Q: What is the number that can be multplyed by 2 and equals 1?

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1 is the number you are looking for.1 + 12 = 1 + 1 = 2.QED

1-2 equals -1. 2-3 equals -1. -1 plus -1 equals -2. as in all mixed sign problems, the answer to each part of the problem takes on the sign of the larger number.

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yes it is because the identity property of multiplication states that a number (x) times another number(y) is equal to 1. So 1/2 times 2/1 equals 1

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Yes it does, since 1 (an odd whole number) plus another 1 equals 2 (an even whole number). So only 2 plus an odd whole number equals a consecutive odd whole number. 1 plus 2 equals 3. 3 plus 2 equals 5. And so on.

No, there is only 1•1 which equals 1.

1 is the number you are looking for.1 + 12 = 1 + 1 = 2.QED

1-2 equals -1. 2-3 equals -1. -1 plus -1 equals -2. as in all mixed sign problems, the answer to each part of the problem takes on the sign of the larger number.

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There is no number x such that both x/2 = 1 and x/9 = 1 are true. I suspect you misunderstood the question, or just worded it extremely badly.

17.5 as a mixed number is 17 and 1/2, or 17 1/2.

1-8 equals -7 1-10 equals -9 1-3 equals -2 on number line ____________________________________ -9 -7 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 -9 < -7 < -2

yes it is because the identity property of multiplication states that a number (x) times another number(y) is equal to 1. So 1/2 times 2/1 equals 1

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2 times 13 equals 26. 1 times 26 also equals 26.