal points and focus on multiplying the two numbers.
• After the arithmetic operation of multiplication is performed, count the number of decimal places in the number. Note that the product after multiplication will contain the same number of decimal places.
• Finally, place the decimal point in the product that is obtained.

Here is an example to solve the problem of multiplying decimals. Let’s look at the given example mentioned below to know more about multiplying decimals.

Q. Multiply the decimal 6.5 by the whole number 15.

Step 1: Ignore the decimal points and multiply the two numbers.

15 * 6.5 = 975 ( decimal is ignored ).

Step 2: Place the decimal.

15 * 6.7 = 97.5

## Why Should You Use a Multiplying Decimals Worksheet for your students?

• The multiplying decimals worksheet will help your students to easily perform the arithmetic operation of multiplication.

• Students will be able to multiply decimals with any whole number using these worksheets.

• Moreover, students can easily multiply two decimal numbers solving these worksheets.

You can download and print these super fun equations with multiplying decimals  worksheet  6th grade pdf from here for your students. You can also try our Multiply Decimals Problems and Multiply Decimals Quiz as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

## Teaching Multiplying Decimals Easily

• Firstly, ignore the decimal points and focus on multiplying the two numbers.
• After the arithmetic operation of multiplication is performed, count the number of decimal places in the number. Note that the product after multiplication will contain the same number of decimal places.
• Finally, place the decimal point in the product that is obtained.

Here is an example to solve the problem of multiplying decimals. Let’s look at the given example mentioned below to know more about multiplying decimals.

Q. Multiply the decimal 6.5 by the whole number 15.

Step 1: Ignore the decimal points and multiply the two numbers.

15 * 6.5 = 975 ( decimal is ignored ).

Step 2: Place the decimal.

15 * 6.7 = 97.5

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