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well... 10% of 58 = 5.8 and double that (11.6) that's to find 20% and then double 11.6 = 23.2 so your answer is 23.2! and to double check... 50% means half and half of 58 is 29, then just take off 10% of 58 (which is 5.8) and you get 23.2!! i hope that helped... p.s. I'm in year 7

48, it should be 58: 1- double it=2. 5- double it=10. 13- double it=26. 29- double it=58.

Double check that date. Wheat pennies were minted from 1909-58.

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It is: +58

58 - -58 = 116

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Answer: Infinity or there is none. One common multiple of 58 and 61 is 3538. If you double it, which is 7076, you have a larger common multiple. If you double it again, which is 14,152, you have an even larger common multiple. You can continue doubling it forever, so there is no greatest common multiple, or it can be said to be infinite.

58+58+48=164

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13 percent of 58 = 7.5413% of 58= 13% * 58= 0.13 * 58= 7.54

42% of 58= 42% * 58= 0.42 * 58= 24.36

35% of 58= 35% * 58= 0.35 * 58= 20.3

5% of 58 = 5% * 58 = 0.05 * 58 = 2.9

80% of 58 = 80% * 58 = 0.8 * 58 = 46.4

58% of 100 = 58/100 x 100 = 58

46% of 58 = 46% * 58 = 0.46 * 58 = 26.68

58-2x

122+58+58 is equal to 238.

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The first ten positive integer multiples of 58 are: 1 x 58 = 58 2 x 58 = 116 3 x 58 = 174 4 x 58 = 232 5 x 58 = 290 6 x 58 = 348 7 x 58 = 406 8 x 58 = 464 9 x 58 = 522 10 x 58 = 580

Since 58 is a multiple of 29, it is automatically the LCM.

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