multiply the whole number by the denomanater then add
When you add a number and its additive inverse, for example x+(-x), you would get 0 as an answer no matter what the number is. When you multiply a number and its reciprocal or multiplicative inverse, for example x*(1/x), you would always get 1 as an answer.
Multiply the number by 100 and add the % sign.
There are infinitely many pairs of numbers that will add to 105.8 and infinitely many pairs of numbers that will multiply to 105.8 but there are no pair that will add AND multiply. I do not think there are larger sets, but I could be wrong. One example of a triplet adding and multiplying to the same number is 1, 2 and 3. They add to 6 and multiply to 6.
Multiply the number by 100 and add a percentage sign.
If the base numbers or variables are the same, you add the exponents.
If you add, subtract or multiply rational numbers, the result will be a rational number. It will also be so if you divide by a non-zero rational number. But division by zero is not defined.
Compatible numbers are numbers that are close in value to the actual numbers and easy to add, subtract, multiply, or divide mentally.So a logical compatible number for 77 would be 80.
you would convert the mixed numbers into fractions where the top number is greater than the bottom number, then multiply both the numerator and the denominator by a number that makes the denominators the same.
That depends what you mean with "and": whether you want to add the numbers, multiply them, etc.That depends what you mean with "and": whether you want to add the numbers, multiply them, etc.That depends what you mean with "and": whether you want to add the numbers, multiply them, etc.That depends what you mean with "and": whether you want to add the numbers, multiply them, etc.
There aren't any whole numbers that satisfy these conditions. The only numbers that multiply to 23 are 23 and 1.
Let E1 and E2 be two even numbers. Then (E1+1)(E2+1) will be the product of two odd numbers. We have E1*E2 +E2+E1+1. Now when we add or multiply even numbers, we get even numbers and we add 1, it's odd.
multiply the denominator by the whole number, then add the numerator, the denominator is the same as the mixed numbers denominator
Convert the mixed number into an improper fraction and then multiply like you normally would. To convert a mixed number into a fraction, take the whole number, multiply it by the denominator and then add the numerator. This value is your new numerator.
Multiply all the numbers together and then add 1.
You have to multiply the bottom number by the whole number. then add it to the top number. EX: 1/2+3=7/2
add the number how many times it says
7 and 5
There is no such numbers.If you used 9 and -4 then you will get 5 when you add them but you will get -36 when you multiply them.