### Video Transcript

25.34 multiplied by 10 equals
what.

When we multiply a number by 10,
each of its digits become worth 10 times as much. We can show this using a place
value grid. The number 25.34 contains two tens,
five ones, three-tenths, and four hundredths. Let’s think about the two tens to
start with. We know that 10 times 10 equals
100. So two tens multiplied by 10 equals
two hundreds. Notice how the digit two is shifted
one place to the left. This is what happens when we
multiply by 10.

In the number 25.34, the digit five
represents five ones. But when those five ones are
multiplied by 10, they become worth five tens or 50. So once again, we can see that the
digit is shifted one place to the left.

Let’s do the same with the other
two digits in the number. When multiplied by 10, three-tenths
become worth three ones. And four hundredths shift one place
to become worth four-tenths. We found the answer by shifting
each of the digits in 25.34 one place to the left.

25.34 multiplied by 10 equals
253.4.