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Q: What makes 135 in multiplication?

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135 = 1 x 135, 3 x 45, 5 x 27, 9 x 15,

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In most mathematical circumstances, the word "of" signifies multiplication. 135 x 280 = 37,800 I can't help feeling there's something missing. Here's a guess: 135 percent of 280 is 378.

37 x 2

How about: 8*9 = 72

27 54 81 108 135 ..... just keep adding 27 each time

Dividing in the ratio 135 makes no sense.

45*2 = 90 so 45*20 = 900 45*3 = 135 So 45*23 = 45*20 + 45*3 = 900 + 135 = 1035

You multiply it and your finding space of what it has. The multiplication makes the squared.

3 times 35 equals 105

They are: 3*7 = 21 or 1*21 = 21

1 x 38, 2 x 19.

1 x 293, 293 x 1.

Zero multiplied by anything equals zero. That means that 0 X 135 = 0 A good way to think about this is by the old adage that multiplication means "groups of". Zero groups of anything will always be zero!

It is: 1 times 23 = 23 which is a prime number

use order of operations (multiplication & division left to right then addition) 135

13.5 x 10 5 x 27

There are infinitely many possible answers. 280 * 0.1 is one option.

How about 3*7*11 = 231 as a product of its prime factors

As a product of its prime factors: 2*2*19 = 76

135- 135- 135- 135-

1 times 101 or 0.1 times 1010 are two examples.

79 x 1 39.5 x 2

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7 times 7 = 49 or 1 times 49 = 49