 # Multiply Numbers with Two Decimal Places

In this worksheet, students practise decimal multiplications to two places given existing relevant multiplication facts. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Curriculum subtopic:   Multiply with Two Decimal Places

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn to change simple multiplication facts to allow us to find answers to decimal multiplications.

Example:

We know that 166 × 4 = 664.

Work out 166 × 0.04 = _________

If we know that 166 × 4 = 664,

we can divide the 4 by 100 to get 0.04 and then we must also divide the 664 by 100 to give 6.64,

so 166 × 0.04 = 6.64

We know 159 × 1 = 159.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

15.9 × 1
1.59
159 × 0.01
15.9

We know 718 × 4 = 2872.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

71.8 × 4
287.2
718 × 0.04
28.72

We know 644 × 2 = 1288.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

6.44 × 2
128.8
64.4 × 2
12.88

We know 957 × 3 = 2871.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

9.57 × 3
287.1
957 × 0.3
28.71

We know 705 × 9 = 6345.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

7.05 × 9
6.345
0.705 × 9
63.45

We know 550 × 1 = 550.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

550 × 0.1
0.55
550 × 0.01
55
0.55 × 1
5.5

We know 259 × 9 = 2331.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

25.9 × 9
233.1
0.259 × 9
23.31
259 × 0.09
2.331

We know 875 × 3 = 2625.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

8.75 × 3
2.625
875 × 0.3
262.5
875 × 0.003
26.25

We know 295 × 8 = 2360.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

295 × 0.08
236
29.5 × 8
2.36
0.295 × 8
23.6

We know 809 × 8 = 6472.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

80.9 × 8
647.2
8.09 × 8
64.72
809 × 0.008
6.472
• Question 1

We know 159 × 1 = 159.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

15.9 × 1
15.9
159 × 0.01
1.59
EDDIE SAYS
Anything multiplied by 1 is itself, so 15.9 159 x 1 hundredth needs to move two decimal places, so 1.59
• Question 2

We know 718 × 4 = 2872.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

71.8 × 4
287.2
718 × 0.04
28.72
EDDIE SAYS
71 and 8 tenths x 4 needs to move 1 decimal place, so 287.2 718 x 4 hundredths needs to move two decimal places, so 28.72
• Question 3

We know 644 × 2 = 1288.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

6.44 × 2
12.88
64.4 × 2
128.8
EDDIE SAYS
64 and 4 tenths x 2 needs to move one decimal place, so 128.8 6 and 44 thousandths x 2 needs to move two decimal places, so 12.88
• Question 4

We know 957 × 3 = 2871.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

9.57 × 3
28.71
957 × 0.3
287.1
EDDIE SAYS
957 x 3 tenths needs to move one decimal digit, so 287.1 9 and 57 hundredths x 3 needs to move two decimal digits, so 28.71
• Question 5

We know 705 × 9 = 6345.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

7.05 × 9
63.45
0.705 × 9
6.345
EDDIE SAYS
7 and 5 hundredths x 9 needs to move two decimal places, so 63.45 705 thousandths x 9 needs to move three decimal places, so 6.345
• Question 6

We know 550 × 1 = 550.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

550 × 0.1
55
550 × 0.01
5.5
0.55 × 1
0.55
EDDIE SAYS
550 x 1 tenth needs to move one decimal place, 55 550 x 1 hundredth needs to move two decimal places, 5.5 Anything x 1 is itself, so 0.55 x 1 = 0.55
• Question 7

We know 259 × 9 = 2331.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

25.9 × 9
233.1
0.259 × 9
2.331
259 × 0.09
23.31
EDDIE SAYS
25 and 9 tenths x 9 needs to move one decimal place, 233.1 259 thousandths x 9 needs to move three decimal places, 2.331 259 x 9 hundredths needs to move two decimal places, 23.31
• Question 8

We know 875 × 3 = 2625.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

8.75 × 3
26.25
875 × 0.3
262.5
875 × 0.003
2.625
EDDIE SAYS
8 and 75 hundredths x 3 needs to move two decimal places, 26.25 875 x 3 tenths needs to move one decimal place, 262.5 875 x 3 thousandths needs to move three decimal places, 2.625
• Question 9

We know 295 × 8 = 2360.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

295 × 0.08
23.6
29.5 × 8
236
0.295 × 8
2.36
EDDIE SAYS
295 x 8 hundredths moves two decimal places, 23.6 29 and 5 tenths x 8 moves one decimal place, 236 295 thousandths x 8 moves three decimal places, 2.36
• Question 10

We know 809 × 8 = 6472.

Match the following questions to their answers.

## Column B

80.9 × 8
647.2
8.09 × 8
64.72
809 × 0.008
6.472
EDDIE SAYS
80 and 9 tenths x 8 moves one decimal place, 647.2 8 and 9 hundredths x 8 moves two decimal places, 64.72 809 x 8 thousandths moves three decimal places, 6.472
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