# What happens when you multiply a number by 10 100 1000?

## What happens when you multiply a number by 10 100 1000?

Rules for the multiplication by 10, 100 and 1000. If we multiply a whole number by a 10, then we write one zero at the end. If we multiply a whole number by a 100, then we write two zeros at the end. If we multiply a whole number by a 1000, then we write three zeros at the end.

**What is the 10 rule in multiplication?**

When multiplying whole numbers by 10, simply add a 0 to the end of the number, and you will have your answer. So, 5 * 10 is a 5 with a 0 at the end: 50. 3 * 10 is a 3 with a 0 at the end: 30.

**How will you multiply decimals by 10 or 100 easy?**

for example if you want to multiply 4.25 X 10 you will shift the decimal point one time to the right (because there is one zero in the ten). if you want to multiply 4.35 X 100 you will shift the decimal point two times to the right because there is two zeros in the 100.

### What is 10 to the power of 1000?

Positive powers

Name | Power | Number |
---|---|---|

thousand | 3 | 1,000 |

ten thousand (myriad (Greek)) | 4 | 10,000 |

hundred thousand (lakh (India)) | 5 | 100,000 |

million | 6 | 1,000,000 |

**What is the rule for multiplying by 1000?**

To multiply by 1000, you move the digits three place value places to the left. So 0.04 × 1000 = 40.

**How do you multiply algebraic expressions?**

- Remove parentheses present with the help of the distributive property of algebraic expressions.
- To multiply two or more variables with the same base, use the exponent rules to get the right power for the result.
- Identify and combine all the like terms, if any.

## When we multiply a decimal by 10 100 or 1000 the value of whole part increases and the value of decimal part?

The working rule of multiplication of a decimal by 10, 100, 1000, etc… are: When the multiplier is 10, 100 or 1000, we move the decimal point to the right by as many places as number of zeroes after 1 in the multiplier.

**What kind of sequence is this 1 10 100 1000?**

This is a geometric sequence since there is a common ratio between each term.

**How do you solve multiplication exponents?**

In order to multiply exponents with variables, we use the same rules that are used for numbers. For example, let us multiply y5 × y3. According to the exponent rule for multiplication with the same base, we simply add the powers. This means it will be y5 × y3 = y5 + 3 = y8.

### How do you multiply and divide by 10 100 and 1000?

When we multiply by 10, 100 and a 1000 we shift all the digits to the left. One place left for 10, two places left for 100 and three places left for 1000. When we divide by 10, 100 and a 1000 we do the opposite and shift all the digits to the right instead.