Q: What number is in the 15 times table and 27 times table?

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3(5-x) = 27 15 - 3x = 27 15 - 3x + 3x = 27 + 3x 15 = 27 + 3x 15 - 27 = 27 - 27 + 3x -12 = 3x -4 = x To check 3(5- -4) ? 27 15 - -12 ? 27 15 + 12 = 27

27 times 15 is equal to 405

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The number at the midpoint of these two numbers is (15 + 27)/2 = 21

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 thats already up to 10 times. hope that helps

As the definition of a prime number is 'a number that can only be divided by one or itself, and still leave a whole number.' Anything in the eight times table would be divisible by two and four. 27 can also be divided by both three and nine.

It is: 3*27 = 81

The answer is 135. 15 times 9 equals 135 27 times 5 equals 135

The 9 times table because 9*9 = 81 and 3*9 = 27

27*27 = 729

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I am guessing you want to know what number times 3 is 27. The answer is 9.