we got this math project called 'Numbers with a fixed number of factors.' we need to know a number that has exactly 11 factors!! we keep trying, but we think maybe this might be a trick question and there is no number with exactly 11 factors. Please help!
i am stuck the question is, Find a quick, easy method to compute the first 100 number, from 1 to 100. I can`t use a calculator as a metod for this problem
a.)If a=9*23 and b=9*124, what is the value of b-a? b.)By how much does the product of 8 and 25 exceed the product of 15 and 10? c.)How many containers, each holding 16 fluid ounces of juice, are needed to hold 5 quarts of juic? (1 quart=32 fluid ounces) d.)If the current reading of a truck's odomet...
While waiting in line at the supermarket, one shopper recognizes the lady in front of him as one of his neighbors. Being interested in finding a baby-sitter for his own child, he asks her about the ages of her three daughters. The woman replies to him that the product of their ages is 72 and the sum...