Evaluate 0.56*200

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0.56⋅200
Multiply using long multiplication.
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Multiply 0 by 6. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
0
Multiply 0 by 5. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
00
Multiply 0 by 0. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
000
Multiply 0 by 6. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
000
0
Multiply 0 by 5. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
000
00
Multiply 0 by 0. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
Multiply 2 by 6. Place the ones digit (2) in the result line and carry the tens digit (1). There is one result line for each digit in 200.
1
0.56
⨯200
000
000
2
Multiply 2 by 5 and add the carried 1. Place the ones digit (1) in the result line and carry the tens digit (1). There is one result line for each digit in the 200.
11
0.56
⨯200
000
000
12
Multiply 2 by 0 and add the carried 1. Place the result in the next column in the result line. There is one result line for each digit in 200.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
Add the numbers in each column. In this case, add 0+0+0, then place the 0 in the result line.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
0
Add the numbers in each column. In this case, add 0+0+0, then place the 0 in the result line.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
00
Add the numbers in each column. In this case, add 0+0+2, then place the 2 in the result line.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
200
Add the numbers in each column. In this case, add 0+0+1, then place the 1 in the result line.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
1200
Add the numbers in each column. In this case, add 0+0+1, then place the 1 in the result line.
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
11200
0.56
⨯200
000
000
112
11200
To find the number of decimal places needed in the answer, add the number of decimal places in the multiplier and multiplicand. In this case, there is a total of 2, so the answer must have 2 decimal places as well.
112
Evaluate 0.56*200

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