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20% of 50 is 10. 20% of 75 is 15. 20% of 70 is 14.
1. A number is a mathematical object used to count, measure, and label. The first numbers were 1, 2, 3, and so on. Numbers can be combined to form larger numbers (known as “composite” numbers), which in turn can be combined to form even larger numbers.
A number is a mathematical object used to count, measure, and label. The original meaning of “number” was “something that is counted” (OED2), but it later acquired other meanings. In particular, “number” came to be used as a synonym for “numeral” (a symbol or group of symbols representing a number).
A number is a mathematical object used to count, measure, and label. The original meaning of “number” in English was “a sum of money”. This usage is still common in some contexts, such as when referring to a bill or an invoice. In other contexts, such as when referring to a sequence of numbers, the term “number” usually refers to the concept of quantity rather than to an individual numeral.
In mathematics, a number is a value that represents a quantity, such as 3 or 42. We use numbers all the time in our everyday lives, such as when we count how many books we have or when we tell time. There are different types of numbers, such as natural numbers (1, 2, 3), whole numbers (0, 1, 2), integers (-3, -2, -1), and rational numbers (1/2, 3/4).
When you divide a number by 50, you are finding how many times 50 will go into that number. For example, if you divide 100 by 50, you will get 2 because 50 goes into 100 two times. If you divide 150 by 50, you will get 3 because 50 goes into 150 three times. So, when you divide a number by 50 and the answer is .4, that means that 50 goes into the number four times.
When you divide a number by 75, you are essentially finding out how many 75s are in that number. In the case of dividing 75 by 75, the answer is 1 because there is 1 75 in 75. However, when you divide something like 150 by 75, the answer is 2 because there are 2 75s in 150.
If you take any number and divide it by 70, the result will be 1.07142857. This number is known as the “Golden Number” or the “Divine Proportion”. It appears throughout nature, art, and architecture. The Golden Ratio has been used in design for centuries.
If you take any number and multiply it by 50, you will get 1,000. This is because 50 is made up of two zeroes, which cancel each other out when multiplying.
The answer to this mathematical equation is pretty simple: 3750. However, the process of getting to this answer is a bit more complicated.
To start, we need to understand what each number in the equation represents. In this equation, the number 75 is called the multiplier, and the number 3750 is called the product. The multiplier tells us how many times we need to multiply the number 3 (the multiplicand) in order to get 3750.
So, we can rewrite this equation as 3 x 75 = 3750, which tells us that we need to multiply 3 by 75 in order to get 3750. To do this multiplication, we can use a standard algorithm or mental math shortcut.
If we use a standard algorithm, we would need to multiply 3 by 5 (to get 15), and then multiply 15 by 10 (to get 150). From there, we would add 150 and 750 (to get 900), and finally, add 900 and 1500 (to get 3750). This is a lot of steps!
However, we can also use a mental math shortcut to make this multiplication much easier. To do this, we first break down the multiplier into smaller parts: 75 = 70 + 5. Then, we multiply 3 by 70 to get 210 and write that down as our partial product. Finally, we multiply 3 by 5 to get 15 and add that to our partial product of 210 to get 225. So, our final answer is 225
One of the most common questions we get asked here at Math is “What is off of ?” The answer, of course, is that it depends on what you’re talking about!
In this case, we’re talking about multiplying by 75. So, if you take any number and multiply it by 75, the answer will be 5250 higher than the original number. For example, if you multiply 10 by 75, you’ll get 725; if you multiply 100 by 75, you’ll get 7500; and so on.
This rule also works in reverse: if you have a number and want to know what it would be if it were multiplied by 75, just divide the number by 4 and then subtract 25. So, if you have a number like 725 (which we do because we just multiplied 10 by 75), you can divide it by 4 to get 181.25, and then subtract 25 to get 156.25 – which is exactly 10 times smaller than 725, as expected!
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