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# Is 800 divisivble by 2 3 5 9 10?

It IS divisible by 2 & 10... but NOT by 3, 5 or 9.

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It is divisible by 2, 5 and 10, but not 3 and 9.

2, 5, and 10 . . . Yes. 3 and 9 . . . . . . No.

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3% of \$800 = \$243% of \$800= 3% * \$800= 0.03 * \$800= \$24

2/5 - 3/10 = (2&times;2)/(5&times;2) - 3/10 = 4/10 - 3/10 = (4-3)/10 = 1/10.

Jim makes \$320 and Alicia makes \$480. The algebraic equations are: J = 2/3 A J + A = 800 2/3 A + A = 800 5/3 A = 800 5A = 2400 A = 480 J = 2/3 (480) = 320

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In words: three million, nine hundred and eighty five thousand, eight hundred. In numbers: 3 000 000 + 900 000 + 80 000 + 5000 + 800 In powers: 3 x 10 to the power of 6 + 9 x 10 to the power of 5 + 8 x 10 to the power of 4 + 5 x 10 to the power of 3 + 8 x 10 to the power of 2.

19 million 888 thousand 800 in expanded form is 1 x 107+ 9 x 10 6 + 8 x 10 5 + 8 x 10 4 + 8 x 10 3 + 8 x 10 2

Here are possibilities of what you mean: a: (3-2)(x-2)=10 Solution: (3-2)(x-2)=10 1(x-2)=10 x-2=10/1 x=10+2=12 b: 3-2(x-2)=10 Solution: 3-2(x-2)=10 3-10=2(x-2) -7=2x-4 -3=2x x=-3/2=-1.5

1+2+3+4 = 10 ---------------------- For this question there is actually a whole lot of answers... for example: ((1 &#65291; 2) &#65291; 3) &#65291; 4 &#65309; 10 ((1 &times; 2) &times; 3) &#65291; 4 &#65309; 10 (1 &#65291; 2) &#65291; (3 &#65291; 4) &#65309; 10 1 &#65291; (2 &#65291; 3) &#65291; 4 &#65309; 10 1 &times; (2 &times; 3) &#65291; 4 &#65309; 10 1 &#65291; ((2 &#65291; 3) &#65291; 4) &#65309; 10 1 &times; ((2 &times; 3) &#65291; 4) &#65309; 10 1 &#65291; (2 &#65291; (3 &#65291; 4)) &#65309; 10 ((1 &#65291; 2) &#65291; 4) &#65291; 3 &#65309; 10 (1 &#65291; 2) &#65291; (4 &#65291; 3) &#65309; 10 So Manny Diffrent way's you can use four numbers to equal 10.

2/3 &divide; 3/10 = 2/3 &times; 10/3 = 20/9 = 2 2/9

6*10^9 / 2*10^3 = (6/2) * 10^9 / 10^2 = 3*10^(9-3) = 3*10^6 or 3 million.

10 - 3 + 2 = 2 is a false statement. 10 - 3 + 2 = 9

10 + 3 &times; 2 = 10 + (3 &times; 2) = 10 + 6 = 16

There are a few ways you can find what 800 increased by 30 percent is. 1) You can find 30% of 800 by multiplying 800 with 0.3 and then adding the two together. 2) you can just multiply 800 by 1.3 and directly get the answer. With these two, you should know that to convert a percentage into a decimal, you move the decimal point two spots over (123.4% = 1.234) 3) If you don't have a calculator, you can find an easy percentage and multiply it so you get 30% (for example: 10% of 800 = 80. 10% times 3 = 30% so 80 times 3 = 240. Therefore, 30% of 800 is 240.) In any case, the answer would be 1040.

sevem by two percent of 800 is 3 and 1/2 percent of 800 or 0.035 x 800 = 3.5 x 8 = 28.0

12 and 2/3 I'm sure you meant 66 and 2/3

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