# How Do You Multiply Decimals?

Using examples like 4.2 multiplied by 5.9, an instructor shows how to find the answer to these types of problems. She starts by explaining that the key to these problems involves ignoring the decimal points until you've multiplied the numbers. Then, she describes how to figure out where the decimal point should be placed.

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