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Q: Why is 112 not a reasonable answer for the product of 7 times 1.6?

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112 ÷ 7 = 16 → 16 times 7 equals 112.

112 multiplied by 16 is 1,792.

112/14=8R0 So 8 times.

7 x 16 = 112

112

7*16= 112.

112 / 21 = 16/3, or 5 and 1/3 times.

56 times 2 = 112 28 times 4 = 112 14 times 8 = 112 7 times 16 = 112

112/16 = 7

112 ÷ 7 = 16

112

7 x 16 = 112

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16 times 7 equals 112.

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It actually is not a mixed number, 7 goes into 112 16 times, so the answer is 16.

Two numbers differing by 9 whose product is 112? 7 & 16 (x + 7)(x - 16)

There are 16 times 7 = 112 days

½ × 14 × 16 = (½ × 14) × 16 = 7 × 16 = 112.

The LCM is the common denominator. Consider 2/7 and 9/16 (random). The LCM of 7 and 16 is their product as they have no common factor ie 112. Th fractions become (2 x 16)/112 and (9 x 7)/112, ie 32/112 and 63/112. The sum of 2/7 and 9/16 is thus 95/112 Check this in decimals: 2/7 = 0.286, 9/16 = 0.5625 , total 0.8482; 95/112 = 0.8482. QED

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Yes, 112 divided by 7 equals 16.

both these number go into the number 112

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