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Adding like signs together results in keeping the signs given. = -400

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

It is already in decimal for. Maybe you mean fraction?

0.705=705/1000=(141*5)/(200*5)

After simplification by 5 you get**141/200**

0.705=705/1000=(141*5)/(200*5)

After simplification by 5 you get

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200, 300, 100

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First you have to ask if you want meaningful words. Then Does it matter which C or O (duplicate letters) is in which position.

Then start

Chocolate

Cohcolate

etc.

There are about 10!/(2!2!) or 907 200 distinct permutations possible.

Then start

Chocolate

Cohcolate

etc.

There are about 10!/(2!2!) or 907 200 distinct permutations possible.

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4*10=40+150=190+200=390

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The answer is 20.

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It is solved by writing an equation

If the shorter piece is y cm, then the the longer piece would be 4y which is four times the shorter length. The total of these 2 together is 2meters or 200 cm, Now write the equation (2 pieces together is 200cm)

y + 4y = 200

5y =200

y =40

Since we have taken the lengh of shorter piece as y,

Shorter piece=40 cm OR 0.4m

Longer piece =160cm OR 1.6m

I have written the steps in detail for you to understand the process

Good luck

luciana44

Longer piece= 160cm

If the shorter piece is y cm, then the the longer piece would be 4y which is four times the shorter length. The total of these 2 together is 2meters or 200 cm, Now write the equation (2 pieces together is 200cm)

y + 4y = 200

5y =200

y =40

Since we have taken the lengh of shorter piece as y,

Shorter piece=40 cm OR 0.4m

Longer piece =160cm OR 1.6m

I have written the steps in detail for you to understand the process

Good luck

luciana44

Longer piece= 160cm

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One way to solve this is:

Start at 108, which is the first 3 digit number divisible by both 12 and 9.

Then continue adding twelve until you find a number which matches all your criteria.

You will find the answer to be 180.

180 / 12 = 15

180 / 9 = 20

0 < 8

Start at 108, which is the first 3 digit number divisible by both 12 and 9.

Then continue adding twelve until you find a number which matches all your criteria.

You will find the answer to be 180.

180 / 12 = 15

180 / 9 = 20

0 < 8

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A two by two grid forms four quadrants. In the upper left quadrant, place a 4. In the upper right quadrant place a 2. In the lower left quadrant, place an eight. In the lower right quadrant place a 5. Horizontally, the numbers 42 and 85 are formed. Vertically, you form the numbers 48 and 25. The sum total of these numbers is 200. 42 + 85 + 48 + 25 = 200.

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The pattern for this sequence is that the difference between one number and the next is four more than the difference between that number and the previous one.

For example:

8 - 2 = 6

18 - 8 = 10

32 - 18 = 14

50 - 32 = 18

So the sequence is:

2, 8, 18, 32, 50, 72, 98, 128, 162, 200, 242, 288, 338, 392, 450, 512, 578, 648, 722, 800, 882, 968, 1058, 1152, 1250, 1352, 1458, 1568, 1682, 1800, 1922, 2048, 2178, 2312, 2450, 2592, 2738, 2888, 3042, 3200, 3362, 3528, 3698, 3872, 4050, 4232, 4418, 4608, 4802, 5000, ...

So the 50th number in the sequence is 5000

For example:

8 - 2 = 6

18 - 8 = 10

32 - 18 = 14

50 - 32 = 18

So the sequence is:

2, 8, 18, 32, 50, 72, 98, 128, 162, 200, 242, 288, 338, 392, 450, 512, 578, 648, 722, 800, 882, 968, 1058, 1152, 1250, 1352, 1458, 1568, 1682, 1800, 1922, 2048, 2178, 2312, 2450, 2592, 2738, 2888, 3042, 3200, 3362, 3528, 3698, 3872, 4050, 4232, 4418, 4608, 4802, 5000, ...

So the 50th number in the sequence is 5000

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