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# How do you get 28 by mutiplying?

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### What is a dividing shortcut?

the shortcut way of dividing is mutiplying

### What is the circumference of a circle that has a diameter of 8 m?

25.1327m. It is calculated by mutiplying the diameter by pi, which is a constant equal to 3.14159265....

### What is the rule for mutiplying by one tenth one hundredth one thousandth?

Move the decimal. 2837.2813947 times .000001 equals .028372813947

### Mutiplying a negative and negative?

When multiplying a negative number by a negative number remember to make sure that the answer is positive. If you do not remember this, then the answer to the question would be incorrect.

### What provides food for the fertilized egg before it reaches?

it doesn't need food until it implants and grows----in the tube it is just cells mutiplying

### Where can I get math practice worksheets for mutiplying fractions?

Homeschoolmath has tons of free math sheets that can be printed for classroom use. They have certain ones for fractions alone as well as others for math.

### How do you determine if a sequence is geometric?

A sequence is geometric if each term is found by mutiplying the previous term by a certain number (known as the common ratio). 2,4,8,16, --&gt; here the common ratio is 2.

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### Toy wagon has 5 rows of cubes with 8 cubes in each row the sides are high enough to hold 3 layers of cubes what is the volume?

120 is the mass. i figured that out by mutiplying 5*8=40 then multiply that by 3. 40*3=120

### Can anything go into 82?

Since we're talking about complex numbers, let's divide 82 by (1+i) or (82)/(1+i). Get rid of (1+i) on the bottom by mutiplying by the conjugate (1-i). We have (82)(1-i)/(1+i)(1-i) or (82-82i)/2 which is 41-41i. :)

### What does multiply out the exspresion mean?

It means calculate the value of the expression (i.e. simplify) by mutiplying. So, as a completely random example, if you have an expression like: x(x + 1) then, in this particular case, you would multiply what is outside of the brackets by each term inside the brackets to get: x2 + x.