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Q: Why do you multiply 52?

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For examplr: 4*13 = 52

* Multiply by 10 (by addind a zero to the right of the number), * then double: Example - multiply 52 by 20: 52 x 10 = 520 double 520 = 1040

1 and 52 2 and 26 4 and 13

40*52 = 2,080. If you need to calculate this in your head, an easy way is to first multiply 52 by 4 instead of 40. That will give you an answer of 208. Then you can multiply by 10 to get 2,080.

A quarter is 0.25 dollars. Just multiply 52 x 0.25.

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To convert 52 over 100 to a percent, simple divide 52 by 100 and then multiply the answer by 100. 52/100 = 0.52. When you multiply this by 100, you get 52 again. So 52 is 52% of 100.

If you are asking what 75% of 52 is, then the answer is 39. You can find this by multiply 0.75 by 52.

it is 5200

4 x 13 = 52

208

4940

To convert 52 to a percent you multiply by 100. So, 52 × 100 = 5,200%

If you want 52 minus 25% of 52, then multiply 52 by .25 and subtract the result from 52.

For examplr: 4*13 = 52

* Multiply by 10 (by addind a zero to the right of the number), * then double: Example - multiply 52 by 20: 52 x 10 = 520 double 520 = 1040

1x52 2x26 4x13

Multiply by 52.

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