# Dividing Decimals With Hundredths | Arithmetic Operations | 5th Grade | Khan Academy

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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## 20 thoughts

1. Cynthia says:

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

2. Rob Bowser says:

i dont get it
show me an easyer way

3. dominic508 says:

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

4. A.J. Garrett says:

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!

5. ZameedBruhh says:

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

6. Patricia Lopez says:

Uhhhh you mest up haha #yolo

7. Patricia Lopez says:

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

8. PirateOfTheInternet says:

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.

9. Mateus Gores says:

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.

10. Kevin Qiu says:

You wrote 30.24 as 30.42

11. Kevin Qiu says:

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

12. DPD Reports says:

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

13. DUCK FLASH says:

Wrong

14. Sounds Greek to Me says:

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

15. Prank wars R.E.T says:

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

16. Kenneth Osborne says:

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

17. Aminlv says:

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

18. Sierra says:

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

19. Josh The Boss says:

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20. brice Johnson says:

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.