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Q: How many times ca n you subtract the number 2 from the number 50?

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The number of times can you subtract 50 by 2 is 25

a total of 25 times

i will answer this question is Once only because after that it will not be 50 biscuits. As you subtract 5 biscuits it will be 45 and not 50 anymore.

As a mathematical problem, 25, because 50/2 = 25. As a puzzle, the answer is 1, because after you have subtracted 2 once, the number you are subtracting from is no longer 50.

5 goes into 50 ten times. Logically speaking, only once. After the first subtraction, 50 now has a value of 45. Therefore you cannot subtract from 50 a second time. It's similar to how many marbles can you fit into an empty bag. Just one. How far can a dog walk into the woods. Halfway. After that, he's walking out.

For natural numbers, 5 times. For all real numbers, infinitely many times.

You get 50.

9 × 6 − 4 = 50

122. Subtract 10% from C. Multiply times 2. Add 32. Works on any number. 50 -5*2+32=122

Any of them. To get 50 to 30 you could... subtract 20 add -20 divide by 5/3 multiply by 3/5

If its a neutral atom, there will be the same number of protons as electrons. The atomic number will tell you how many protons there are, so there are 50 protons and 50 electrons.The mass number is the sum of the number of protons (or electrons in a neutral atom) and the number of neutrons. Since we know there are 50 protons, we subtract 125 with 50 to get 75 neutrons.

You can expect the spinner to land an odd number 25 times out of 50.

For any element, this is answered in the same way. The mass number is the number of protons plus the number of neutrons, in this case 50. The atomic number is the number of protons. Subtract the atomic number from the mass number to give the number of neutrons. For any element, this is answered in the same way. The mass number is the number of protons plus the number of neutrons, in this case 50. The atomic number is the number of protons. Subtract the atomic number from the mass number to give the number of neutrons.

100 times greater because 100*0.5 = 50

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25. work backwards. take 37 ADD(instead of subtract) 13 to it. then take 50 and divide it by two.

If 6 times a number is 300 then the number is 50 because 6*50 = 300

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5 times 10 is 50, subtract 4 gives you 46 which is greater than 1 (and 10)

It goes 50 times.

x*x = 50. It doesn't come out to an integer, just 5 square roots of 2 or 7.071067811865.... Alternatively, there are infinitely many x*y=50 answers, of which, 1 times 50 is a possibility.

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

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