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The factors of 1147 are: 1, 31, 37, and 1147. The prime factors of 1147 are: 31 and 37.

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1147 is a composite number. To be a prime number, it would have to be divisible only by itself and 1, however it is also divisible by 31 and 37.

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10% of 1147 is 114.7. This is because, to find a percent, you divide the percent by 100, because the percent is out of one hundred, which leaves you with 0.1 (10/100) then you… multiply this by your number you are finding that percent of, and here we can use mental math, by moving the decimal point over one to the left: 1147 > 114.7. (MORE)

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"Those who have travelled in South Africa and spent some time in Kwazulu-Natal might have visited the Valley of Dinizulu." Solution: First if all, the question is missing s…ome numbers. It should read: " code: 3 2261 86 133 19 365 6 23 365 1922 2 70499 259 3 19 6095 11 41 325 493 61 \n78 17 7 47 6 517 286 3053 505 37 1147 13 15 7285 1 1 3819 19 365 146 187 33 2 \n87 19 146 4805 118 7 53 4147 1111 37 1147 " The first difficulty in solving the problem is figuring out where to start. Basically, the problem is encoded such that every letter has a prime number assigned to it. The next step is to factor each word into its primes so that the code can be solved. The next difficulty is realizing that when factoring, the numbers can go in any order (making the code more or less a scrambled cryptogram). For example, the clue: 3, 7, (2,7,23,79), (3,3,7,13,), 7, (2,79) corresponds to T, O, (B,E,O,R), (N,O,T,T), O, (B,E) Therefore, T=3, O=7, R=13 and B and E are either 2 or 79. Solving the code requires some guessing and checking, but can be done in the end. The final difficulty may arise from never hearing of "Kwazulu-Natal" or "Dinizulu," which complicates the cipher some. (MORE)

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Yes - there are 1000 metres in one kilometre. Therefore, 1147 metres is equal to 1147/1000 = 1.147 kilometres.

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It is probably not mis-stamped. Most likely the number 9 becamepartly filled in on the die and only a part of the number shows.Sometimes if the number is completely filled in …the number does notshow at all. (MORE)