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Q: Subtract 3 times the number from 15 and get 48?

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3 times, remainder 3

15 goes into 48 3.2 times.

48 X 15 = 720.

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Not sure how you're getting -25, but when you are subtracting a bigger number from a smaller number the strategy is to swap the numbers and add a negative sign which would give you -15.

The answer is 720.

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48 × 5 = 240

3 times 16 equals 48.

12 times 4 = 48

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48 whole times, with enough left over for about 0.59 of one more time.

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12 x 4 = 48

No... it is not, try anything, 8 times 8, 6 times 6, you will never get 48, Therefore, it is not a square number.

In short, the answer is -48. Based on basic (1-12) multiplication tables, 6 times 8 is 48. When multiplying a negative number times a positive number, one is always left with a negative number, so, we negate the 48 to get -48. -6 * 8 = -48.

If you divide a number times 48 and it equals to a whole number then that is the answer! But if it has a decimal as the answer then you have to use a different number

This does not sound like an equation. This sounds like evaluating an algebraic expression. 3C means 3 times the value of C (which you have given as 21) then subtract 15. 3 x 21 - 15 = 48

The sequence is formed from two interwoven series. 440, 216, 104, 48 ........Halve the number and subtract 4. 260, 128, 62, 29...........Halve the number and subtract 2. The next number would be generated by the first series 48/2 = 24 24 - 4 = 20..........which is the next number.