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Grade 4 - Mathematics
3.19 Multiplying by Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands
The product of a number multiplied by 10 is the number with one zero at the end of it.
The product of a number multiplied by 100 is the number with two zeroes at the end of it.
The product of a number multiplied by 1000 is the number with three zeroes at the end of it.
23 x 10 = ?
53 x 100 = ?
63 x 1000 = ?
Multiply the following. Also write atleast 20 examples of your own.
: 50 x 10
: 123 x 100
: 7 x 1,000
: 43 x 100
: 422 x 1,000
: 75 x 10
: 3.65 x 100
: .55 x 1,000
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