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Decimal Operations

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What to do with decimals in the starting terms of addition/subtraction? Line up the decimals.
How do you compute the numbers of addition/subtraction? After lining up the decimals, use place holders, and add or subtract.
What do you do with the decimals in the answer of a addition/subtraction problem? Bring the decimal into the answer.
What to do with decimals in the starting terms of multiplication? Line up the numbers.
How do you compute the numbers of multiplication? Multiply like a regular multiplication problem with whole numbers.
What do you do with the decimals in the answer of a multiplication problem? Find the sum of the place values of the multiplier and multiplicand.
What to do with decimals in the starting terms of division- whole number divisor? Move the decimal place to make the divisor into a whole number.
How do you compute the numbers of division? Divide like a regular division problem.
What do you do with the decimals in the answer of a division problem? Bring the decimal from the dividend into the divisor.
Created by: ksinclair1