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 A 15% tip 2006-12-06 From Danielle:When she eats at a restaurant,Viviana like to leave a 15% tip,multiplying the price of the meal by 0.15. Franklin usually leaves a 20% tip,multiplying the price by 0.20.They both round up to the nearest \$0.05. How much tip would Viviana leave for a \$24.85 meal?Answered by Penny Nom. Multiplying decimals 2002-03-10 From Kaitlin:I just recently had a test on multiplying decimals and I did not do really well on it. Only 5 kids out of 19 got a passing grade. My teacher says that she will give us a different test and we can take it again, but I'm still not sure of it. My teacher has taught me a lot and she had done a wonderful job of it but I'm just confused with where to put the decimals and stuff like that. I have a math practice workbook that I do for fun and they have nothing on decimals in it. I have checked on websites to try to find worksheets but I really couldn't find a good one. Can you please help me either give me some tips or clues or send me a worksheet.Answered by Penny Nom. Multiplying decimals 2000-10-16 From Lily:I need help with mutiplying decimals (example) 2.28*0.48( * = times). Answered by Harley Weston.

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