Q: Calculate 3 3 3 equals 6?

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To calculate area, or cm2, the length and width must be multiplied. For example, a length of 2 cm and a width of 3 cm equals an area of 6 cm.

15 plus -3 equals 12 12 divided by -6 equals -2

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It is: 6/2 = 3

yes because 6 to 3 equals 6:3

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No! It equals 15, but 9-6=3.

To calculate area, or cm2, the length and width must be multiplied. For example, a length of 2 cm and a width of 3 cm equals an area of 6 cm.

x = -3; y = 6; 6y/x = 6(6)/-3 = 36/-3 = -12

15 plus -3 equals 12 12 divided by -6 equals -2

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3+4+6 easily equals 13. There is a few ways to do it. 3+4 equals seven. Then add 6 and you get 13. 3+6 equals nine. Then add 4 and you get 13. 4+6 equals ten. Then add 3 and you get 13.

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It is: 6/2 = 3

yes because 6 to 3 equals 6:3

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