25 - 9 = 16
Yes. pi - sqrt(2) is irrational.
Add the number of faces of the shape to the number of vertices, and then subtract 2 to give you the number of edges. This works for most polyhedrons. I hope I have helped :) ALSO, take the number of vertices, divide that by two, then add that answer to the number of vertices... that will give you the number of edges unless it is a pyramid. Here is one that is GURANTEED TO WORK BECAUSE I HAVE TRIED IT. Here is is: Edge= 2 times(Vertice-1)
2 * 3 * 5 * 7 = 210
The word 'one' is not always used as a number... but, In the King James version * The word one is mentioned 1967 times * The word ones is mentioned 77 times * The word one'sis mentioned 2 times
24 times you can subtract the number 2 from the number 50.
The number of times can you subtract 50 by 2 is 25
As many times as you want. If what you mean is, how many times can you subtract 2 from 46 before you hit zero (that is, "how many times does two go into 46") the answer is 23.
Just once. Because the number is now 30 and not 32. So, it is impossible to subtract from it again.
8 times. (2 * 8 = 16) If you subtract "2" 8 times this will leave you with 0.
a total of 25 times
it means multiply the the number in the ones place by two and use that number to subtract
The number is 2 because (6*2)-5 = 7
12 times, this question is really saying what is 24 divided by 2, 12
Just once - after that, you are no longer subtracting from 25.