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If the decimal point of a decimal number is shifted one place to its right, then the resulting number is ___ times the original number.


A
110
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B
10
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C
1100
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D
100
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Solution

The correct option is B 10
When we shift the decimal point of a decimal number one place to its right, the original decimal number gets multiplied by 10.
For example, when we multiply 6.5 by 10, we are actually shifting the decimal point one place to its right.
i.e., 6.5×10=65
 

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