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Q: 41 multiplied by .1 equals 4.1 why?

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One multiplied by one equals one. This is because any number that is multiplied by one equals itself. In this case, it equals one.

The factors for 164 are: 1, 164, 82, 2, 41, 4 1, 2, 4, 41, 82, 164.Each pair of factors below, when multiplied, equals 164:(1, 164)(2, 82)(4, 41)

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one plus ten multiplied by four =1 + 10 x 4 = 1 + 40 = 41

It is: 1*41 = 41 which is a prime number

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54 ÷ 12 = 41/2 = 4.5

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1 times 13 = 13 and 1 times 41 = 41

41 is a prime number so only 1 & 41.

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If 1 multiplied by X equals 8, then X equals 8.