Q: What is 512 minus 313?

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512/16 − 11/16 = 501/16 or 315/16

1 and 313 (313 is a prime number).

712 - 512 = 200 7(12) - 5(12) = 24 7x - 5x = 2x, or 2 twelve

x x 313 = (x)(313) = 313x

512

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512/16 − 11/16 = 501/16 or 315/16

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No never If you add an odd number to another odd number it will result in even number eg. 1+3=4, 7+9=16, 211+313=524 etc Even if you add even to even it results in even only eg. 2+2=4, 210+512=722 etc But if you add an Even no with an Odd number it will always result in an odd sum eg. 2+3=5, 313+512=825 etc.

It is: 512 because 1*512 = 512 and 16*32 = 512

55% of 512= 55% * 512= 0.55 * 512= 281.6

712 - 512 = 200 7(12) - 5(12) = 24 7x - 5x = 2x, or 2 twelve

1 and 313 (313 is a prime number).

x -512 = 0 Add 512 to both sides of the equation. x = 512