Q: Ralph likes 25 but not 24 he likes 400 but not 300 he likes 144 but not 145?

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25,300,144

HCF(300, 144) = 12

The GCF is 12.

144/300 = 0.48 = 48%

144/600=62/300=31/100

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25,300,144

Ralph likes numbers that are square numbers.

Ralph only likes squares of numbers. He likes 25 (5 squared), 400 (20 squared), and 144 (12 squared).

Ralph likes squared numbers and doesn't like non-squared. The square of 5 is 25, 20 is 400 and 12 is 144. The numbers 24, 300, and 145 are not square numbers. Of the numbers 10, 50, 124, 200, and 1600, Ralph will like 1600 because 1600 is the square of 40.

25 = 5^2 400 = 20^2 144 = 12^2 If this is from Free-IQ Test, Answer choices were: 10, 50, 124, 200, 1600 CORRECT ANSWER: 40^2=1600

HCF(300, 144) = 12

The GCF is 12.

i think he does like 10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No, it's actually not 10. It's 1600. Because Ralph likes perfect square roots. The ones he like: √25 = 5 √400 = 20 √144 = 12 The ones he doesn't like: √24 = 4.898979486... √300 = 17.32050808... √145 = 12.04159458... The answer choices: √10 = 3.16227766... √50 = 7.071067812... √124 = 11.13552873... √200 = 14.14213562... √1600 = 40 And also, he likes 400 and not 300, not vice versa.

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144/300 = 0.48 = 48%

144/600=62/300=31/100

If you mean "how many 3x5-inch cards cover 300 sq. ft": 1 card = 3*5 =15 sq. in. = 15/144 sq. ft. (12x12 = 144 in^2 = 1 ft^2) N cards *15/144 = 300 N = (300*144)/15 = 2880