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There are infinite pairs of numbers that have a sum of 144.

72 +72 for instance

How about: 100+44 = 144 as one example

Q: What two number is equal 144?

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To find 87 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.87. In this instance, 0.87 x 144 = 125.28. Therefore, 87 percent of 144 is equal to 125.28.

10 squared is 100 12 squared is 144 100+144= 244 10+12= 22

144 and 143

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when 144 is squared it is the same as 12

you take 144 put this^ under it and take two number that equal the same number and keep doing that until you get nothing but prime numbers and circle them

12 squared (12 x 12) = 144

12*12 = 144

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One foot is equal to 0.3048 metres. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 144 metres is equal to 144 / 0.3048 = 472.44 feet.

144 is not prime. 144 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 3

Split the number in half and make an equation adding the two together to make the desired amount. Unless the number that is half the total is prime, adjust the first number down by an amount to make it a prime number, then adjust the second one up by an equal amount and check whether it is also a prime number. If the second number is also a prime number, you have found two prime numbers that equal the desired amount. If not, adjust the first number down to another prime number, repeating the procedure above until you have two prime numbers.If you split 144 in half, the result is 72. Take the equation 72 + 72 = 144. Since 71 is prime, adjust the first number down by 1 and the second number up by 1 to get 71 + 73 = 144. Since 73 is prime, too, you now have two prime numbers that add up to 144.

To find 25 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.25. In this instance, 0.25 x 144 = 36. Therefore, 25 percent of 144 is equal to 36.

To find 87 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.87. In this instance, 0.87 x 144 = 125.28. Therefore, 87 percent of 144 is equal to 125.28.

To measure an existing area: Assuming it is a rectangle, you measure length and width (in feet), then multiply (to get square feet). To get a rectangle that has that area: Find two numbers that, when multiplied, give 144. Then measure off a length equal to the first number, and a width equal to the second number.