In this exercise, we used the `decimal`

module’s `Decimal`

data type to control how many decimal places a number has after two numbers are added/multiplied together. Here is the code I used for this exercise:

```
# Import Decimal below:
from decimal import Decimal
# Fix the floating point math below:
two_decimal_points = Decimal('0.2') + Decimal('0.69')
print(two_decimal_points)
four_decimal_points = Decimal('0.53') * Decimal('0.65')
print(four_decimal_points)
```

I don’t understand how using `Decimal`

in the `two_decimal_points`

expression results in a float with two decimal places, while the `four_decimal_points`

expression results in a float four decimal places. It appears as though we’re doing the same thing to both expressions, so how are they resulting in different decimal places??