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Q: What number minus 37 equals -48?

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It is 48 minus 12 equals 36

104 - 56 = 48

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When you minus a negative number it is the same as adding a positive number, since minus a negative number is a plus. So 48 minus (-12) is 48 + 12 = 60

48

37

There are an infinite number of solutions, like 45 + 45 or 60 + 30

If you divide a number times 48 and it equals to a whole number then that is the answer! But if it has a decimal as the answer then you have to use a different number

One third minus three sixteenths equals seven forty-eighths (1/3-3/16=16/48-9/48=7/48).

3 times 16 equals 48.

Number of neutrons is 48 (mass number) minus 21 (proton number) = 27 (neutron number)

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64 plus 18 plus 42 plus 48 plus 37 = 209

if you have 12r and you minus 4r it doesn't equal 48. it would equal 8r to find out what r is i would have to see the whole problem

If: m/8 -2 = 48 Then: m = 400

There is no such number.

Three twelves is 36. Four twelves is 48. 36 - 48 = -12. Three twelfths - fourth twelfths equals minus one twelfth.

48 plus 7 equals 55.

There is only one number that equals 48. It's 48, and it's not a prime number.

325 divided by 48 equals 6 with a remainder of 37.

48 minus 32 is 16.

48 minus 1.4 is 46.6

If 100-r=99.52, r=100-99.52 and r=.48.

you minus the largest number by the smallest. So 56-48=8. The answer is 8.