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Q: By what number do you multiply -4 to get 12?

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There is never a remainder when you multiply. 55 divided by 4 is 12, r7

4, 8, 12, 16, 20 and so on.

So the mix number can be 2 4/6 (2 is the whole number. 4 is the Numinator and the 6 is the denominator) So Then you multiply the whole number (2) by the denominator(6) Once you multiply your answer should be 12. Then With the answer your got (12) you add 12 plus the Numinator (4) 12+4=16 Then your answer in fraction is 16/6

12. Each number has 4 fourths. If you multiply 3 by 4 you get 12. So 12/4 is equal to 3

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Factors are numbers that multiply together to create a product. In the number sentence 4 x 3 = 12, 4 and 3 are factors of 12.

10 explanation: from 60 to 30 you multiply by 1/2 from 30 to 20 you multiply by 2/3 from 20 to 15 you multiply by 3/4 from 15 to 12 you multiply by 4/5 from 12 to 10 you multiply by 5/6

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You get 50.

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Factors are numbers that multiply to create a product. Since 3 x 4 = 12, 3 and 4 are factors of 12.

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