Q: Which 2 halves of a clock equals the same in numbers?

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3*3*3 = 27

The only number that equals 19 is 19 .

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Scalene because only one of the numbers are the same

"Two halves of the same walnut" comes from President Harry Truman's speech promoting the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan.

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Two halves is the same as a whole, in other words two halves equals one. In symbols, 2/2=1. So the question is how many fourths equal 1? The answer is 4/4 =1.

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50+50=100.

34

There is no such numbers.If you used 9 and -4 then you will get 5 when you add them but you will get -36 when you multiply them.

If you're looking at a digital clock, the reading remains the same if you flip it vertically because the numbers are symmetrical and appear the same upside down. However, if it's an analog clock, the hands will appear to be in reverse, but the time remains the same due to the circular nature of the clock face.

3*3*3 = 27

i think its 17

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The only number that equals 19 is 19 .

As an improper fraction 7 halves is 7/2

8 + 8 + 8 = 24