Q: What is three times larger than 6?

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8 x 6 = 48. Therefore, 48 is 6 times larger than 8.

13 and 6

12 (2 x 6 = 12)

"How many times" and "how many times more" are often confused. 8 is four times 2 8 is three times more than 2. The logic underlying the second statement is as follows: 8 is 6 MORE than 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. (I) 6 is three times 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. (2) Substituting for 6, from (2) into (1) gives 8 is [three times 2] more than 2 and that is collapsed (simplified) to 8 is three times more than 2. Given any pair of positive numbers, X and Y Y is (Y/X - 1) times more than X.

larger 2/3 = 4/6 4/6 - 1/6 = 3/6

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Six is two times greater than three (hint: you divide 6 by 3). ================================ Actually, six is two times three. You can also say that six is two times AS GREAT AS three. But six is one time GREATER THAN three. Nine is three times three. Nine is three times as great as three. But nine is two times greater than three.

"How many times" and "how many times more" are often confused. 8 is four times 2 8 is three times more than 2. The logic underlying the second statement is as follows: 8 is 6 MORE than 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. (I) 6 is three times 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. (2) Substituting for 6, from (2) into (1) gives 8 is [three times 2] more than 2 and that is collapsed (simplified) to 8 is three times more than 2. Given any pair of positive numbers, X and Y Y is (Y/X - 1) times more than X.

The sum of three times a number and its square is 10 more than 6 times a number?

larger 2/3 = 4/6 4/6 - 1/6 = 3/6