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3 months ago

Q:
# Two factors are multiplied and their product it 34.44. One factor is a whole number. What is the least number of decimal places in the other factor. Explain.

Accepted Solution

A:

The answer is 2, because if a number is a whole number, for example 2, you must multiply it by a number with 2 decimals, in this case 17.77, to get 34.44 based on this example.

*There are some cases where this doesn't apply, I think, but it does apply for your question.

*There are some cases where this doesn't apply, I think, but it does apply for your question.