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Q: What is the inverse of 50 multiply by 10 500?

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"Of" means you should multiply them. 10%=.1 10% of 500=.1*500=50

Multiply alternately by 0.5 and 10.

50 = 0.1 x multiply both sides by 10 to get 1 x (or 100% of x) 500 = x therefore, 50 is 10% of 500

To get 10 percent of something, multiply that something to 0.1 which is the decimal equivalent of 10%.Example:10% of 500= 10% * 500= 0.1 * 500= 50

There are 10 millimeters in one centimeter, you multiply 50 X 10 = 500 millimeters.

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To find 10 percent of a value, multiply the value by 0.1. In this instance, 0.1 x 5000 = 500. Therefore, 10 percent of 5000 dollars is equal to 500 dollars.

50 x 10 = 500

There are lots of possible answers, so I will give you 3 examples: 1 and 500, 2 and 250, 10 and 50.

500 x 10% = 50

Yes it does. 500 is 50 tens or 50 x 10 = 500.

500/10 = 50 times

10% of 500 is 50.

There are fifty. 50 x 10 = 500

10 times. 500 divided by 50 = 10.

10 x 50 = 500

Just take the square root, then multiply by 50.

Yes. 50 times 10 is 500.

There are 10 millimetres in one centimetre. Therefore, 50 centimetres is equal to 50 x 10 = 500 millimetres.500

10 percent of 500 = 5010% of 500= 0.10 * 500= 50

500/10 = 50

500/10 = 50 times.

500 contains 50 multiples of 10.