Q: How do you get 28 by mutiplying?

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the shortcut way of dividing is mutiplying

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.

28 + 28 = 56.56 + 28 = 84.

28 cubed = 21,952 (28 x 28 x 28 = 21,952)

Answer is 100.100*28/100= 28

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the shortcut way of dividing is mutiplying

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

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. :)

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.