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- 1. Moving the decimal point during decimal multiplication<br />
- 2. Moving the decimal point<br />Step 1: Count how many numbers to the right of the decimal for the top number. Move the blue oval to see if you are correct.<br />.1 2 3<br />x 2.4<br />3 decimal places<br />3 decimal places<br />
- 3. Moving the decimal point<br />Step 2: Count how many numbers to the right of the decimal on the bottom number. Move the blue oval to see if you are correct.<br />.1 2 3<br />x 2.4<br />3 decimal places<br />1 decimal place<br />
- 4. Moving the decimal point<br />Step 3: Add the total decimal places together. Move the oval to see if you have the correct answer.<br />.1 2 3<br />x 2.4<br />3 decimal places<br />+<br />1 decimal place<br />4 decimal places<br />
- 5. Moving the decimal point<br />Step 4: Multiply. Move the oval to see if you are correct.<br />.1 2 3<br />x 2.4<br />3 decimal places<br />+<br />1 decimal place<br />2 9 5 2<br />4 decimal places<br />
- 6. Moving the decimal point<br />Step 5: Move the decimal to the left the number you found earlier. Move the oval to see if you are correct.<br />.1 2 3<br />x 2.4<br />3 decimal places<br />+<br />1 decimal place<br />.2 9 5 2<br />4 decimal places<br />
- 7. Now, let's practice!<br />1. .6 8<br /> x . 2<br /> . 1 3 6<br />2. 6 . 8<br /> x . 2<br /> 1 . 3 6<br />3. 6 8<br /> x . 2<br /> 1 3 . 6<br />4. .6 8<br /> x 2<br /> 1 . 3 6<br />
- 8. Let's Assess<br />
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- 10. Let's do independent practice!<br />PRACTICE<br />
- 11. Attachments<br />Decimal practice(2).doc<br />

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