Q: What number times what get you 47?

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47 - 15, D16

1, 2, 47, and 94 are the factors of 94. 1 x 94 = 94 and 2 x 47 = 94.

2a + b = 47; a + 3b = 81 ie a = 81 - 3b so - 162 - 6b + b = 47 ie 5b = 115 so b = 23 and a = 12

189 / 4 = 47.25 = 47 1/4 Normally an integer is expected when the number that can go into X a certain number of times is requested, in which case there is no such number.

47 is a prime number because there are only 1 and 47

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No, 7 does not go into 47 a whole number of times.

47

n = number. 47 * n + 4 or 47(n + 4)

23 times. (As a whole number.)

47/47 = 1, so 47/47 + 47/47 + 47/47 + ... 47/47 = 2012 if you do it 2012 times. This isn't a mathematical analysis question, by the way. Analysis is actually a very advanced math topic.

1, 2, 47, and 94 are the factors of 94. 1 x 94 = 94 and 2 x 47 = 94.

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Suppose the number is N. Then 2N - 4 = 47 2N = 51 N = 25.5

the number 4 goes into 47 eleven times with a remainder of .75 so it would be 11.75

47 times.

1 × 47 = 47

2a + b = 47; a + 3b = 81 ie a = 81 - 3b so - 162 - 6b + b = 47 ie 5b = 115 so b = 23 and a = 12