Well I believe that when you divide the number 1st you have to see if the number will go in to the three digit number and if don't then see if another can go into that one
10234 If you're cheap, you can go 01234
well if you look... 2 goes in to both because the last digit of each number end in an even number there you go <33
We will go by the process of elimination to solve this: it is rounded to the nearest ten and gets 350, so it has to be from 345-354. It is greater than 350, so it is 350-354. It is an even number, so it is either 350, 352 or 354. The ones digit is after 2, the answer is 354.
1002 = 10000 which is the smallest possible 5 digit number. So we have to go 1 smaller which is 992 = 9801
Let's list the requirements for the mystery number: One's digit more than the ten's digit. Composite number. Two digits. Even number. Is two less than a square. Now that we've listed the requirements, let's look for a place to "attack" the problem. The easiest is probably to look at squares since our mystery number is two less than a square. Here are the first few squares: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100 and 121. Since our mystery number is 2 less than a square, let's go through that. -1, 2, 7, 23, 34, 47, 62, 79, 98, 119. Now we'll look at two things at once; we'll look only at the 2-digit numbers that are even. (We don't have to look at the "composite number issue" because every even number except 2 is composite since it can be divided by 2.) 34, 62, and 98. Now the number with the one's digit greater than the ten's digit - and there's only one of them: 34. The number 34 has a one's digit greater than the ten's digit, is composite, has two digits, is even, and is 2 less than a square.
Three tenths would go be side the number three
Multiply by 8 just like any other number. For example 3 x 8 = 24. To determine if a number is divisible by 8, just consider the last three digits. For example: 25654789008 is divisible by 8 because the last three digits (008) are divisible by 8 (008 / 8 = 1). 78945987345007 is not divisible by 8 because the last three digits are not divisible by 8 (007 / 8 = 0.875).
35 is an odd number, so no even number can go into it.
No, it is only the biggest number that when you add it to a 2 digit number, after rounding the tens digit is increased by 1
If the last digit is a 5-9 you round up. Ex: 585 go up to 590. If the last digit is 1-4 you round down ex: 584 go down to 580
There is no such even number.
For this kind of problems, go from left to right, and use the smallest possible digit for each position.
Start at 100 and go on till you reach 999 then stop.
-- List the digits that are used to write the number. -- Add up the list.
No, a quick way to check if a number is divisible by 5 is if the last digit (or digit before the decimal)ends in a 5 or a 0, if not then it is not divisible by 5.
To answer this type of problem, go from left to right, choosing the smallest possible digit in each case. In this case, the lowest choice for the first digit is "1", and for each of the remaining digits, "0".
Yes, 7536 is divisible by 2. Any number is divisible by 2, but it may not go in evenly. To determine if 2 will divide evenly into a number, look at the last digit only. If it is even (0, 2, 4, 6, 8), then 2 will evenly divide into that number. Ex/ 7536 (6 is the last digit, and it is even, so 7536 is evenly divisible by 2). 7536/2 = 3768
The number is three.
The lowest number those three number all go into is... 72.
You round your answer to one decimal place.So if the digit in the second decimal place is more than 5 the digit in the first place is increased by 1.and if the digit in the second decimal place is less than 5 the digit in the first place is left unchanged.If the digit in the second place is 5 then you either go to the next decimal place. It it is 1 then you round up, if not then you round down.If the digit in the second decimal place is 5 and there are no more digits then many schools incorrectly advise you to round up. This is incorrect because it introduces a bias. The IEEE approved solution is the "round-to-even": round the number up or down so that the last digit remaining in the number is even.
it would have been faster to do it yourself so go do it
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you can recycle number three they you go bob