Kwan has modeled a number that is less than 999. His model has twice as many 100-blocks as 10-blocks. It has twice as many 10-blocks as 1-blocks. What is the number?
It could be 421 or 842.
If the number of boys in ninth grade is 12 less than twice the number of girls there are 51 astudents in ninth grade then the number of girls is 21
The number of linear feet in a standard city block is 264. City blocks in the south and west can be as much as twice as long.
Since there are infinitely many numbers you will need infinitely many blocks.
2,241 because you double the digits
There are fifteen (15) nickels.
n=unknown 1-block n+2(n)+2(2n) n+2n+4n Thats the answer because a number was never given. If you want to assume theres an invisible 1 infront of n then heres the problem for that 1n+2(1n)+2(2n) 1n+2n+4n so answer would be 421 BUT you can make it complicated if read the question again. Although they never gave a number, the question wrote 1-blocks as a plural (notice the s at the end of blocks). So assuming there is more than one 1-block we can say there are two 1-blocks. Lets solve this one n=2 (since theres more than 1 ones blocks) n+2(n)+2(2n) 2+2(2)+2(4) 2+4+8 so the answer would be 842 These two answers are possible and they are both under 999.
If we define a block as 205 feet, there are 16 blocks in a kilometer. Smaller blocks, more of them. Larger blocks, fewer. In Manhattan, where there are 20 blocks to a mile, there are a little less than 12 and 1/2 blocks to a kilometer.