# How do you solve a divided by 10?

## How do you solve a divided by 10?

When we divide a whole number by a power of 10, the answer will have as many decimal digits are there are 0’s. Two 0’s. Two decimal digits. As we move up the list — as we push the digits one place right — the number has been divided by 10 because each place to the right is worth 10 times less.

When the number is multiplied by 10 the counters move?

When the number is multiplied by 10 the counters move place to the left. When the number is multiplied by 100 the counters move places to the left.

### Is multiplying by 0.1 the same as dividing by 10?

Dividing by 0.1 is the same as multiplying by 10. This is because there are 10 tenths in a whole. Dividing by 0.01 is the same as multiplying by 100. This is because 0.01 is one hundredth and there are a hundred hundredths in a whole.

How many times can 5 enter 30?

We now divide 30 by 5 (or find out how many times 5 goes into 30). Using our multiplication table we can see the answer is exactly 6, with no remainder.

#### When 0 is divided by (- 10 we get?

undefined
Any number divided by zero is undefined. Therefore, 10 divided by 0 is undefined.

When dividing by 10 Do you move the counter?

To divide the number by 10, we move the counters one column to the right. What is the value of the counters now? Here is a one-digit number on a place value chart.

## What does exchange mean in Division?

Exchanging occurs in short division when digits are moved to a lower value column to assist with the division. For example, in 42 divided by 3, one ten would be exchanged for 10 ones, giving 12 ones to divide by 3.

What multiplication makes 36?

1 x 36 = 36. 2 x 18 = 36. 3 x 12 = 36. 4 x 9 = 36.

### What does 0.01 mean?

0.01 is a decimal fraction and hence as it is only up to 2 places of decimal, it is equivalent to. 0.01=010+1100=1100.

Why do you add a zero when multiplying by 10?

Should you just add a zero when multiplying by 10? The ‘adding zeros’ trick can work when multiplying whole numbers by powers of 10, for example, 678 x 10 = 6780, 213 x 100 = 21300, 34 x 1000 = 34000, but this method completely falls down and is totally unsuitable when multiplying a decimal value by a power of 10.