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It is the multiplicative inverse (of the something).

Q: When you multiply something by this you get 1 what is this?

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Multiply it by 0.01

Yes because 1*127 = 127 which is a prime number

When you multiply something by four, you quadrupleit.

100 % = 1, so 290 % = 2.9 so 290 % of something, multiply by 2.9

Multiply the something by 3/8

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Multiply it by 0.01

multiplying something by 1 does nothing.

To find 1% of something, divide the number by 100 E.g. 250 ÷ 100 = 2.5 Or if you have a calculator, multiply it by .01

Yes because 1*127 = 127 which is a prime number

Either divide by 4 or multiply by 1/4

When you multiply something by four, you quadrupleit.

you multiply when you are finding the volume of something is because that is how you find how much space something takes

Multiply 1/3 times the number. (1/3) * 15 = 15/3 = 5

No. To get a multiple of 2, multiply 2 by something. 2x6 is 12, so 12 is a multiple of 2. No matter what you multiply 2 by, you will never get 1, so 1 is not a multiple of 2.

You multiply that something by 0.4

One quarter "of" something is, mathematically, one quarter "times" something - so you simply multiply 1/4 x 40.

Multiply by 1/5280