Q: What number is 27 more than 1384?

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It is: (123-68)+27 = 82

27 is not prime number because it has more than two factors. Factors of 27 are 1, 3, 9 and 27.

This question has two parts. It would be easiest to tackle each one individually. The first thing to calculate is 94-45. This comes out to 49. The next step is to find out what is 27 more than 49. This is done by adding the two numbers: 27+49=76. Thus 76 is the number that is 27 more than 94-45.

It has more than two distinct factors; they are 1, 3, 9, 27, 81

The number is 9.

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45 + 27 = 72

It is 1 or 26+27 = 53

27

It is: (94-45)+27 = 76

It has more than two factors.

Difference of 95 and 36 is 95 - 36 = 59 Then 27 more than the difference is 59 + 27 = 86

It is: (123-68)+27 = 82

27 is composite because it has more than 2 factors.

It is: (27*63)+29 = 1730

It is 27 because it has more than two factors and therefore it is a composite number

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just do 26+27 which is 53 :D x