Q: What do you get when you multiply a number by 1?

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When you multiply a number by 1, it stays the same. When you multiply a number by a number greater than 1, it increases. When you multiply a number by a number that is less than 1 (a proper fraction), it decreases.

You can multiply 1: by 63.

600

That would be the number 1.

To increase a number by a certain percent, multiply it by (1 + n/100). For example, to increase a number by 15 percent, multiply it by (1 + 15/100), or 1.15. To decrease a number by 15 percent, multiply it by (1 - 15/100), or 0.85.

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When you multiply a number by 1, it stays the same. When you multiply a number by a number greater than 1, it increases. When you multiply a number by a number that is less than 1 (a proper fraction), it decreases.

When you multiply a number by 1, you get the same number back. Ex. 10x1=10

multiply 1/1788 with 1788 to get 1.

Multiply it by 1/6,139

You can multiply 1: by 63.

It depends. If you start with a positive number, then multiply by a positive greater than one and the answer is greater; multiply by 1 and the answer is the same; multiply by a number between 0 and 1 and the answer is smaller; multiply by 0 and the answer is 0; multiply by a number less than 0 and the answer is negative.

600

That would be the number 1.

To get to answer of 1 in a multiplication problem such as this you multiply the given number by it's inverse. In your example: 7069 * 1/7069 = 1

Multiply by a number less than 1.

To find ten percent of a number, multiply the number by 1/10, or .1 You can also divide it by ten.

-231. To get the opposite of a number, multiply it by -1.