Multiplying & Dividing Positive & Negative Decimals (Directed Numbers)

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Objective: I know how to multiply and divide positive and negative decimals or directed numbers.

Worksheets to practice multiplying and dividing positive and negative decimals.

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Evaluate the following:
a) 3.2 × 0.3 =

b) 4.5 × (– 0.4) =

c) (–11.1) × (– 0.2) =

d) (– 0.2) × 8.3 × (– 0.3) =

e) 2.1 ÷ 0.3 =

f) (–42) ÷ (0.6) =

g) 6.4 ÷ (–4) =

h) (– 5.1) × 0.5 ÷ (– 5) =

i) (– 2.8) ÷ 0.4 ×(–0.3) =

j) 4.86 ÷ (–0.6) ×(–0.32) =

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