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Q: What number goes into 141 3 times?

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141 is a composite because 1, 3, and 47 goes in it

141 is not prime. 141 = 3 * 47

47*3 = 141 therefore not a prime number

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The factor pairs of 141 are: 1 × 141 3 × 47

1, 3, 47, 141.

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47 times 3 equals 141

As 1+4+1=6 then 141 can be divided by 3 141=3 x 47 (47 is a prime number)

I'm not quite sure about that theory, but if all the numbers in the number add up to a number that's dividable by 3, then the number itself would then be divisible by 3. Ex. 141 1+4+1= 6 6 is divisible by 3, so 141 is too. 141/3= 47.

87 does... 3 times

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45. (It's also the least common multiple of the two.) Just keep counting by 45's, and each number will be divisible by 3, also: 90, (3 goes into it 30 times) 135, (3 goes into it 45 times) 180, (3 goes into it 60 times) and so on and so on.

3 goes into it 31 times.

I am not sure what you are asking but 141 is divisible by the number 1, itself (141) and certainly by the number 3 so it is not a prime number.

It goes 3 timesExactly three times

The number 3 goes into 126 exactly 42 times.

47

Three times.

No because 3 goes in it 23 times

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47*3=141

Six goes into eight-teen 3 times.