3 equal groups of 7 or vice versa, if you mean groups of even nos-no
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You will have four in each of the five groups.
There are five ways to do this, if you include 32 'groups' with one member each.The others are 2 groups of 16, 4 groups of 8, 8 groups of 4 and 16 groups of 2.
Divide it into 72 pieces, group them into groups of 8. DoNe
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Two numbers that equal 136 are 136/1 and 0.007352941.
there are lots of them, 4 is one.
You divide it by 186.166666666667 and you get 24! :)
The GCF is 15.
Yes, 14 divided by 2 is 7.
Yes. The group can be divided into 2, 4, 8 or 16 groups evenly.
18 divided by 3=6
This is just an arbitrary convention, based perhaps on the fact that each 'even' number can be divided into equal portions. The 'odd' numbers are not curious in any manner other than they can be only be divided into equal groups of 'odd' numbers. e.g. 15 may be divided into 5 groups of 3. BUT 7 cannot be divided into an equal number of groups.
7x7 simple just divide by a number.
they can be 2 groups of 16, 4 groups of 8, 8 groups of 4, or 16 groups of 2
you have to sort of divide 26 in 4s of course not all of them would be equal
Actually it does, whenever you mulitply and divide two negative and two positive numbers they always equal a positive number. When you multiply and divide a negative and positive they always equal a negative number.
add all the #s up, then divide by the number of numbers. It's the average. You add all the numbers together and however many numbers there are you divide by that number. For example: 12, 11, 7, and 10 Add them and they equal 40. There are four numbers so you divide 40 by 4 and get 10. That's the mean
They developed when people discovered the need to divide things into equal parts.