Yes it is. It is Length x Width.
The answer is 50. Thus 3 X 50=150
In maths x and y-axis divide plane into four parts these parts are called quadrants.
you can add it, subtract it, divide it, times it, find the square root of it, use it in questions, halve it, double it, make it 6 and 10 and get 2 numbers from it and probably a lot more x
(3x)(3x)(x)(x) = (5x)(x)(x) 9x^4=5x^3 divide by x^3 9x = 5 x = 5/9
Times, Per, Multiple, X, () are all words for multiply
divide or multiply the number x times.
You take the x and times it by the y and divide 4
(x+y)/2 gives you the average you just add the values together and divide by the number of values you have
3 times 1.40 would equal 4.20. 1.40 x 3 ----- 4.20 Simple maths?
well, you times (x) the length by the width of the shape kofie2468 :P
Because that is how maths work. 1760 x 31 = 54560
if i understand the question, 3*x = x*x therefore divide both by x = 3 = x
If you need to work out how many times a number (x) goes into another (y), you divide y by x. Therefore you need to divide 20 by 66. 20/66 = 0.30303030303030 (recurring) times
1 x 500 2 x 250 4 x 125 5 x 100 10 x 50 20 x 25
x to x +25
64 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 or 26. Divide 64 by 2, then divide the quotient by 2, then divide that quotient by 2, etc. The number of times 2 goes into 64 is the exponent of 2.
Divide 44 by 4, and the result is 11. Therefore X = 11.
Maths originated in Rome in 75.BC.They didn't use numbers ,they used roman numerals and that made maths come across as very difficult for them e.g 111 x v = xv (3x5=15)
300 x 80 / 100 = 240
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