Math and Arithmetic

# What is 100 times 101 divided by 2?

100 times 101 divided by 2 is equal to 5,050.

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yes. 1+ 100= 101 2+99=101 3+98=101 4+97=101 5+96=101 and so on. then its 101 times 50= 5050

50 x 2 = 100 51 x 2 = 102 49 x 2 = 98 Answer: 49 with a remainder of 3

(2 divided by 13) times 100 (2/13)*100 = 15.38...%

100 divided by 44 is 2 with remainder 12.

The answer is 5050. One way to see how to get the answer is as follows: Suppose S = 1 + 2 + 3 + . . . + 100 Then, rewriting it another way, S = 100 + 99 + 98 + . . . + 1 Now the sum of each number and the one below it is 101 and there are 100 such pairs. So 2*S = 101 + 101 + 101 + . . . + 101 (100 entries) 2*S = 100*(100+1) So S = 100*(100+1)/2 = 50*101 = 5050

50/0.5 = 100 50 divided by 1/2 is changed to 50 times 2

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Instead of adding each digit in turn, acknowledge that there are 100 numbers to add, and then multiply that by the average of 1 and 100.Ie. 100&times;(1+100)&divide;2=100&times;101;&divide;2100&times;101;&divide;2=50&times;101=5050So, in short, the answer is: 5050

To find the sum of the first 100 integers, you first add 1 plus 100 (the first and last numbers of the set) and get 101. Do the same with the next two integers, 2 and 99 and you'll get 101. Since you are adding two integers at a time and there are 100 integers between 1 and 100, you'll get 101, fifty times. Therefore, a shortcut would be to simply multiply 101 times 50 and get 5,050.

6 divided by 608 is 0.00986842105263

35000 = 8%. 43750= 100%. My method was 35000 divided by 2 times 25 to get 100%

100 divided by 5,000 is 0.02 or 2%

The question was: Add up all the numbers up to 100.Der jungen Karl Friedrich didn't guess. He reasoned:100 + 1 = 10199 + 2 = 10198 + 3 = 10197 + 4 = 10196 + 5 = 101In this way, with the 100 numbers I can make 50 pairs, and every pair totals 101.So all 100 numbers add up to (50 times 101) = 5,050They say he was something like 5 years old at the time.

The answer is 100 200/2=100 100*2=200

2/3 divided by 100 = 1/150= 2/3&Atilde;&middot; 100/1= 2/3 * 1/100= 2/300 or 1/150

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