Q: Which number added to 59 equals 75?

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63+59+75 = 197

The additive inverse of a number is a number, when added to the original number, equals 0. Here, that number would be 75.

The GCF is 1... since 59 is a prime number.

It is 59, the middle number when they are arranged in order.

725 - 75 = 650

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1 x 75, 3 x 25, 5 x 15 = 75

1 x 75, 3 x 25, 5 x 15 = 75

Divide the small number by the large number and multiply by 100, gives you the percent. 52 divided by 75 equals .69333 infinity, multiplied by 100 equals 69.33 percent.

To find mode first order your numbers from largest to smallest. 75, 62, 59, 49, 47. Now remove the biggest & smallest, and repeat until you have one number left. 75, 62, 59, 49, 47. 75, 62, 59, 49, 47. We're left with 59. So the mode of M{75,62,59,49,47} = 59.

59, 61, 67, 71 and 73.

1 x 75, 3 x 25, 5 x 15 and their reverses.

1 times 75 equals 75.

-70

If 50 percent (half) of a number is 125, then the number is 250 (125 * 2). To find 75 percent of 250, multiply 250 * .75: (250 * .75 = 187.5)

the answer to this would be 0.16 x 75 which equals 12

It is: 59/75 times 100 = 78.67% rounded to two decimal places

75% of 59= 75% x 59= 0.75 x 59= 44.25

75 added with 20 = 95

They are: 53, 59, 61, 67, 71 and 73

75 percent of something has to be smaller than the original number. Multiply .75 times 12.99, which equals 9.74.

5 times 13 is on of the number pairs.

30

330

It is 79%.

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