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Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers Help
Adding and Subtracting Decimals In order to add or subtract decimal numbers, each number needs to have the same number of digits behind the decimal point. If you write the problem vertically, you can avoid the common problem of adding the ...
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Multiplying Decimal Numbers Help
Multiplying Decimals To multiply decimal numbers, perform multiplication as you would with whole numbers. Then count the number of digits that follow the decimal point or points in the factors. This total will be the number of digits that ...
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Decimal Fractions Help
Simplifying Fractions with Decimals Fractions having a decimal number in their numerator and/or denominator can be rewritten as fractions without decimal points. Multiply the numerator and denominator by a power of 10—the same power of ...
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Division with Decimals Help
Dividing Decimals We can use the method in the previous section to rewrite decimal division problems as whole number division problems. Rewrite the division problem as a fraction, clear the decimal, and then rewrite the fraction as a division ...
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Algebra Decimals Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Decimals Help Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers Help ...
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Decimals in Linear Equations Help
Solving Equations with Decimals Because decimal numbers are fractions in disguise, the same trick can be used to “clear the decimal” in equations with decimal numbers. Count the largest number of digits behind each decimal point ...
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Algebra Linear Equations Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Linear Equations Help Decimals in Linear Equations Help ...
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