Adding 4 odd numbers together will always equal an even number - got ya!
2 and -3, added together.
There are many possible answers. One pair is 94 and 0.257: added together.
The two numbers are 6 and -5. 6 x (-5) = -30, 6 + (-5) = 1.
2, and any other prime number (not 2).
135100 and 35000, which, if added together, makes 170100.
The middle number for 150 and 280 is 215. Here's how you work it out: Add the two numbers together which makes a total of 430. Then you divide the number by the number of numbers you added together to give you your answer.
the two numbers to equal 16 is 4 and 4.
There are no 5 odd numbers that when added together make 30.Two odd numbers added together make an even numberAn odd number plus and even number makes an odd number.From the five odd numbers:Take two of them and add them together getting an even number and four odd numbersAdd another of the odd numbers to this even number and you will have three odd numbersAdd two of these together and you will have one even and one odd number.Finally add these odd and even numbers together and the result will be an odd numberBut 30 is an even number, so cannot be the sum of five (or any odd number of) odd numbers.
11*27 = 297
iron and carbon added together makes steel
April 11,1991 Makes her Nineteen
Red, with blue added in moderation, will make purple.
7 and 67.
It means you are counting in increments of 5. 5+5=10, 10+5=15. If by the word "mean", you are talking about the average, then the mean is 10. To determine the average of any group of numbers, add the numbers and divide the total by the number of numbers added - (does this makes sense?) Example: 5 + 10 + 15 = 30. Divide 30 by 3 (you added 3 numbers together to get the total) and the average is 10. Hope this helps.
2 x 3 x 29 = 174
A product in maths is found by multiplying numbers together. Not sure about the use of the word special?
Because the four smallest prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, and 7. If you multiply these four together you get 210 (which makes 210 the smallest number divisible by four unique prime numbers).