Yes, although they look different from what we're used to seeing they are still numbers
3= 21/7 21/7 + 3/7 =24/7(7)= 24
1+2+34+5 = 3 + 81 + 5 = 84 + 5 = 89 ■
Subtract: 9-7=2 Divide: 8/2=4 Multiply: 4*6=24
Yes because it is the same numeracy system that we use today
Using the acronym PEMDAS, meaning parenthases, exponents, multiply/divide, add/subtract
you can multiply add subtract divide make into a fraction or percentage or squuare it or cube it ortry to maki it using base 2
Using algebra the number works out as 25
no-not using numbers in that order
(9*9)+9+9+9/9 = 100
You first multiply 6 by 13 giving you 78. Then subtract 9 giving you 69. Then subtract 6*6 which is 36 giving you 33. Then you subtract 9 to get 24.
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To add and subtract unlike fractions, find the LCM of the denominators and convert them to equivalent like fractions. You don't have to do anything to fractions to multiply them, but you may need to reduce one after multiplying. To do that, find the GCF of the numerator and the denominator and divide both of them by it. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.
Multiply the original two numbers. Divide that product by their GCF. The result is their LCM.
Divisors are used to divide numbers.
If there are no numbers to divide - not even 1 - then you have made a mistake.
-- Subtract 8,799 from it, or -- Divide it by 100 and then add 0.12 to the quotient, or -- Add 12 to it and then multiply the sum by 0.01, or -- Add -8,887.98 to it and then multiply the sum by 4,450 . And there are several more ways to do it.