Q: Is a brewers dozen a pack of 15?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

1 dozen = 121/45th of a dozen = 12/45 = 4/15 = 0.2666 (rounded, repeating)

25 percent of five dozen (60) is 15. 5 dozen = 5*12 = 60

15*6= 90

(15 x 60) / 0.6 = 1,500 groceries, IF she can keep going at that rate for 15 minutes.

Your 7.5 represents 62.5% of a dozen. Let's see why.A dozen is 12, and 7.5/12 is 15/24. (That "gets rid of" the decimal; we doubled the numerator and denominator.) A percent is a one hundredth of something, so 15/24 is "x"/100. If 15/24 = x/100, then we have 62.5/100ths after we do the math. As percent is "one hundredths," 62.5/100 is 62.5%.

Related questions

15 dozen is 180. So 15 dozen + 1 is 181.

15 dozen = 15 x 12 = 180

a dozen = 12 ⇒ 15 dozen = 15 x 12 = 180

There are 30 dozen in a case, and 15 dozen in a box.

Kids By The Dozen was created on 2007-01-15.

The Dirty Dozen was created on 1967-06-15.

Caleb Gindl is number 15 on the Milwaukee Brewers.

1 dozen = 121/45th of a dozen = 12/45 = 4/15 = 0.2666 (rounded, repeating)

25 percent of five dozen (60) is 15. 5 dozen = 5*12 = 60

six pack of beer, soda, socks six pack of beer, soda, socks six pack of beer, soda, socks

about 15$ per pack

Answer = 15 x 12 = 180 pounds