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2500 thats easy how old are you because it sounds like your 5 but 5 re olds can't tYPe like that

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0well, half of 5000 is 2500 and half of 10000 is 5000 so 5000+2500=7500

No. 500,000 is half of one million.

50,000 is half of 100,000

5000 pounds because 2 tons is equal to 4000 pounds and half a ton is 1000 pounds so 4000 pounds + 1000 pounds = 5000 pounds (the answer is 5000 pounds)

That is the time it takes for one-half of certain types of atoms to disintegrate. For example, if you have a kilogram of C-14 atoms, after about 5000 years you will only have half a kilogram left - hence, its half-life is about 5000 years.

No! 5000 feet is about 1.542 kilometers so it's a half longer than a kilometer

A little over thirteen and a half years.

1/2 kilometre = 5000 centimetres

i would give half of it to charity and the rest of half i would keep for my house or problems

It is simply: 12.5*400 = 5000

It is 5000*(1.06)4*11/2 = 5000*1.0622 = 5000*3.064 approx = 18017.69 You realise, of course, that 6 percent quarterly is equivalent to over 26% per year!

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Applying BODMAS, 5 + (5000 x 3) - (1/2 x 1) = 15004.5

It means that you can't predict when an individual atom will decay. If a certain isotope has a half-life of 5000 years, that means that if you have a large number of atoms, half of them will decay after 5000 years. After another 5000 years, half of what is left will decay - only 1/4 of the original amount is left. For an individual atom, in the above example, there is a probability of 50% of decaying within 5000 years, a probability of 75% of decaying within 10,000 years, etc.

There are twelve and a half laps of a 400m track in a 5000m.

There is no special name for that. You could call it "5000 square meters".

1 ton = 2000 pounds 2.5 tons x 2000 pounds per ton = 5000 pounds Answer: 5000 pounds

Short Answer: 5000 BTUH is slightly less than 1/2 Ton (6000 BTUH) but it would still be considered a half ton unit.

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5000 + 5000 = 10,000

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