# Multiplying and dividing by 100

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will learn how to multiply and divide whole numbers by 100. We will look at the properties of numbers that are a multiple of 100, and study examples and non-examples. We will discuss multiplying and dividing by 100 in terms of place value and place holders.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

What is 80 divided by 10?

80

800

Q2.

What is 800 divided by 10?

8

800

Q3.

When dividing by ten, all of the digits move one place to the...

left

Q4.

When multiplying by ten, all of the digits move one place to the...

right

Q5.

Choose the correct missing word. To __________ a multiple of ten by ten, remove the zero from the ones place.

multiply

### 6 Questions

Q1.

What is 1 multiplied by 100?

10

1000

Q2.

What is 200 divided by 100?

20

200

Q3.

When we multiply by 100, the digits move two places to the...

right

Q4.

When we divide by 100, the digits move one place to the right.

True

Q5.

Which number is not a multiple of 100?

100

1200

500

Q6.

Which statement is not true?

All multiples of one hundred have both a tens and ones digit of zero

To divide a multiple of one hundred by one hundred, remove two zeros (from the tens and ones places)

To find the inverse of one hundred times as many, divide by one hundred.