This Instructional Activity is a part of the Lesson 14, Unit 2, Grade 6. We determined that when we multiply a divisor by a power of ten, the decimal point is moved to the right the number of times we multiply by a power of ten. How many places does the decimal point move to the right when we multiply the divisor by ten? Explain why the decimal point moves twice to the right when we multiply the divisor by one hundred?