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Q: What is the lowest value that can be obtained by multiplying the square root of 169 by a prime number between 50 and 60 and then adding another prime number to it?

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multiplying. adding is permeter. sorry bout my spelling. not the best at it

multiplying

You can get the magic total by squaring the number, adding 1, multiplying by the number, then dividing by 2.

Apart from the fact that you are dealing with fractions, not a lot.

A product is what you answer is if you're MULTIPLYING, and a factor is either dividing or adding.

Not by adding, but doubling (multiplying by 2) will work.

5 2/6 changed to an improper fraction is 32/6 which is obtained by multiplying the 6 by 5 and adding the 2.

Adding the logs of numbers is equivalent to multiplying the numbers. People think adding is easier than multiplying.

You have to line up the decimal when adding but not when multiplying. Example: This one is adding 23.56+89.45 23.56 89.45 This one is multiplying 23.54*4.506 23.54 4.506

Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing

when you are only adding or multiplying.

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