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Uploaded on Apr 19, 2011
I explain how to multiply decimals by whole numbers: think of your decimal as so many "tenths", "hundredths", or "thousandths", and simply multiply as if there was no decimal point. Compare to multiplying so many "apples". For example, 5 x 0.06 is five copies of six "hundredths". Multiply 5 x 6 = 30. The answer has to be 30 hundredths (hundredths corresponding to apples), or 0.30, which simplifies to 0.3.