Worksheet on Multiplying Decimals

Practice the math questions given in the worksheet on multiplying decimals. Multiply the decimals to find the product of the two decimal numbers, same like multiplying whole numbers. This worksheet would be really good for the students to practice huge number of decimal multiplication problems.

1. Fill in the blanks:

(Fill in the blank spaces of the multiplication of a decimal by 10 or higher power of 10)

(a) 7.3 × 10 = ________

(b) 41.7 × 10 = ________

(c) 11.51 × 10 = ________

(d) 801.05 × 10 = ________

(e) 17.1 × 100 = ________

(f) 315.8 × 100 = ________

(g) 9.63 × 100 = ________

(h) 80.34 × 100 = ________

(i) 0.9 × 10 = ________

(j) 0.01 × 10 = ________

(k) 0.2 × 100 = ________

(l) 0.07 × 1000 = ________

(m) 3.4 × 10 = ________

(n) 40.7 × 10 = ________

(o) 105.4 × 10 = ________

(p) 111.01 × 10 = ________

(q) 73.1 × 100 = ________

(r) 577.1 × 100 = ________

(s) 5.63 × 1000 = ________

(t) 0.01 × 1000 = ________


2. Find the product of a decimal by a whole number:

(a) 0.09 × 17 = ?

(b) 0.8 × 64 = ?

(c) 1.23 × 5 = ?

(d) 31.2 × 7 = ?

(e) 102.03 × 4 = ?

(f) 0.18 × 13 = ?

(g) 7.9 × 21 = ?

(h) 0.048 × 39 = ?

(i) 0.007 × 52 = ?

(j) 0.135 × 12 = ?

(k) 3.056 × 20 = ?

(l) 1.02 × 40 = ?


3. Find the product of a decimal by a decimal number:

(a) 5.1 and 3.7

(b) 5.06 and 7.1

(c) 0.73 and 0.33

(d) 0.214 and 5.1

(e) 4.36 and 0.03

(f) 1.16 and 1.65

(g) 0.002 and 0.081

(h) 0.513 and 0.017

(i) 1.06 and 0.04

(j) 1000.1 × 0.01

(k) 100.011 × 1.01

(l) 10.02 × 1.12


4. Multiply decimals with two or more numbers:

(a) 134.6 × 11

(b) 21.75 × 21

(c) 176.04 × 9

(d) 0.052 × 2.01

(e) 31.8 × 1.17

(f) 0.013 × 0.04

(g) 10.01 × 1.01

(h) 100.1 × 1.1 × 4

(i) 1.01 × 0.1 × 2

(j) 0.3 × 3 × 0.03

(k) 0.11 × 1.1 × 0.1 × 0.2

(l) 0.2 × 0.02 × 0.002 × 8

Answers for the worksheet on multiplying decimal numbers are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (a) 73

(b) 417

(c) 115.1

(d) 8010.5

(e) 1710

(f) 31580

(g) 963

(h) 8034

(i) 9

(j) 0.1

(k) 20

(l) 70

(m) 34

(n) 407

(o) 1054

(p) 1110.1

(q) 7310

(r) 57710

(s) 5630

(t) 10


2. (a) 1.53

(b) 51.2

(c) 6.15

(d) 218.4

(e) 408.12

(f) 2.34

(g) 165.9

(h) 1.872

(i) 0.364

(j) 1.62

(k) 61.12

(l) 40.8


3. (a) 18.87

(b) 35.926

(c) 0.2409

(d) 1.0914

(e) 0.1308

(f) 1.914

(g) 0.000162

(h) 0.008721

(i) 0.0424

(j) 10.001

(k) 101.01111

(l) 11.2224


4. (a) 1480.6

(b) 456.75

(c) 1584.36

(d) 0.10452

(e) 37.206

(f) 0.00052

(g) 10.1101

(h) 440.44

(i) 0.202

(j) 0.027

(k) 0.00242

(l) 0.000064







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