Do you know how to multiply a decimal number by 10? In this post, we will explain the easiest way to do so.

**To multiply a decimal number by 10, we just have to move the decimal point one position to the right.**

Yes, folks, it’s that easy.

### Example #1:

**23.561 x 10**

We have to move the decimal point one position to the right:

The result of the multiplication is** 235.61.**

### Example #2

**0.027 x 10**

We move the decimal point one position to the right:

The result of the multiplication is **0.27.**

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