Q: What is the difference between 29 and 63?

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63

29 - 16 = 13

The answer is 24.

The answer to this equation would be 63. The "difference" is the comparative analysis of the values, a set of 81 elements has 63 more elements than a set having 18 elements. Or 81-18 = 63.

Mean = (27+27+29+32+35)/5 = 150/5 = 30 Median = 29 Difference = 1

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its 63

63 - 44.6 = 18.4

It is: 63-48 = 15

63% of 29 is 18.27. You find this by multiplying .63 by 29.

63

63

63 - 29 = 34

63 x 29 = 1827

29 - 16 = 13

82 - 29 = 53

The answer is 24.

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