Decimal divisors in the hundredths place can be a little confusing. In this video we’ll show you how to move the decimal and make it a whole number. Pretty nifty! Watch.

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This would be better if we did the math by ower selfs

i dont get it

show me an easyer way

0:45 there’s an error there, why does it suddenly go from 30.24 to 30.42?

Yes there is a mistake and we all caught it, but considering these are extremely high value FREE lessons I think ya’ll need to show respect to the MAN!

even when Im in 8th grade we were doing this for a review XD, you sir made a mistake 😛

Uhhhh you mest up haha #yolo

Oh my god you messed up for all u people the answer is 72 #you messed up FIX IT OR I WILL DIE OF RETARD NESSES FIX IT

I think you guys are being a little harsh. It is a mistake they should fix, but the actual math that Sal does in the second half is correct, which is the important part.

Sal, there’s a mistake at 0:46. It would be great if you just put a note warning the mistake and the correct way for solve the problem. Thanks.

You wrote 30.24 as 30.42

I’m not saying it’s bad I’m just showing a mistake 🙂

“Decimal divisors in the hundredths place can be a little confusing” as said in description. Especially when you made the 24 and 42 mistake.

Wrong

numbers 24 are transposed in video caused a lot of confusion…

Mm mm on the top he rote 30.42 and the rail problem is 30.24….

Seriously how do you go from 30.24 to 30.42 that should change equation? How does that make sense?

u did bit mistake on typing khan 30.24 then on top right u made it 30.42

3:16 – 3:28 You lost me. Where did 2, 9 and 12 come from?

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He made a mistake :46. I would make fun of him if it was not for the fact that this is the most common mistake that I make during these Khan courses.