Q: How would you know if the factor is correct?

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use long division.

Yes.

Yes, that is correct.

If we remember that all percentages are based off 100% then we know that any percent is going to be over 100.A way to remember this would be - Imagine you received a test back and you got 97 out of 100 correct. Well that would give you a 97%. If you got a 62 or 35 out of a 100, it would be 62% or 35%.So we know the answer is 35/100. Now to reduce it - we need to find a common factor of both numbers. Anytime a number ends in five (5), we can assume 5 is a factor of it.35/5 / 100/5 = 7/20So the correct final answer is: 35% reduced to it's simplest form is 7/20.

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Multiply them together.

He or she would be correct.

I don't know if this is correct or not but I think it is 7(3c-5). Can someone tell me if that is correct or not; thank you

Yes, that is correct.

May I know who you are - would be the correct form.

That is correct.

they would know the correct formla

Age is one factor that I know about.

If it has more than two factors. If you find a third factor, you know.

The correct punctuation is: They wanted to know when you would visit them again?

use long division.

The sentence "How much does it cost?" is a correct interrogative sentence (a question).However, the form "how much it costs" is also correct when used in a declarative sentence, "I don't know how much it costs." or "How much it costs is not a factor."