It is 100 times as big.
It is 10,000 fold.
As a Wiccan, I understand the concept of "100 fold" more than most. It is not the multiplication of a number times 100, as most assume it is. However, it is doubling whatever number 100 times. Imagine your number is a piece of paper. You fold it in half one time. Fold it again a second time. If your number is one, then two fold would be 4. Or, more simply, 2 to the 100th power. So, to answer your question, 100 fold is... 1,267,650,600,228,229,401,496,703,205,376 Which to say is a really, really, really big number. LOL *********** The above answer is NOT true. Merriam-Webster and other dictionaries cite tenfold or hundredfold as 10 units or 10x something (or 100 units or 100x some other number).--jhh
To get a 1-fold dilution you mix it with an equal volume of solvent (usually water). So for example, to dilute 100 cm3 1-fold you would add 100 cm3 of water.
You press the button on the bottom and fold it up.
If you mean 100 times 300 then it is 30,000
If all the world's resources were to magically increase 100 fold what would happen?
102 = 100 and the prime factors of 100 in exponents are 22*52 = 100
No, it is not the same. Ten cubed is ten to the third power or 10x10x10 or 1000. Ten to the second power is 10x10 or 100.
10 to the 2 power is the same as 10 x 10 which = 100. 1.5 x 100 = 150
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No. Ten to the 3rd power is 1000, while ten squared is 100.
10 to the second power (102) is the same as 10 x 10, which equals 100.
Yes 103*103 = 1,000,000 1003 = 1,000,000
It is the same as 247 times 100 = 24700
The power output of a 100 kw power plant is 100 kw.
no, I will not raise or fold if I held Ace-high and 9 and 10 of the same suit.
No. 2100 = 1.268 x 1030. That's not the same as 1020.
If linear dimensions are increased by a certain factor, the volume will increase by that same factor, raised to the third power - so, in this case, 3 to the power 3.
If you mean a 100 times, the all you do is put '00' behind the number. ie -20 = 2000.
100 kW is not an energy, it is a power. It is the same as 100 kJ/sec (100,000 joules/second. The 100 kW - or 100 kJ/second - can be converted to 100 kW of mechanical power - or less, depending on the type of energy, and how much is wasted.
watts = power ohms = impedance not the same thing
$100.00 in 1993 had the same buying power as $166.68 in 2016.