Q: What numbers between 30 and 100 go into multiples of 6 and numbers with a digit 2?

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what is the ratio of multiples of 3 between 1 and 100 to all numbers between 1 and 100

there are 50 prime numbers between 1-100 and of them 2,3,5,7 are single digit so that would leave 46 double digit prime numbers between 1-100

There are 720 of them. The three digit counting numbers are 100-999. All multiples of 5 have their last digit as 0 or 5. There are 9 possible numbers {1-9} for the first digit, There are 10 possible numbers {0-9} for each of the first digits, There are 8 possible numbers {1-4, 6-9} for each of the first two digits, Making 9 x 10 x 8 = 720 possible 3 digit counting numbers not multiples of 5.

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Multiples of 100 are numbers into which 100 will go with no remainder. 100, 200, 300, 400, 500,.....5000, 6000, 7000, 8000,.... 8200 etc are multiples of 100. With this information you can work out your answer. 7800, 7900, 8000, 8100, 8200

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The 3-digit counting numbers are 100 through 999 = 900 numbers.Half them are multiples of 2 (even numbers).The other half are not . . . 450 of them.

what is the ratio of multiples of 3 between 1 and 100 to all numbers between 1 and 100

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there are 50 prime numbers between 1-100 and of them 2,3,5,7 are single digit so that would leave 46 double digit prime numbers between 1-100

Any of its multiples up to 100

There are floor(100/8)=12 multiples of 8 between 1 and 100. 12/100*100=12%

There are 720 of them. The three digit counting numbers are 100-999. All multiples of 5 have their last digit as 0 or 5. There are 9 possible numbers {1-9} for the first digit, There are 10 possible numbers {0-9} for each of the first digits, There are 8 possible numbers {1-4, 6-9} for each of the first two digits, Making 9 x 10 x 8 = 720 possible 3 digit counting numbers not multiples of 5.