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Three eights are equal to a value of twenty four when added together. When they are multiplied eight to the third power is equal to 512.
To divide a circle into thirteenths, divide it into thirteen equal portions, or pieces.
Only once, there will only be eights parts however you divide it.
Yes, both equal one.
Five and five-eighths
8/8 = 1 whole
40 eigths are in 5 wholes. eight eights equal one whole times 5 wholes equals 40 eights.
Think about a circle. If you divide it into six equal parts, each part is 1/6 of the circle. Now think about a circle that is identical to the first. If you divide that one into eight equal parts, each part is 1/8 of the circle. If you compare the two divided circles, you will see that the 1/8 pieces must be smaller than the 1/6 pieces, because eight pieces are filling the same space as six pieces. Draw this out on paper to prove this to yourself if need be.
From the center of the circle, draw like a cross from there.
Yes. three eights plus one eight equals 4 eights, or one half
Draw circle.Draw "plus sign" + on top of circleDraw "times sign" x on top of circlepresto eight cake slices of circle.Simply place the plus sign in the circle so the plus sign touches the edges, then overlap the times sign on the plus sign. It should give you eight lines in the circle, which are eight slices.
Construct a circle with a 4.5 radius. The circle's circumference is 360 degrees. So mark out 3 by 120 degrees on the circumference and join them to the centre of the circle which will divide the circle into three equal parts.
There are eight eighths in any measurment. If you find one eighth of a thing, you have divided it into eight equal portions and then you count one of the eights... Fractions... 1/8 Eight Eighths, or 8/8 equals 1 whole.
Starting at one point of the circle, draw a straight line through the center of the circle to the other side. This line is called a diameter. It will divide the circle into 2 equal pieces.Now, if you want to divide the circle into any number N of equal pieces, follow these steps in orderdivide the diameter into N equal segments,from one endpoint of the diameter, draw half circles towards every endpoint of the equal segments,flip the circle,from the other endpoint of the diameter, draw again half circles towards every endpoint of the equal segment (but now filling the other side of the circle).The resulting parts of the circle have equal area.
A circle has 360 degrees. Divide 360 by 18 and you will find that each equal part of the divided circle is 20 degrees.
1.75 eights is equal to 14.
3*8/150 = eight fiftieths or 0.16
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Eight eighths, or 8/8, does not equal to two, it equals to 1. 8/8 reduced would be 1/1, or simply, 1.
There are 2pi in a circle. If we divide a circle into 8 equal parts, then each part will be pi/4, [(2pi)/8].
Sixteen eights equal two thirds
There are eight ounces in a cup. Seven-eights would equal 7 ounces. I'll bet you already knew that.
Only the diameter can divide the circle in to two equal parts.