Other numbers aren't factors of 100.
Work It Out By Drawing A Grid, Eliminate the 2 Times Tables, Then 3, Then 5, Then 7, Then 11, Then 13, And All The Primes, And Your Be Left With The Higher Prime Numbers :D
when i did this problem i was doing a eratosthenes sieve method and the numbers was from 1-100 so i got the longest string of consecutive composite numbers on the grid are 74-82 this should be right. BTW I'm 13 doing my moms college work Sorry, but 79 is a prime number. I got 90~96
Math number models are tools used to develop computational strategies. Number models are often shown using physical representations such as: Base10 blocks, Ten Frames, Open Number Lines or a Number Grid amongst others. Using these models teachers can demonstrate various strategies such as "doubles". The problem 12+13 can be thought of as a "double" of 10 then 3+2
On a grid containing 100 squares, 25 percent of the grid would be equivalent to shading in 25 squares.
16.666666 or 16⅔ or 50/3
70* 2/3 = 46 and 2/3 squares.
40+3=43 so i shaded in 40 on the 10 by 10 grid an added 3 and thats how i found my answer:)
4 squares in a 2 by 2 grid 9 squares in a 3 by 3 grid 16 squares in a 4 by 4 grid 25 squares in a 5 by 5 grid 36 squares in a 6 by 6 grid 49 squares in a 7by 7 grid 64 squares in a 8 by 8 grid 81 squares in a 9 by 9 grid 100 squares in a 10 by 10 grid
Just multiply the 2 sides
Count the number of squares across the top of the grid, the count the number of squares down the side of the grid. Then multiply these two numbers If you have a grid of 100 squares by 60 squares then the number of squares in the grid is 100x60 = 6000
10 / 25 = 4 *10 / 4 * 25 = 40 / 100 = 40%
It is not possible to answer in terms of a grid that cannot be seen, but a normal grid of 2 squares x 2 squares will have 5 squares.
It is a grid divided into 100 squares.
you simply count the number of shaded graphs inside the grid.