Q: How many arrays can you make with the number 16?

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16

25 - 9 = 16

16 number it have

4 times the number of tiles in the length of the rectangle.

Divide by 16 (the number of ounces in a pound) equals One pound (avdp).

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3 or 7 - depending on whether you count a transposed array as different. 1*64 2*32 4*16 8*8

16

If you mean how do you create an array with 16 elements, there are two ways: int a[16]; /* fixed size array of 16 integer elements */ int* b = malloc(16*sizeof(int)); /* variable length array with (initially) 16 integer elements */ Remember that variable length arrays allocated on the heap must be released as soon as they are no longer required: free (b); b=NULL;

The question does not make sense. 21/16 is one number: there is no second number in which it needs to go.

the number when multiplied by itself makes 16 = 4

1, 4, 9, 16

Small words make a difference. No prime number "has" a factor of 16. But 2 is the only prime number that "is" a factor of 16.

1 byte for 1 index item in 16-bit operating system

25 - 9 = 16

16 number it have

4 times the number of tiles in the length of the rectangle.

16 x 16