WHY can u just move the decimal point to find a solution when you multiply or divide by 10, 100, or 1,000 but not when you multiply or divide by a number that is not a power of 10?

0  Views: 1198 Answers: 1 Posted: 13 years ago

What's wrong with you? I just told you, yes. Meaning the decimal point can be moved.

Lana Hoenig

What's wrong with YOU???? Did you not read the question? I asked WHY??????? You answered "yes, meaning the decimal point can be moved".....that I already know. My question was why it worked on 10 and power of 10 and WHY it DOESN"T work on numbers that are not a power of 10. I have located the answer through google search. I will NOT be using this service again but "thank you" for your help. :-)

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