## How many decimal places do you move when multiplying by 100?

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two places

Multiplying by 100 To multiply by 100, you move the digits two places to the left. So 3.12 × 100 = 312.

**How do you order decimals least to greatest?**

Correct answer: Look at the ones place first, ignoring the decimal. The order from greatest to least is 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8. Because none of the numbers in the ones place are the same, it doesn’t matter what the decimal will be on these numbers- the order will remain the same. The order is 2.1, 4.8, 5.2, 6.9, 8.5.

### What is bigger in decimals tenths or hundredths?

Because our system is base ten, a value of 10 in one place is equal to a value of 1 in the place to the left: 10 thousandths is equivalent to 1 hundredth, 10 hundredths is equivalent to 1 tenth, 10 tenths is equivalent to 1 one, and so on.

**Which decimal is the smallest?**

The given decimal numbers are like decimals with 3 decimal places. To arrange the decimal numbers in ascending order, first check the whole number part of all the decimal numbers. We see 4 is the smallest whole number part so, 4.926 is the smallest decimal number.

#### When dividing by 100 what is the decimal point?

If there IS a decimal point, move it to the right the same number of places that there are 0s. When dividing by 10, 100, 1000 and so on, move the decimal point to the left as many places as there are 0s. So when dividing by 10, move the decimal point one place, by 100 two places, by 1000 three places and so on.

**How do you know which decimal is smaller?**

The greater a decimal is, the closer it is to one whole. The smaller a decimal is the farther it is from one whole. The first thing you need to look at is the digit number in each decimal. These each have two digits in them, so you can compare them right away.

## What is the difference between hundreds and hundredths?

As nouns the difference between hundredth and hundred is that hundredth is the person or thing in the hundredth position while hundred is (us) a hundred-dollar bill.

**Is there a smallest decimal that is greater than zero?**

The smallest whole number that is greater than zero is 1.