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# Multiply Signed Numbers With Decimals Problems

8 questions

### #1 of 8:Mild

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-8) * (-4.2)`</p>

### #2 of 8:Medium

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(6.45) * (-8)`</p>

### #3 of 8:Medium

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-0.2) * (-5.5)`</p>

### #4 of 8:Medium

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-0.25) * (-9)`</p>

### #5 of 8:Medium

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-7.75) * (5)`</p>

### #6 of 8:Spicy

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-4.68) * (-9.85)`</p>

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-8.65) * (-2.45)`</p>

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Multiply signed numbers with decimals

<p>Find the value of `(-9.35) * (7.1)`</p>

The numbers with signs are known as either ‘negative signed numbers’ or ‘positive signed numbers’. In simple terms, all the numbers that are right of 0 on the number line are known as ‘positive signed numbers’. Similarly, all the numbers on the left of 0 are known as ‘negative signed numbers’. For example, 4, 3, 2, and so on are positive signed numbers. Similarly, -1.2, -1 and so on are negative signed numbers.

Teachers share this amazing multiplying signed decimals math problems with their students to increase their understanding of multiplying signed number with decimals.

You can also try our Multiply Signed Numbers With Decimals Worksheet and Multiply signed numbers with decimals Quiz as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

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The numbers with signs are known as either ‘negative signed numbers’ or ‘positive signed numbers’. In simple terms, all the numbers that are right of 0 on the number line are known as ‘positive signed numbers’. Similarly, all the numbers on the left of 0 are known as ‘negative signed numbers’. For example, 4, 3, 2, and so on are positive signed numbers. Similarly, -1.2, -1 and so on are negative signed numbers.

Teachers share this amazing multiplying signed decimals math problems with their students to increase their understanding of multiplying signed number with decimals.

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### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying  Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.  Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”  Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”