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Q: What number is 100 times larger than three quarters?

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The larger number is 12.

Six quarters - or 1 1/2

You get 3 quarters of a number by multiplying the number by .75; or you can multiply it by .25 and then multiply the product by 3. Or, you can multiply the number by 3, and then divide the product by 4.Half it and half it again. Then times it by 3

You can work out three quarters of something by dividing by the numerator (bottom number) which would be 4 by the number you are finding three quarters of. Then you would times the answer of that by the denominator (Top number) and you will have the answer. For example: 3/4 of 60 60 divided by 4 = 15 15 times 3 = 45 So, 3/4 of 60 = 45 Or you could find a quarter of the number and take the quarter away from the whole number.

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divide by 3 then times by 4

The larger number is 12.

just times 3/4 by the number of centimeter or millimeters. simple really

Six quarters - or 1 1/2

You get 3 quarters of a number by multiplying the number by .75; or you can multiply it by .25 and then multiply the product by 3. Or, you can multiply the number by 3, and then divide the product by 4.Half it and half it again. Then times it by 3

You can work out three quarters of something by dividing by the numerator (bottom number) which would be 4 by the number you are finding three quarters of. Then you would times the answer of that by the denominator (Top number) and you will have the answer. For example: 3/4 of 60 60 divided by 4 = 15 15 times 3 = 45 So, 3/4 of 60 = 45 Or you could find a quarter of the number and take the quarter away from the whole number.

48 times three, divide by four...

Peggy had three times as many quarters as nickels. She had $1.60 in all. How many nickels and how many quarters did she have?

Divid your number by 4 then times that number by 3 eg. 20 divide 4 equals 5 5 times 3 equals 15

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