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Q: What is the number that is 150 times the size of 10?

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3 numbers that canbe multiplied together to get 150 are 3,5 and 10 (3*5*10=150)(*=times)

10% of 150 = 15

150 is a composite number because it goes into 5 and 10 (5 times 30 is 150 .....and 10 times 15 is 150) Remember a Composite number is a number that goes into more than 1 and itself. Example: The number---->8...it goes into 1,2,4,8. A Prime number is a number that ONLY goes into 1 and itself. Example: The number---->3...it only goes into 1,3.

The difference is 150.

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150 Tip: to know ANY sum in the 10 times tables just add a zero to the first number e.g. 7x10=70

150

10 times remainder 10

150 10 x 15 =150

10 = 150 / 15

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10 times.

150 goes into 15 zero times, or zero remainder 15. However, 15 goes into 150 exactly 10 times.

Yes, 10*15 = 150.

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15 x 10 = 150

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usually a size 9 or 10

1500 ÷ 10 = 150(Note: If dividing by ten knock off the last digit: so 1500 becomes 150).

Yes, 10 times.

15 x 10

165/150 = (150×1+15)/150 = 1 15/150 = 1 1/10

1 x 150 = 150 2 x 75 = 150 3 x 50 = 150 5 x 30 = 150 10 x 15 = 150

100 x 100/10 x 15/100 = 150Therefore, 15 percent of that number would be 150.

15x10=150