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**1. Find the product:**

**(i) 4.74 Ã— 10**

**(ii) 0.45 Ã— 10**

**(iii) 0.0215 Ã— 10**

**(iv) 0.0054 Ã— 10**

**Solution:**

(i) Given 4.74 Ã— 10

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by one place to the right

Therefore 4.74 Ã— 10 = 47.4

(ii) Given 0.45 Ã— 10

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by one place to the right

Therefore 0.45 Ã— 10 = 4.5

(iii) Given 0.0215 Ã— 10

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by one place to the right

Therefore 0.0215 Ã— 10 = 0.215

(iv) Given 0.0054 Ã— 10

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by one place to the right

Therefore 0.0054 Ã— 10 = 0.054

**2. Find the product:**

**(i) 35.853 Ã— 100**

**(ii) 42.5 Ã— 100**

**(iii) 12.075 Ã— 100**

**(iv) 100 Ã— 0.005**

**Solution:**

(i) Given 35.853 Ã— 100

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by two places to the right

Therefore 35.853 Ã— 100 = 3585.3

(ii) Given 42.5 Ã— 100

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by two places to the right

Therefore 42.5 Ã— 100 = 4250

(iii) Given 12.075 Ã— 100

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by two places to the right

Therefore 12.075 Ã— 100 = 1207.50

(iv) Given 100 Ã— 0.005

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by two places to the right

Therefore 100 Ã— 0.005 = 0.5

**3. Find the product:**

**(i) 2.506 Ã— 1000**

**(ii) 20.708 Ã— 1000**

**(iii) 0.0529 Ã— 1000**

**(iv) 1000 Ã— 0.1**

**Solution:**

(i) Given 2.506 Ã— 1000

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by three places to the right

Therefore 2.506 Ã— 1000 = 2506

(ii) Given 20.708 Ã— 1000

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by three places to the right

Therefore 20.708 Ã— 1000 = 20708

(iii) Given 0.0529 Ã— 1000

Here we have to do normal multiplication with shifting the decimal point by three places to the right

Therefore 0.0529 Ã— 1000 = 52.9

(iv) Given 1000 Ã— 0.1

Therefore 1000 Ã— 0.1 = 100

**4. Find the product:**

**(i) 3.14 Ã— 17**

**(ii) 0.745 Ã— 12**

**(iii) 28.73 Ã— 47**

**(iv) 0.0415 Ã— 59**

**Solution:**

(i) Given 3.14 Ã— 17

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

3.14 Ã— 17 = 578

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have one place of decimal as there in the given decimal

3.14 Ã— 17 = 57.8

(ii) Given 0.745 Ã— 12

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

0.745 Ã— 12 = 894

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have three places of decimal as there in the given decimal

0.745 Ã— 12 = 8.94

(iii) Given 28.73 Ã— 47

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

28.73 Ã— 47 = 135031

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have two places of decimal as there in the given decimal

28.73 Ã— 47 = 1350.31

(iv) Given 0.0415 Ã— 59

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

0.0415 Ã— 59 = 24485

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have four places of decimal as there in the given decimal

0.0415 Ã— 59 = 2.4485

**5. Find:**

**(i) 1.07 Ã— 0.02**

**(ii) 211.9 Ã— 1.13**

**(iii) 10.05 Ã— 1.05**

**(iv) 13.01 Ã— 5.01**

**Solution:**

(i) Given 1.07 Ã— 0.02

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

1.07 Ã— 0.02 = 00214

Sum of the decimals is 4

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have four places of decimal as there in the given decimal

1.07 Ã— 0.02 = 0.0214

(ii) Given 211.9 Ã— 1.13

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

211.9 Ã— 1.13 = 239447

Sum of the decimals is 3

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have three places of decimal as there in the given decimal

211.9 Ã— 1.13 = 239.447

(iii) Given 10.05 Ã— 1.05

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

10.05 Ã— 1.05 = 105525

Sum of the decimals is 4

Now mark the decimal point in the product to have four places of decimal as there in the given decimal

10.05 Ã— 1.05 = 10.5525

(iv) Given 13.01 Ã— 5.01

First multiply as usual without looking at the decimal point

13.01 Ã— 5.01 = 651801

Sum of the decimals is 4

13.01 Ã— 5.01 = 65.1801

**6. Find the area of a rectangle whose length is 5.5m and breadth is 3.4m.**

**Solution:**

Given length of rectangle = 5.5m

Breadth of rectangle = 3.4 m

Area of rectangle = length Ã— breadth

= 5.5 Ã— 3.4

= 18.7 m^{2}

**7. If the cost of a book is Rs 25.57, find the cost 0f 24 such books.**

**Solution:**

Given cost of a book is Rs 25.57

Cost of 24 books = 25.57 Ã— 24

= Rs 618.00

**8. A car covers a distance of 14.75km in one liter of petrol. How much distance it will cover in 15.5 liters of petrol?**

**Solution:**

Given that distance covered by car in 1 liter of petrol = 14.75 km

Distance covered by car in 15.5 liters of petrol = 14.75 Ã— 15.5

= 228.625 km

**9. One kg of rice costs Rs 42.65. What will be the cost of 18.25 kg of rice?**

**Solution:**

Given cost of 1kg of rice = 42.65

Cost of 18.25kg of rice = 42.65 Ã— 18.25

= Rs 778.3625

**10. One meter of cloth costs Rs 152.50. What is the cost of 10.75 meters of cloth?**

**Solution:**

Given that cost of 1m cloth = Rs 152.50

Cost of 10.75 m of cloth = 152.50 Ã— 10.75

= Rs 1639.375

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### RD Sharma Solutions for Class 7 Maths Exercise 3.2 Chapter – 3 Decimals

RD Sharma Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 3 Decimals Exercise 3.2 has problems which are based on the multiplication of decimals. Some of the topics focused prior to this exercise are listed below.

- Multiplication of a decimal by 10, 100 and 1000
- Multiplication of a decimal by a whole number
- Multiplication of decimal by another decimal

Students are suggested to try solving the questions from RD Sharma book of Class 7 and then refer to these solutions to know the best way of approaching the different questions.