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64/7=9.142857142857143

That is very confusing, I am only in 4th grade (5 in September), and I need a more simple answer, would it be 9.14, or 9.1? I need a more simple answer!

The Southern Ontario GEDSB (Grand Erie District School Board) Gr. 4 curriculum doesnβt really include that many numbers after the decimal point.

Q: How many 7s are in 64, how many times does 7cm go into 64cm, or how many times is 7cm in 64cm?

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There are 0.64 meters in 64 cm.

64 cm

A side length would be 64/4 which is 16 16 times 16 is 256

It is: 64/4 = 16 cm

radius = 64/(2*pi) = 10.186 cm rounded to 3 dp

64cm (8cm x 8 sides = 8 x 8 = 64).

We have no idea what "a 64cm square" means, since such a thing cannot exist. If you mean to say "a square with an area of 64 square cm", then its side length is 8 cm.

24 cm Well, perimeter is L+W times 2. 2(L+W)=P If P is 64 and L is 3W, then: 64=2(3W+W)=2(4W)=8W 8W=64 W=8 L=3W L=3(8)=24

It goes in 64 times.

522/64 = 8.15625 times.

how many times does 64 in 16

Perimeter of a square is given by 4a where 'a' is the side of square. Just put 64 equals to 4a which gives a=16