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Divide Rs. 1380 among Ahmed , John and Babita so that the amount Ahmed receives is 5 times as much as Babita's share and 3 times as much as John's share

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SOURCE: heena has only rs 2

Is this a maths school problem?
You need to use algebra -
2x + 5y = 232 (heena has a number of 2 and 5 coins in her purse which add up to 232)
x + y = 80 (heena has x number of 2 and y number of 5 coins which tally to 80)
therefore, x = 80 - y
so going back to first equation, 2(80 - y) + 5y = 232
160 - 2y + 5y = 232
3y = 72
y = 24
and going back to x, x = 80 - y
x = 80 - 24
x = 56
so heena has 56 rs 2, and 24 rs 5. So the answer is 24.

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First make 1 2/3 into a mixed fraction and then divide it by 3.
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If you have access to a calculator you can always check this. On the calculator, do 2 divided by 3 and add 1. Now take that answer and divide by 3. Write down this answer. Now take 5 and divide by 9. Write down this answer. They should be the same.

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He has 2,800 square feet to paint, while he has now painted 1, 750 square feet. We have to calculate how much more he needs to paint by subtracting 1,750 from 2,800. I get 1050 square feet to still paint.

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You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount, but only multiply or divide, never add or subtract, to get an equivalent fraction.
I've only shown the fraction part of your question as 1 is a whole number.
1/2 = 2/4, or 4/8, or 8/16 or 16/32 or 32/64 & so on.
Going the other way, dividing 2/4 by 2 will give 1/2.
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This calculator does not have a key that you can use to find the prime factor of an integer.
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Keep dividing by 2, while keeping track of how many times you divided by 2.
If you divided 5 times by 2 before getting an odd number, then your first factor is 2^5
2. Now try dividing by 3, keep track of the number of times you divided by 3 before you could not divide by 3 any more. If you divided 0 times by 3, your second factor is 3^0, or 1 and 3 is not a factor.
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4. Divide by all other prime numbers 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, etc. For each prime number, keep track of how many times you divided by it, until you could not any more.

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11550/2=5775 ----------> 2 divisions by 2
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385/5=77 ----------> 2 divisions by 5 and no more (quotient does not end in 0 or 5)
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Division by 7
77/7=11 --------> 1 division by 7, and no more
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Division by 11
11/11=1
5th factor is 11^1=11

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