Math and Arithmetic

# What is the continuous division of 80 and 27?

It is: 80/27 = 2.'962' recurring decimal '962'

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Since 9 is a factor of 27, it is automatically the GCF.

the continuous division method is dividing again and again (with no shortcut) until you get the answer

27% of 80= 27% * 80= 0.27 * 80= 21.6

What is the prime factorization of 125 using continuous division method

27 / 80 is equal to 0.3375 or 33.75%27/80 = 33.75%

80/27 = 2.962 recurring (that is, 2.962962962...)

2425 27 + (30 x 80) - 2 30 x 80 = 2400 2400 + 27 = 2427 2427 - 2 = 2425

The operation to get from 80 to 8 is division. Divide 80 by ten, and the answer is 8.

108/2 = 54/2 = 27/3 = 9/3 = 3/3 = 1The prime factors of 108 are 2 and 3.

If you have a measured continuous load of say 80 Amps, you would want to have a panel rated at 100 A. For continuous load you want to be at 80% of rated capacity.

Divide 80 by 3 and get avbout 27 (26.666...) 27%

If you are talking about division then the answer is yes.1,3,9 and 27 can go into 27.

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