Q: Challenging math equations that equal 100?

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27 x 100 = 2700

#1-3*20=60+2*20=100 #2- 200/2=100 #3- 2*20=40+2*20=80+2*10=100

What are the values of x in the following equations showing work:- i. x squared +25 = 100 ii. x/15 -65 = 100 iii. x cubed +73 = 100 Answers:- i. x = square root of 75 ii. x = 2475 iii. x = 3

It is not possible to answer the question sensibly because something that one person finds challenging could be easy for another.

Start with the equation:x = 100 Then, do different transformations, doing the same thing to both sides of the equation - you might add the same number to both sides, then multiply by some number, then add again; or at some point you might square both sides, or apply exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions. You can make it as challenging as you want, this way.

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27 x 100 = 2700

#1-3*20=60+2*20=100 #2- 200/2=100 #3- 2*20=40+2*20=80+2*10=100

What are the values of x in the following equations showing work:- i. x squared +25 = 100 ii. x/15 -65 = 100 iii. x cubed +73 = 100 Answers:- i. x = square root of 75 ii. x = 2475 iii. x = 3

It is not possible to answer the question sensibly because something that one person finds challenging could be easy for another.

Start with the equation:x = 100 Then, do different transformations, doing the same thing to both sides of the equation - you might add the same number to both sides, then multiply by some number, then add again; or at some point you might square both sides, or apply exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions. You can make it as challenging as you want, this way.

100 multiplied by 100 is 10,000.

100/1 200/2 300/3 400/4 and so on. Hope you get the idea!

some equations dont have answers like 100 divided by 45.989 impossible.

It is difficult to answer this question because something that one person might find challenging could be easy to another.

One hectometre is equal to 100 metres.

No. There's 100 cm to one meter, you do the math.