Q: What number can go into 59 and 100?

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59/100, which cannot be further reduced since 59 is a prime.

It is: 118/2 = 59 times

The fraction 7/15 (represented in decimal form by 0.4666...) increased by 59 of itself is equal to the number 28. You can solve this by adding 1 to 59 (60) and then divide 28 by 60.

(X+11) + X = 59 2X + 11 = 59 2X = 59-11 2X = 48 X = 24 therefore X+11 = 35 The two numbers are 24 and 35

To determine percentages less than 100, multiply the number by x/100. The same holds for percentages over 100 - for example, finding 250 percent of a number is equivalent to multiplying the number by 250/100, that is, 2.5.

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8 and 59/100 -------------------- Is the mixed number. (100 * 8 + 59)/100 = 859/100 ----------------- Is the improper and simplest form fraction.

59% = 59/100

Just the number 1.

159 - 100 = 59

59 is a prime number. 1 and 59 are the only divisors of 59.

59% of 100 is just 59. .59 /100 = 59

820.59 = 82059/100

59 is a prime number, meaning it isdivisibleby 1 and itself (59)

59 100ths (0.59) is equal to 59/100. 59 is a prime number, so the fraction is in its reduced form.

5 and 59/100

3 59/100