Answer:
The answer is 180.

12 times 15 equals 180

18 times 10 equals 180

20 times 9 equals 180

12 times 15 equals 180

18 times 10 equals 180

20 times 9 equals 180

Answer:

**Answer: 180**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Why is the pizza box square the pizza circle and the slices triangles

0 is in quadrant III and cos^2 0=1/4

You have prizes to reveal! Go to your game board. xThe surface area of this cube is 96 square meters. What is the value of y?9 m6 m4 m3 m

Are z³ and 3z equivelent?explain

Tomas learned that the product of the polynomials (a + b)(a2 – ab + b2) was a special pattern that would result in a sum of cubes, a3 + b3. His teacher put four products on the board and asked the class to identify which product would result in a sum of cubes if a = 2x and b = 1.

0 is in quadrant III and cos^2 0=1/4

You have prizes to reveal! Go to your game board. xThe surface area of this cube is 96 square meters. What is the value of y?9 m6 m4 m3 m

Are z³ and 3z equivelent?explain

Tomas learned that the product of the polynomials (a + b)(a2 – ab + b2) was a special pattern that would result in a sum of cubes, a3 + b3. His teacher put four products on the board and asked the class to identify which product would result in a sum of cubes if a = 2x and b = 1.

I believe there are 2300 pencils because 23 x 100 = 2300

Hoped this helped!

Hoped this helped!

2300 because since there are 23 boxes and 100 pencils in each box, you'd do 23*100 to get 2300pencils in the supply cabinet

**Answer:**

6 cars

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Simple and fast division.

6 cars (D) is the answer to the question because you divide the fractions

40th multiples of 15 is 40 x 15 = **600**

50th multiples of 15 is 50 x 15 =**750**

50th multiples of 15 is 50 x 15 =

A -8/6

B -6/8

C-6/-8

D 8/6

The answer is B. -6/8 since the value of the fraction stays the same and there is only one negative in it, to indicate that the whole fraction is negative.

The factors are what the number is divisible by.

72- 1,2,3,4,6,8,9,12,18,24,36,72

96- 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,16, 24, 32, 48, 96

The common factors are 1,2,3,4,6,8,12 and 24.

Hope this helps

72- 1,2,3,4,6,8,9,12,18,24,36,72

96- 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,16, 24, 32, 48, 96

The common factors are 1,2,3,4,6,8,12 and 24.

Hope this helps

so the factors are the numbers that make up the number so (exg factors of 6 are 2 and 3)

3*2 means 3 times 2

72=2*2*2*3*3

96=4*4*3*2*2*2

we can see that the common factor is (3*2*2*2 or 24)

3*2 means 3 times 2

72=2*2*2*3*3

96=4*4*3*2*2*2

we can see that the common factor is (3*2*2*2 or 24)

Relax, settle down, forget about the problems for a minute, and think

about "half-life" until you're sure you understand what it means.

"Half life"means the length of time it takes for half of the shaky atoms that

you started with to fall apart. If you start with 100 of them, then 50 of them

die in the first half-life. If you start with 2 million of them, then 1 million of

them die in the first half-life. If you start with 2 radioactive atoms, then

one or the other will decay during the first half-life.

In this problem, you started with 96 grams of radioactive chromium.

Half of it ... 48 grams ... decays away in the first half-life.

What happens after that ? Exactly the same thing.

You start the next half-life with 48 grams of radioactive chromium.

Half of that ... 24 grams ... decays away in the next half-life.

After two half-lifes, you have 1/4 of what you started with.

about "half-life" until you're sure you understand what it means.

"Half life"means the length of time it takes for half of the shaky atoms that

you started with to fall apart. If you start with 100 of them, then 50 of them

die in the first half-life. If you start with 2 million of them, then 1 million of

them die in the first half-life. If you start with 2 radioactive atoms, then

one or the other will decay during the first half-life.

In this problem, you started with 96 grams of radioactive chromium.

Half of it ... 48 grams ... decays away in the first half-life.

What happens after that ? Exactly the same thing.

You start the next half-life with 48 grams of radioactive chromium.

Half of that ... 24 grams ... decays away in the next half-life.

After two half-lifes, you have 1/4 of what you started with.