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Thirty decreased by three times a number is six less than three times the number. Find the number.
The opposite of dividing is multiplying. To find your number, work backwards. Multiply 10 times 5. That is your number.
A percentage is a portion of 100. so to find the calculation of a decreased percentage, you subtract.
35 - some number = 15 and usually you are required to find the number.
3x+32=4x-15 3x-4x=-15-32 x=-47
No. A decimal is a way of representing a quantity so that the place value of each digit is ten times the place value of the number to its right. So the opposite would be to find a way not to represent a number?! What is the point of that?
4n - 10 = 38 (add 10 to both sides)4n = 48 (divide by 4 to both sides)n = 12
Find the absolute value of -3 plus the opposite of -3?
The answer depends on what you mean by "opposite": whether it is the additive inverse or the multiplicative inverse.
% decrease = |original value - new value|/original value * 100%
Firstly, I would find the value of 1%, which you can get by dividing the number by 100. Now that we know that the 1% is 2, because 200/100 is 2, we can then multiply 1% by 8 to get 8%. Thus, the amount of workers decreased by 16.
The phrase "4 decreased by a number x" means that you are subtracting some number from the number 4, but you do not know what number you are subtracting. The number x is an unknown, that you are trying to find out.it means:4 - x
The purpose of finding the opposite of a number is to find its absolute value. This is how much less or greater it is than zero and how much it needs to return to zero.
you multiply that number by the percent as a decimal. Say you want to take 20% of ten. Then you would go .2x10 and get 2.
Yes because one number has been increased by a 1/4 while the other number has been decreased by a 1/4 So 3*80 = 240 and 4*60 = 240
times the number by 0.2
c is less than or equal to 29
"The sum of a number and three times another number is 18. find the numbers if their product is a maximum?"