You would need to divide.
when in money sometimes when you divide you need to round over just incase you don't know how much money you have
You just continue to do the division, until you calculate the third digit after the decimal point. Then you round.
This can vary greatly based on what bale size you are going by and how big the round bale is. For hay bales you should never measure by volume, but instead by weight. To do that you need the weight of the round bale and the weight of the smaller bales. You'll need to divide the round bale weight by the smaller bales weight to get your answer. For example a 600 pound round bale would equal 15 small 40 pound bales of hay by weight.
You would need to divide by -1/2.
they need to split
you would find the area of the bricks... 4x8=32... then divide 550 by 32 which equals 17.1875... the answer would be 18 because you would need that .1 of a brick so you could not round down
The box will have a square foot coverage on the box. Multiply 198x185=36,630 square inches There are 144 inches in a square foot. Divide 36,630 by 144=254.375 Divide 254.375 by the number on the box. If you have ANY remainder then round UP. You can't round down. Also, many contractors add 10 percent to help with measurement.
To format the sections with different numbers of columns.
You would need to round it to the nearest whole number.
You would need a balance to measure its mass. You would need a ruler to measure the length of its sides. Then you would need to calculate volume. Then divide the mass by the volume to get density.