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Q: How do you multiply one-fifth times 400?

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1/5 = 20%

1/5 = 0.20 in decimal

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Well, 5% is the equivalent to .05, or 5 out of a hundred. So see how many hundreds are in 400 (400/100)...there are 4 hundreds in 400. Then multiply 4 times 5. Then subtract that number from 400 (because you asked how much is 5% OFF). Your answer is 380. You could also subtract 5 from 100 and multiply the difference by 400.

20x20=400 40x10=400 5x80=400 2x200=400 1x400=400

Yes and to get it you multiply 20 times 20. 20x20=400

3200 To solve this, multiply 8 and 4 and you will get 32. Then, you can add the two zeroes from 400

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400=2*2*2*2*5*5

2 and 5. You will need to multiply 2 four times and 5 twice.

The answer to your question is 12.6 because you multiply the .400 times .750 and then you take the answer (0.3) and multiply this times the molar mass of NaF (42) and get 12.6.

you multiply 27 times a number then you multiply 18 times a different number and see if they come out with the same answer.

16% of 400= (convert 16% to .16) .16 of 400= (in math of means multiply) .16 x 400= 64 Or divide 400 by 100 and multiply by 16, either way u get 64

Multiply it by 100 and it is 40%

400 times 9 is 3600!

5 times 400 is 2,000.

400 is the answer because you multiply 4*100 equal 400

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3/400*100% first find what is 1/400 1/400 = 0.0025 and then multiply this by 3 3*1/400 = 3*0.0025 = 0.0075 then multiply this by 100% => 3 is 0.75% of 400

Multiply means for example multiply 10 times 10 equals 100 so multiply means times by in maths

400 times 2 is 800 and the 400 can times in 2