Q: What number goes into 1600 and 2000?

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1600/ 80% = 2000

To find 40 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.4. In this instance, 0.4 x 1600 = 640. Therefore, 40 percent of 1600 is equal to 640.

4/5 of 2000 pounds = 4*2000/5 pounds = 1600 pounds

To find 4 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.04. In this instance, 0.04 x 1600 = 64. Therefore, 4 percent of 1600 is equal to 64.

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To find 80 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.8. In this instance, 0.8 x 2000 = 1600. Therefore, 80 percent of 2000 is equal to 1600.

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2000

The front end estimate is 2000. But estimating a single number, in isolation and without context, is a complete waste of time. It all comes down to the context of what needs to be done with the number.If I had to add 1600 to 1 trillion, I would estimate it as 0.If I had to add 1600 to 0.0000000001, I would use the number as given. If I had to divide it by 30, I would estimate it as 1590, because 1590/30 = 159/3 = 53. If I had to divide it by 33, I would estimate the answer as follows:1600/33 = 1600/(100/3) = 1600*(3/100) = (1600/100)*3 = 16*3 = 48.[exact answer = 48.4848... ]

No. Tradition holds that it started around 2000 BCE, but archaeological evidence goes back to 1600 BCE.

fourth fifths of 2000 = 1600

it is 3,600

400, 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, 2400 +400 . . .

There are two ways to solve this: Find the difference by subtracting the smaller number from the larger. 3600 - 400 = 3200 Divide the difference by two. 3200 / 2 = 1600 Add that quotient to the smaller number. 400 + 1600 = 2000 Secondly, the mid point is also the average (for most cases) 400+ 3600 = 4000 4000 / 2 = 2000