Q: What numbers do you need to get the mean of 83?

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The mean is 83.

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You need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

They are: 1*83 = 83

In Math, mean is another way of saying average. If a question asks you to find out the Mean of a set of numbers, it wants you to find the average. To work out the mean (average), you just need to add all the numbers in the setup and then divide by the number in the set. For example, if I had the numbers 3, 5, 6, 2, and 9, I would add them all up and then divide by 5, because there are 5 numbers. So, 3+5+6+10+59=83 83/5=16.6 So the mean, or average of this set of numbers is 16.6.

1 x 83, 83 x 1

1 and 83

Two: 1 and 83

1, 3, 9, 83, 249, 747 | 1 x 747, 3 x 249, 9 x 83.

Add the 6 numbers together and divide by 6 to get the mean, or averageMean is 71.3

If you mean 90 then they are 83+7 = 90

83 x 1 82 + 1 84 - 1 83 ÷ 1

1 x 83 = 83. Eighty three is a prime number.

The numbers 83, 89 and 97 are prime.

83 is a prime number and has no other divisors that are prime numbers except 83; 83 divided by 83 equals 1.

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83+34

You only need two. 59 x 83 = 4897

Yes.

No.

83 is a prime number so the only two numbers you can multiply to get it are 1 and 83.

83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88

1 & 83.... it's a prime number !

Yes.

83 and 11