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Illustrative Mathematics 6.NS Tenths of (and So On) Task Since 0.1 = 1 , when we multiply by 0.1, we are multiplying by one-tenth. 10 a. Multiply: 0.1 × 100 0.1 × 10 0.1 × 1 0.1 × 0.1 0.1 × 0.01 0.1 × 0.001 b. Describe the patterns you see in the products above. Similarly, since 0.01 hundredth. = 1 , when we multiply by 0.01, we are multiplying by one100 c. Multiply: 0.01 × 100 0.01 × 10 0.01 × 1 0.01 × 0.1 0.01 × 0.01 0.01 × 0.001 d. Describe the patterns you see in the products above. 1
Illustrative Mathematics  6.NS Tenths of  and So On  Task Since 0.1     1 , when we multiply by 0.1, we are multiplying by...

Illustrative Mathematics Based only on the patterns above, what do you expect 0.0001 × 0.00001 to be? Explain why that must be true by thinking of these decimals as fractions. 6.NS Tenths of (and So On) Typeset May 4, 2016 at 23:44:01. Licensed by Illustrative Mathematics under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License . 2
Illustrative Mathematics  Based only on the patterns above, what do you expect 0.0001    0.00001 to be  Explain why that m...

Based on the patterns above I think that the answer will be 0.00010 because when you go up a place value you move the decimal one place to the right and then that would result in the answer being 0.00010.