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Q: What is it called when you multipy or divide two quantities by the same number?

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Scaling is when you multiply or divide two quantities by the same number.

Squaring

Doubling or halving.

You divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number) then multipy it by a hundred

Squaring for multiplying, and if you are dividing by the same number, you get 1

when you times a number

you multipy a fraction by taking a number and mulitiply the same number to the numerator and denominator and get ur answer

It is called algebra. When two quantities are related as long as you do the same operation to both (add, subtract, multiply, or divide) you do not change the relation

The number you divide into is called the divisor.

You multiply or divide the first quantity by the number and then you do the same for the other quantity.

Yes, when you multipy a number by itself it is called squaring the number. 5 squared = 5 times 5 = 25

to multiply a number by itself

It will give you a perfect square.

If the quantities are related linearly, then the operation would mean SCALING Otherwise it is just operations on the two quantities by a constant

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One tenth of 5,000 ... divide 5,000 by 10 ... you get ... ... ... Not going to answer your test quiz for you ... figure it out yourself. divide your number by 10 = 500 or multipy by .10 = 500

By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction.

integers are negative and poitive numbers you can multipy and divide poitive numbers but you can't divide negative numbers because you can't have negitve divded by a other number

An infinite number of ways.

divisor

a mean is the average of quantity, you find the sum of the quantities then divide that number by the number of quantities. For example to find the sum of 75, 88, 70, 90. Add 75+88+70+90 which equals 323 then divide by 4 and the mean would be 80.75(and possibly round the number)

Yes, it is; except that the chosen number cannot be zero.

Ok, let's use the number "4" as an example. You would say "4 squared" but you would put a superscript of 2 on it.

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