Q: How would you find a number between 3.2 and 3.26?

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Yes. Any number that ends in an even number (such as 326) is an even number. Or if you can divide it by 2.

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As a product of its prime factors: 2*163 = 326

326*104

430

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130, 131 onwards to 325

The whole numbers for 326 is also itself 326

Yes. Any number that ends in an even number (such as 326) is an even number. Or if you can divide it by 2.

By temporarily ignoring the decimal point. If someone asked you to find a number between 320 and 326, I'm assuming you would be able to come up with 321, 322, 323, 324, or 325. Put the decimal back in and you have five possible answers.

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A dozen is 12 and so 3912/12 = 326 which means 326 dozens = 3912

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As a product of its prime factors: 2*163 = 326

No, it is neither.

326*104

430

The number 325.8 million would be written as 325,800,000. A million has 6 zeros in it. This is a very large number. It is 200,000 short of 326 million (326,000,000).