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ID: GRE-SMQ-12
Section: Quantitative Reasoning - Multiple Choice with one or more answer
Topics: Number Properties; Computation
Difficulty level: Medium

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While performing multiplying, Jack erroneously multiplied the number by 0.004 instead of 0.0004, committing a calculation mistake. Which of the following represent an operation that Jack could perform to correct the mistake?

Indicate all such operations.

[ Note: Select one or more answer choices ]

AMultiply the incorrect product by 10
BDivide the incorrect product by 10
CMultiply the incorrect product by 0.1
DDivide the incorrect product by 0.1
EMultiply the incorrect product by ${10}^{-1}$
FDivide the incorrect product by ${10}^{-1}$