About twenty-five years.
Shakespeare's plays were performed shortly after they were written, which was over the course of twenty-five years or so.
I'll go with thee: Thy fifty yet doth double five-and-twenty, And thou art twice her love. Is from Act 2, Scene IV of King Lear
a ratio meaning the first number is twenty five times greater then the second
Eight times twenty-five times twenty-three is equal to 4,600.
Five times four is twenty. Twenty plus five is twenty-five. Twenty-five over five is five. The answer is five.
You get a thousand times the counting number. Thus three becomes three thousand, Twenty five becomes twenty five thousand, and so on.
If you mean twenty-four twenty-fifths of 75, the answer is 72. Twenty-five times 3 is seventy-five, twenty-four times 3 is seventy-two.
Twenty is 4 times bigger than five.
Five times twenty is one hundred (5 x 20 = 100).