Q: What number is 10 more than 42?

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The number is 18 because 2*(18)+6 = 42

2 and 7 are prime numbers less than 10 that are factors of 42 and 70.

42<n<95. Also, since it is over 42, then that would be every number over forty-two. However, seeing as it must be less than ninety-five, it is every number that is over 42 but less than 95.

6*7 is 42 42+5=49

The square of a number is the number multiplied by itself. Therefore the square of the number 4 written normally as 42 is = 4*4 = 16. Five more than 42 would therefore be =(4*4)+5 = 21.

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It is: (90-42)+24 = 72

The number is 18 because 2*(18)+6 = 42

2 and 7 are prime numbers less than 10 that are factors of 42 and 70.

No, 42 is a composite number, not a prime number. 42 is divisible by 2, 3, and 7. 42 has more than two factors and so it is a composite number. All even numbers greater than 2 are composite.

42<n<95. Also, since it is over 42, then that would be every number over forty-two. However, seeing as it must be less than ninety-five, it is every number that is over 42 but less than 95.

It is a composite number because it has more than 2 factors

6*7 is 42 42+5=49

42/10 = 41/5

The square of a number is the number multiplied by itself. Therefore the square of the number 4 written normally as 42 is = 4*4 = 16. Five more than 42 would therefore be =(4*4)+5 = 21.

33 - 9 = 24

Multiples of 42"Common" requires more than one number... ...multiples of 42 are 84, 126, 168, 210, etc.But there would have to be another number in order for 42 to have a common multiple.

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