Q: How can you write 85 times 14 in a expression?

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85 + c; 85 + (-11) = 74

14 with remainder 1.

85 as a division expression is 85/1. The principal fractional form is also 85/1 but you can calculate equivalent rational fractions if you multiply both, its numerator and denominator, by any non-zero integer.

17 goes into itself once and it goes into 85 5 times. So write 17/85 as (17x1)/(17x5) and cancel the 17s. What is left is 1/5/

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85 + c; 85 + (-11) = 74

85*2+m

85+c 85+(-11)=85

85 ÷ 14 = 6 with remainder 1

14, remainder 1

77

14 with remainder 1.

This is an expression of a price (possibly of the euro) expressed in British currency as "decimal pence" (1/100 pound). This would be written as "85 and 14 hundredths pence" or "85 point one four pence".

80 < 22n < 85

-85

85%

85 as a division expression is 85/1. The principal fractional form is also 85/1 but you can calculate equivalent rational fractions if you multiply both, its numerator and denominator, by any non-zero integer.