Q: What can the numbers 15 and 57 both be divided by?

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3.8

15.0526

Both numbers can be divided by 3. Do so and you get; 4/19 (four nineteenths)

15.0526

57 can be divided by 3 and 19 with no remainder. 51 can be divided by 3 and 17 with no remainder.

15.0526

300 divided by 57 equals 5 with a remainder of 15 or ~5.263

ask yourself if anything can go into 57 or 111 (divided)

8n - 15 = 57 (add 15 to both sides)8n - 15 + 15 = 57 + 158n = 72 (divide both sides by 8)8n/8 = 72/8n = 9

No because they are both composite numbers

An infinite number of of multiples of 57 can be divided by 57.

There are 15 lanthanides (atomic numbers 57-71) and there are 15 actinides (atomic numbers 89-103)

0.3684

There are lots of numbers between 57 and 75, but if you want the one that is in the exact middle, add the two numbers together and divide by 2: 57 + 75 = 132 132 divided by 2 = 66.

0.19

0.0058

19 divided into 57 = 0.3333333333333333

If X+Y = 42, and 2X + Y = 57, then if you subtract the first equation from the second, 2X + 1Y = 57 1X + 1Y = 42 - ---------------- 1X + 0Y = 15 That means that Y = 27. 15 + 27 = 42 15 + 15 + 27 = 57.

67 is a prime number but 57 and 91 are both composite numbers

14.25

1.193

63

0.0011

8.1429

0.0702