Because they are tables of the numbers that are the result of "times"-ing a number.
The greater of two numbers is 7 more than the lesser Three times the greater number is 5 more than 4 times the lesser number Find the numbers?
3, if you're counting whole number squares, if not 0
All numbers that are multiples of three. This is an infinite number of numbers.
From the number being used for the multiplication. (the two times table, the three times table etc).
The question is not phrased appropriately enough to derive meaning from it. Taken literally, you wish the number 87 to have a number subtracted from it. And that number is to be three times a number that is greater than 165. 166 is greater. And three times that is 498. And 87 minus 498 is negative 411. However, there an infinite number of numbers that are greater than 165. That was the first.
There is no number that I can find occurring in all three tables.
yes:p ha ha
121 is not in the 2 times tables because it is an odd number.
There is no such number since there are infinitely many multiples in the table for each of an infinite number of tables.
Assuming the die is fair, the probability of a number greater than three is a half so the EXPECTATION would be that it will land on a number greater than 3 thirty times. But, this is the expectation; the actual number could be anything from 0 to 60.
It is 10 times greater.
No, 100 times greater.
number of prime numbers which are in the seven times tables: 1 prime numbers are in the seven times tables: 7 only
its number 1x1=2
Six is two times greater than three (hint: you divide 6 by 3). ================================ Actually, six is two times three. You can also say that six is two times AS GREAT AS three. But six is one time GREATER THAN three. Nine is three times three. Nine is three times as great as three. But nine is two times greater than three.
the number has to be greater than 4
It is 10,000 times greater because 10,000 times 5 = 50,000
It is 'base' times greater, that is 10 times greater if you are looking at a decimal number. Two times greater if you are looking at a binary number. Etc etc
2 times the quantity 4 greater than a number