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What is the HCF of 995?

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Answered 2013-10-21 23:09:03

The HCF of 995 is 995. But it's a factor as opposed to a common factor because there's only one number.

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35% of 995 = 35% * 995 = 0.35 * 995 = 348.25


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The only number that equals 995 is 995.


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The common factors of 995 and 100 are: 1 and 5 1 × 995 = 995 1 × 100 = 100 5 × 199 = 995 5 × 20 = 100 Hope this helps :)


First work out 40% of 995, which is 398Then deduct 398 from 995 to get 40% off, like this 995 minus 398 equals 597


Not evenly, as 995 is an odd number.


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It is 100*995/7995 = 12.4% approx.It is 100*995/7995 = 12.4% approx.It is 100*995/7995 = 12.4% approx.It is 100*995/7995 = 12.4% approx.


24% of 995.00= 24% * 995= 0.24 * 995= 238.80


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Santa Barbara - 1984 1-995 was released on: USA: 14 July 1988


10% of 995 is 99.5 so 995 - 99.5 = 895.5


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Gold that is 99.5% pure is 995 Gold. 999 Gold is gold that is 99.9% pure.


Since 995 is an integer, it is already rounded to the nearest fractional part.


The marlin model 995 was made between the years 1995-1999.


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Since there are 1000 grams in each kilogram, 995 grams is the same as 0.995 kilograms.


The marlin model 995 was made by marlin between the years 1995-1999.



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