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Sum of 150?
It is so verysimple and quick to get the answer, especially since, IF you need it, you can use the calculator thatcomes with your computer. But since you are obviously not ab…le todo so, the answer is (150*6800)/(150+6800) = 1,020,000/6950 =146.8, approx.
150*6800/(150+6800) = 1020000/6950 = 146.7626 (to 4 dp)
The sum of 3 consecutive odd integers is less than 150. What are the largest possible values for the integers?
The largest possible values for the integers are 47, 49, and 51.
I guess you mean: what two numbers sum to 31 and multiply together to get 150? 6 & 25 (6 + 25 = 31, 6 x 25 = 150)
here are some 144 4 1 1 9 16 25 100 1 36 49 64
it is 6
Find the measure of an angle such that the sum of the measures of its complement and its supplement is 150 degrees?
Very simple, let's mount a linear system: x=measure of the angle; y=supplement; z=complement: I:x+y= 180; II:x+z= 90; III: y+z= 150; Summing I with II we h…ave: I+II: 2x+y+z= 270; III: y+z=150 Now, subtracting III from I+II we have a simple equation: 2x=120; >x= 60< So, the angle whose sum of the measures of its complements and supplement is 150, has 60 degrees.
Any number between 350 and 375 would fit that range. Mathematically speaking, 150 + (350,375) = (500,525), where the brackets are intervals, not coordinates.
The average of the three numbers is 50, so the other two must be 48 and 52.
49+50+51=150 General rule for this kind of question: divide the number you're trying to obtain (150) by the number of integers you're allowed (3), and then simply add one an…d subtract one until you have the specified number of integers.
Let x=1st integer x+1=2nd integer x+2=3rd integer 5(x+x+1+x+2)=150 5(3x+3)=150 15x+15=150 15x=135 x=9 So you put what x is 1st integer (x)= 9 Since it's th…ree consecutive integers, you add one to the 2nd integer 2nd integer (x+1)= 10 Then you do the same thing for the third integer 3rd integer (x+2)= 11
That would be 6.
The sum of three consecutive even integers that give you 151 and tha sum of three consecutive odd integers that give you 150?
There are no such answers. The sum of even numbers is even. The sum of odd numbers could be even, but the sum of three consecutive odd numbers is a…lways odd. One could swap the questions to get potentially answerable questions: Sum of 3 consecutive EVEN integers = 150 48 + 50 + 52 = 150 unfortunately, we can already see that if we were to make these odd integers (add 1 to each), we would get 153, not 151. Sum of 3 consecutive ODD integers = 151 49 + 51 + 53 = 153 47 + 49 + 51 = 147 We can see that, whenever we slide our three consecutive integers up one, we raise the value of the sum up 3, and if we jump from odd to odd, or even to even, we raise each integer by 2, so we raise the sum by 6.
The sum of is the total of everything being summed; the sum total. Thus the sum of a, b and c is therefore a + b + c.
150*151/2 = 11325