# the numbers M and N are different numbers selected from the first 25 counting numbers: If M is larger than N, what is the smallest value that M * N over M-N could have?

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1. ## Math

1. Which expression is equivalent to (-2)(a+6)? A. -2a+6 B. 2a+12 C. -2a-12*** D. -2a+12 2. To which sets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? Choose all subsets that apply. (There's two right answers) Whole Numbers Rational Numbers*** Integers***

2. ## Algebra

To which subset of real numbers does the following number belong? square root of 7 A)rational numbers B)irrational numbers****** C)whole numbers, integers, rational numbers D)whole numbers, natural numbers, integers

3. ## Algebra

To which subsets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? Choose all subsets that apply. (2 points) whole numbers rational numbers* integers* irrational numbers natural numbers A square football field has an area of 479 ft^2. What is the approximate

4. ## math

A. Find 3 pairs of numbers for which the least common multiple equals the product of the the 2 numbers. B. Look at the pairs of numbers you found in part a. What is true about all 3 pairs of numbers?

5. ## statistics

A daily lottery is conducted in which two winning numbers are selected out of 100 numbers. How many different combinations of winning numbers are possible?

6. ## Algebra

Order the following numbers from least to greatest. √5, -0.1, (-5/3), 0.7, √2 a. 0.7, √2, (-5/3), √5, -0.1 b. √5, √2, 0.7, (-5/3), -0.1 c. (-5/3), -0.1, 0.7, √2, √5 ? d. -0.1, 0.7, √2, √5, (-5/3) To which subsets of real numbers does

7. ## Algebra

Choose which group of sets the following number belongs to. Be sure to account for ALL sets. 2/5 A. Real numbers, rational numbers. B. Real numbers, irrational numbers. C. Rational numbers, natural numbers, integers. D. Irrational numbers, natural numbers.

8. ## math

Can someone help me with prime and composite numbers? Prime numbers are counting numbers that can be divided evenly bt only two numbers:1 and themselves. A prime number can also be described as a counting number with exactly two factors, 1 and itself. So,

9. ## Precalc

To which set(s) of numbers does the number sqrt -16 belong? Select all that apply. real numbers complex numbers*** rational numbers imaginary numbers*** irrational numbers I can only pick two, and that's what I think it is. Please check? Thanks

10. ## Math help Ms. Sue please

1. Name the subset(s) of real numbers to which the number zero belongs. You can choose more than one answer. Irrational numbers Integers Whole numbers Natural numbers 2. Write an algebraic expression for the word phrase: the quotient of r and 12. r * 12 r

11. ## Statistics

A certain lottery has 29 numbers. In how many different ways can 6 of the numbers be selected? Assume that order of selection is not important

12. ## Math

Which set of best describes the numbers used on a scale for a standard thermometer? A.whole numbers B.rational numbers C.real numbers D.integers I choose Real Numbers if I am incorrect can you explain why.

13. ## algebra

List all the numbers from the given set that are, a.natural numbers b.whole numbers c.integers d.rational numbers, e.irrational numbers {-9,-4/5,0,0.25,ã3,9.2,ã100}

14. ## math

Which statements are true for irrational numbers written in decimal form? A. Irrational numbers are nonterminating. B. Irrational numbers are repeating. C. Irrational numbers are nonrepeating. D. Irrational numbers are terminating.

15. ## math

Keno is a casino game in which the player has a card with the numbers 1 through 80 on it. The player selects a set of k numbers from the card, where k can range from one to fifteen. The "caller" announces twenty winning numbers, chosen at random from the

16. ## math

which graphic organizer correctly groups the following numbers 2.9, -7, 5, 1.8 A. Rational Numbers: 2.9, 1.8 Integers: Whole Numbers: -7, 5 B. Rational Numbers: Integers: -7, 5 Whole Numbers: 2.9, 1.8 C. Rational Numbers: 2.9, 1.8 Integers: -7 Whole

17. ## Algebra

To Which subset of real numbers does the number 1/5 belong? A irrational numbers B rational numbers c whole numbers, integers, rational number***** d whole numbers, natural numbers, integers

Name the set(s) of numbers to which 1.68 belongs. a. rational numbers b. natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers c. rational numbers, irrational numbers d. none of the above my answer a)rational numbers

19. ## math

Which statement is true? A. All irrational numbers are also rational numbers. B. Half of the irrational numbers are also rational numbers. C. One-third of the irrational numbers are also rational numbers D. Irrational numbers cannot be classified as

20. ## AiMS MATH

-5 Is A Member Of Which Subset Of Real Numbers. a) natural numbers b) whole numbers c) intergers d) rational numbers e) irrational numbers

21. ## Math

Which set of numbers is the most reasonable to describe the temperature in alaska during the winter? A. Integers B.whole numbers C. Irrational numbers D.natural numbers

22. ## Mathematics

To which subsets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? Choose all subsets that apply. 1: whole numbers 2: rational numbers 3: integers 4: irrational numbers 5: natural numbers

23. ## Math. NEED HELP ASAP.

Im very confused on this. List all the numbers from the given set that are: a. Natural numbers, b. Whole numbers, c. Integers, d. Rational numbers, e. Irrational numbers, f. Real numbers. {-3, -2/5, 0, 0.3, ✓3, 5.8, ✓100} list all the natural numbers

24. ## math

List the following subsets of the real numbers in order from least inclusive to most inclusive.(1 point) rational numbers, natural numbers, whole numbers, integers whole numbers, natural numbers, integers, rational numbers natural numbers, whole numbers,

25. ## Math

1) for any three consecutive numbers, what can you say about odd numbers and even numbers? Explain. 2 A)Mirari conjectures that, for any three consecutive numbers, one number would be divisible by 3. Do you think Mirari is correct? Explain. 2 B) Gia claims

26. ## math

to which subsets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? choose all that apply a) whole numbers b) rational numbers c) integers d) irrational numbers e) natural numbers

27. ## Math

Name the subset(s) of real numbers to which the number -2 belongs. Irrational Numbers. Rational Numbers. Integers. Whole Numbers. Natural Numbers.

28. ## Math

Fifteen numbers are written on the circle. Each number is equal to the absolute value of the difference of the next two numbers (moving clockwise). Find the greatest of the numbers, if sum of all numbers is 2.

29. ## Pre-algebra

Sonia is creating a visual diagram to show the relationship between rational numbers and whole numbers. She draws it to show that some whole numbers are rational numbers and some are not. Is this correct? Explain why or why not All numbers are rational

30. ## algebra

true or false 1. fraction cant be written as decimal. 2. natural numbers are referred to as counting numbers.whole numbers consists of counting numbers.whole numbers consist of counting numbers as well as the number 0 3. intergers do not include negative

31. ## math

Winning the jackpot in the connecticut classic lotto requires that you choose six different numbers from 1 to 44, and your numbers must match the same six numbers that are later drawn. the order of the selected numbers does not matter. if you buy one

32. ## Algebra 1

To which subsets of real numbers does the number –22 belong? Choose all subsets that apply. whole numbers** rational numbers integers** irrational numbers natural numbers Maximum choice is 2

33. ## Math

List all numbers from the given set that​ are: a. natural​ numbers, b. whole​ numbers, c.​ integers, d. rational​ numbers, e. irrational​ numbers, f. real numbers. {-13, -3/7, 0, 0.75, square root of 3, pi or 3.14, square root of 64. If you had

34. ## algebra

2.Which of the following is an example of closure. a. The equation 4−6=−2 is an example of the whole numbers being closed under subtraction. b. The equation 1.5+1.6=3.1 is an example of the rational numbers being closed under addition. c. The equation

35. ## Algebra

1.)Which of the following statements is true? Positive numbers are always rational numbers. Negative numbers are always irrational numbers. Negative numbers are sometimes rational numbers.********* Negative numbers are always integers.

36. ## math

Tne union of the set of rational numbers and the set of irrational numbers is 1 {whole number} 2 {real numbers} 3 {counting numbers} 4 {}

37. ## Math

Two consecutive even whole numbers are selected. The difference between the reciprocals of the two numbers is 1/60. Determine the numbers.

38. ## math

list all numbers from the given set {-9,-4/5,0,0.25,/3,9.2,/100} that are a) whole numbers b) natural numbers c) intergers d) rational numbers e) irrational numbers.

39. ## Algebra

28. Use the Distributive Property to simplify x(4x^2 + x + 4) Is it 4x^3 + x^2 + 4x? 42. To which set of numbers does 0 not belong? 46. Pi belongs to which group of real numbers? a. Odd numbers b. rational numbers c. irrational numbers C? 48. Can a number

40. ## mathe

The numbers used on the scale for a standard thermometer? A.whole numbers B.rational numbers C.real numbers D.integers I think it is B

41. ## Math

Which expression is equivalent to (-2)(a+6)? -2a+6 2a+12*** -2a-12 -2a+12 To which subsets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? Choose all that apply. Whole numbers*** rational numbers integers*** irrational numbers "6 times the difference of b and

42. ## Algebra

What type of number is -22?? choose all that apply... whole numbers rational numbers * integers * irrational numbers natural numbers * what I think ???

43. ## Algebra 1

To which subset(s) does the number –square root of twenty belong? Choose all that apply. (Irrational Numbers (Rational Numbers*** (Integers*** (Whole Numbers (Natural Numbers The maximum of choices is 2

44. ## Math

48,24,6,36,12,54 Which of the following describe this set. A. Numbers that are multiples of 3 B. Numbers that are prime. C. Numbers that are divisible by 6 D. Numbers that are factors of 36 I think its a and c

45. ## math

Joshua’s calculator is set to generate the numbers from 1 to 10 at random. He notices that out of the 50 numbers his calculator has generated, the numbers 3, 6, and 7 each occurred 9 times. What is the relative frequency of the numbers other than 3, 6,

46. ## maths --plse help me..

When the greater of the two numbers increased by 1 divides the sum of the numbers the result is3/2 .when the difference of these numbers is divide by the smaller ,the result is 1/2 .find the numbers

47. ## math

Please help me to find the first and third quartiles, Q1 and Q3, of the following set of numbers.13, 7, 15, 13, 13, 12, 9, 11, 19, 9 Qrrange the numbers in ascending order, like this: 7, 9, 9, 11, 12, 13, 13, 13, 15, 19 Now divide then into the lowest

48. ## Algebra

23. The ___ axis represents the independent variable. X? 21. Name the set(s) of numbers to which 1.68 belongs. a. rational numbers b. natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers c. rational numbers, irrational numbers d. none of the above

49. ## mathematics

A sequence of numbers begins with 1, -1, -1, 1, -1. Each new number is found by taking the product of the two preceding numbers. For instance the sixth number is the product of the fourth and fifth numbers. What is the sum of the first 2013 numbers?

50. ## maths probability

In one version of the game Keno the house has a pot containing 80 balls numbered 1 through 80,.the house then selects 20 of the 80 numbers at random . The house randomly selects 20 numbers from the counting numbers 1-80 .In the variation called 6-spot

51. ## Math

the numbers M and N are different numbers selected from the first 25 counting numbers: If M is larger than N, what is the smallest value that M * N over M-N could have?

52. ## Algebra

To which subset of rel numbers does the number -22 belong? whole numbers rational numbers integers irrational numbers natural numbers I know it's an Integer but I'm not sure of the second answer.

53. ## CITY SCHOOL

useing these numbers: 25 - 7 - 8 - 5 - 4 - 3 make an equation so that the answer equals 828,but you can ONLY use those numbers. you cant add any more numbers and you cant repeat any of the numbers. you DON'T have to use all the numbers though

54. ## Math

Hot numbers in a lottery are numbers that keep coming up. Cold numbers are numbers that have not "hit" in awhile.Some people select hot numbers or cold numbers when buying a ticket. Using probability,explain whether this makes sense. Please answer this

55. ## maths

The sum of two consecutive counting numbers divided by their positive difference is 9. Find the larger numbers.

56. ## Math

When factoring a trinomial that is in the format Ax^2 + Bx + C, the number that is represented by B should be viewed as the _____? a. product of two numbers b. the sum of two numbers c. square root of two numbers d. remainder of two numbers I believe it

57. ## Math Help!!!

define each term and give at least 2 examples of each whole numbers natural numbers integers rational numbers irrational numbers

58. ## Integers

Suppose a1, a2, . . . , an is a list of n numbers with the following properties: The sum of those n numbers is 500. The sum of the smallest three of those numbers is 48. The sum of the largest two of those numbers is 35. (Note: There might be some

59. ## Math

I am having some trouble with this problem: What characteristics do the numbers 8, 10, 15, 26 and 33 have that the numbers 5, 9, 16, 18, and 24 don't have? ( Hint: List the factors of the numbers.) Give two numbers that have this characteristic. Here is my

60. ## math

Match the term with it's meaning real numbers irrational numbers rational numbers integers whole numbers natural numbers radical square root perfect squares cube roots terminating decimals repeating decimals truncate radicand a decimal which can be

61. ## Math riddle

nine odd numbers have a sum of 243.find the sum of the first and last numbers in a set of numbers. hint:if three numbers when added equals twelve then represent it by adding n+()n+1. no one cares...durrr....

62. ## Math riddle

nine odd numbers have a sum of 243.find the sum of the first and last numbers in a set of numbers. hint:if three numbers when added equals twelve then represent it by adding n+()n+1.

63. ## math

which of the following statements is true a: positive numbers are always rational numbers b: negative numbers are always irrational c: negative numbers are sometimes rational d: negative numbers are always integers ** idk , found this tough .. but check ?

64. ## Math

The average of 3 numbers is 45. If one of the numbers is 43, what is the average of the other 2 numbers? The average of 3 numbers is 45 means the total = 45 x 3 = 135? is that what u suppose to do? If one of the numbers is 43, the total of the other

65. ## Math

Suppose you have two numbers. The difference of the two numbers is 12. The product of the two numbers is 17. Multiply the larger of the two numbers by 100, add 50 times the smaller number to that, round the total to the nearest whole number. That starts

66. ## Counting and Probability

What is the difference between the sum of the first 400 even counting numbers and the sum of the first 400 odd counting numbers?

67. ## math

Write two mixed numbers so that all rules are applied: 1. One number is larger than the other by 4 2/3 2. The difference of the numbers is equal to the smaller number. 3. The sum of the numbers is natural number. What are the numbers?

68. ## Math

On each of four cards, a different positive integer greater than 1 but less than 20 is written. Exactly 3 of the numbers are multiples of 3, exactly two of the numbers are multiples of 5, and none of the numbers is even. What is the sum of these four

69. ## math

describe the pattern then find the missing numbers _, _,27,38, 49, 60 I see a difference of 11 between the numbers in the pattern. What do you think the first two numbers are? the numbers are 5 and 16 Right! Good job! :-)

70. ## Math

1. If the product of 5 and the sum of 10 and a certain number is equal to 15, what is the number? 2. The sum of two consecutive counting numbers divided by their positive difference is 9. Find the larger numbers.

71. ## algebra

The sum of the swuares of the first n counting numbers: 1² + 2² + 3² + 4² + 5² + 6² + ... +n² is given by the formula S = n(n+1)(2n+1) ------------ 6 Find the sum of the squares of all the counting numbers between 15 and 35. - answer is 12445; how

72. ## Algerba II

Hi Do decimals such as 2.718 represent rational numbers or irrational numbers. Explain. Do repeating decimals such as 2.3333 . . . represent rational numbers or irrational numbers? Explain. So I look back in my textbook and find rational numbers (e.g.,

73. ## Reiny/ MATH Help

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! I forgot to say thank you for this answer the other night. There are 900 of those counting numbers with no restriction. Let's find all those that DON'T have a 2 in them there are 8 possible in the left spot , (no 2 or 0) but 9

74. ## Elementary Mathematics 2

Counting by ones, counting by tens, and counting by groups and singles: I was rather curious about how these methods of counting can be used to coordinate concepts and oral and written names for numbers.

75. ## probability

Five numbers are to be picked, without repetition, from 44 numbers to determine the winner of the Fortune Five game in the state lottery. If the order of the numbers is insignificant, how many different ways can a winning quintuple be selected? What is the

76. ## MATH

Five numbers are to be picked, without repetition, from 44 numbers to determine the winner of the Fortune Five game in the state lottery. If the order of the numbers is insignificant, how many different ways can a winning quintuple be selected? What is the

77. ## MATH Prob.

Five numbers are to be picked, without repetition, from 44 numbers to determine the winner of the Fortune Five game in the state lottery. If the order of the numbers is insignificant, how many different ways can a winning quintuple be selected? What is the

78. ## math

Five numbers are to be picked, without repetition, from 44 numbers to determine the winner of the Fortune Five game in the state lottery. If the order of the numbers is insignificant, how any different ways can a winning quintuple be selected? What is the

79. ## probability

Five numbers are to be picked, without repetition, from 44 numbers to determine the winner of the Fortune Five game in the state lottery. If the order of the numbers is insignificant, how many different ways can a winning quintuple be selected? What is the

80. ## Math

I have been able to figure out everything on my assignment but this one. Can anyone help? Five numbers are to be picked, without repetition from 44 numbers to determine the winner of the Fortune Five game in the state lottery. If the order of the numbers

81. ## math

There is an 8 square box, I have to put the numbers 1-8 in the eight boxes, BUT no consecutive numbers can be by each other, and cannot be by each other vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. How can the numbers 1-8 fit in there when they can't be by

82. ## Int Algebra

The difference of two numbers is 7. The sum of the numbers is -1. What are the numbers? I've come up with two equations: x-y=7 and x+y=-1 but don't know what to figure it out from there since there are no numbers on the left side of the equation to work

83. ## maths grade 05(nelson chapter 1 lesson 2.c)

Numbers of times recipe Numbers of cups of water Numbers of scoops of crystals Numbers people served 1 5 3 4 2 10 6 8 3 15 9 12 4 20 12 16 5 25 15 20 6 30 18 24 7 35 21 28

84. ## Algebra

To which subsets of real numbers does -22 belong in? A.) whole numbers B.) rational numbers C.) integers * D.) irrational number * E.) natural numbers

85. ## Math

1) The numbers 2 and 3 are prime numbers. They are also consecutive numbers. Are there other pairs of primes that are consecutive numbers? Why or why not? 2) which group of numbers, evens or odds, includes more prime numbers? Why?

86. ## math

i posted this one a ways down, i apologize for double posting, but thought this might be a better way to ask. question:if you write the numbers from 1-999 on a piece of paper, (1234567891011121314151617181920...998999) what will the 2006th digit from the

87. ## math

The equation 6x-7y=5 has a unique solution if x, y are: 1) Real numbers 2) Rational numbers 3) Irrational numbers 4) Natural numbers

88. ## Maths A

Select 48 values according to the following criteria. o The first thirty (30) numbers must lie in the range from 48 to 58 inclusive. o The next ten (10) numbers must lie in the range from 30 to 70 inclusive. o The remaining eight (8) numbers must lie in

89. ## Math

If no digit can be used more than once, how many 5-digit numbers can be formed only using the numbers 3,8,1,2,5, and 7? A: 350 numbers B: 717 numbers C: 722 numbers D: 720 numbers I guessed the answer 720 and got it right but I don't know why the answer is

90. ## Math

Define "multiplication of natural (counting) numbers." For the naturals, multiplication could be viewed as a kind of repeated addition. This would be the only set this is true for. With negative numbers, decimals or fractions we would need a different

91. ## equation

what is the equation of calculating 5/90 lottery winning numbers if these numbers were selected for the first week 24-13-6-60-70

92. ## Math

How can you order three whole numbers with different numbers of digits without comparing the digits? Give an example. I think that I can use the same number with different place numbers like: 4, 44, 444; I don't have to compare numbers. Is this right? If

93. ## Math Poster Project

I have do complete a poster for math but I have some confusing instructions at first. Please help me understand and provide an example using the directions below that were given to me: Choose four rational numbers. At least two of your numbers should be

94. ## making dot arrays

I have a question on math homework that asks : What do we call the numbers that cannot be arranged into 2-row arrays? Ginner: I looked up contemporary numbers in several math dictionaries, and none of them listed that term. I looked at her paper - there is

95. ## Math

1,6,3,7,9,4,5,7=17 only plus or minus can be out in between the numbers and they must stay in the order shown EX. 1-6+3-7+9-4+5+7=17 It must equal 17 Here's a hint. Add all the numbers up first, then see what number needs to be subtracted in order to get

96. ## Math

The set of numbers which includes all positive numbers that are not decimals and which includes zero is the set of? Integers Natrual numbers Whole numbers Rational numbers

Can you write them in Mathematical/numbers form I'll solve them myself. i don't really get it though i have written the first one in mathematical for but i'm not sure if that's right. 1. When six is subtracted from five times a certain number, the result

98. ## algebra

The sum of the first n counting numbers 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 ... + n is given by S = n/2(1 + n). a) Find the sum of the numbers 14 to 40 inclusive Answer is 729. But i don't get why. Someone explain what the qestion means by "inclusive" please >

99. ## Maths A

For this question, use the copy of the Random Number table provided at the end of this AAT. (This table was copied from page 111 in the Textbook.) Select 48 values according to the following criteria. o The first thirty (30) numbers must lie in the range

100. ## Math

What is the difference between counting the spaces between whole numbers and counting the tick marks?