Multiplying decimals seems tricky. But in reality, it follows almost the same process as multiplying any non-decimal number, just with one extra step. Let's take a look.
How Does Multiplying Decimals Work?
Whether you are going to multiply decimals or integers (numbers with no decimals or fractional components), you'll always have a multiplicand (the value being multiplied) and a multiplier (the value the multiplicand is being multiplied by):