"The sum of a number and three times another number is 18. find the numbers if their product is a maximum?"
one number is 4 less than eleven times another the sum of the two numbers is 92. Find the numbers.
number is 14 and the other is 56
38 and 190
18 & 9
Another natural number, ten times as large.
5 and 2
Only 1 and 59 - it's a prime number.
The smaller number must be a third of the total, so the numbers are 13 & 26.
648 relates to 1 by being 648 times as large.
nothing stupid i mean what a question
12 and 56
The two numbers that solve this problem are 5 and 15. The sum of 5 and 15 is equal to 20, and 15 is indeed 3 times 5.
when a probability experiment is repeated a large number of times, the relative frequency probability of an outcome will approach its theoretical probability.
They are 7 and 5.
12 and 18
The numbers are 19 and 5
The only numbers that multiply to get a product of 39 are 1 and 39, or 3 and 13.
Numbers go on forever. Any number can be increased by adding 1, or by adding any other number, or by doubling that number, or by multiplying that number by any other positive number greater than 1. All such operations will result in a larger number, and you may perform such operations as many times as desired. ("Infinity" is a concept different from large numbers; it is not itself a number in the class of "real numbers.") You may see the Related Link for more on large numbers.
well the law of large numbers is A therom that describes the result of performing the same experiment a large number of times and its like empirical because its like actually experimenting it or something like that .
If your number is 4 times ?, and the sum is 40, your problem would be 40 divided by 4. You'd get 10.
One numbers 3 times another number.the difference between the numbers 10. Find the numbers.
In order to find the ratio of two areas, you times it by the number of a number to get the number of the numbers numbers number, and that number divide by the first number which is 6 and then do the square root of the numbers number to get that number, which you will times by 2.
Well if you mean positive then yes a positive times a positive is always a positive! Those numbers always have their calculators half full :)