Anything multiplied by zero is equal to zero.
Yes. A half multiplied by two gives one for example. Three by a third or 4 by a fourth or 5 by a fifth and so on, are all examples.
Expressed as an equation, this would be equal to 0.5x or 1/2x.
Not possible, two whole numbers can't equal to a number with a half.
Because: 9/2 = 4 and 1/2 or 4.5
There are two half hours in an hour. As an hour is 1, while a half hour is 0.5. 0.5 multiplied by 2 will equal to 1.
Nope - only half of the integers are. The other half (of the integers) are odd. Then there are all of the other numbers - fractions, irrational, complex.
150 (half, the other half are odd numbers)
one and a half multiplied by two fifths = 0.6
Yes, but you need two positive numbers less than one. 0.5 * 0.5 = 0.25 for instance. (half of a half is a quarter)
Multiplying any number by one has no effect. Half multiplied by one is still a half.
one half multiplied by four multiplied by pie multiplied by the radius squared
Two multiplied by two and one-half = 2 * 2.5 = 5
Six divided by a half is the same as six multiplied by two, hence, equal to twelve.
To find the answer to 1/2 X 5/6, multiply the numerators (top numbers) and then the denomenators (bottom numbers). The answer is 5/12.
No, 65 multiplied by 3.5 is 227.5
11 and a fourth.
The formula for triangular numbers is (half of n) multiplied by (n+1). Putting in 1000 as n you get: 500 multiplied by 1001 which equals 500500. The answer is 500500.
1 half multiplied by 1 third is 1 sixth.
The only such number is zero.
You multiply the numbers on the top and the bottom separately, then put the top over the bottom and simplify if needed