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How many subsets of a set with 100 elements have more than one element?

It is 2^100 because each of 100 elements can either be in or out. By the way the answer is 2^100-101, because there is one subset with no elements at all (the empty set)!


Why is the area of a rectangle calculated by multiplying length by width?

If someone fills the inside of the rectangle by drawing hundreds of rows of tiny squares, the way you find out how many squares there are is: you count the number of rows, then you count the number of columns, then you multiply the two numbers. That's exactly what you're doing when you measure the width, measure the length, and multiply.


How do you get the value of 100 using number 1 five times?

111-11=100.. This way, you used the number 1 five times and reached the value of a 100.


What is the cube root of 100 and what is the working out?

The cube root of 100 can be written as 1001/3 or 3√100. There are many ways to determine the answer. One way is with the use of logarithms. 1) Convert 100 into logarithms. Using logs to the base 10 then log 100 = 2 2) To find the cube root divide log 100 by 3. Then 2/3 = 0.6666(recurring) 3) Using an antilogarithm system convert 0.6666 back into a decimal number = 4.6416 3√100 = 4.6416 (4dp)


What is linear scale?

A scale where the distance between 1 and 2 is the same as the distance between 2 and 3; and so on. By way of contrast, in a logarithmic scale, the distance between 1 and 10 would be the same as the distance between 10 and 100, or 100 and 1000. There are many other scales.