- What is the opposites of different?
- What is the opposite form of differently?
- What is opposite of a difference in math?
- What is half of 5/8 in fraction form?
- What is the LCM of 8 and 5?
- What is the difference of 5 and 9?
- What is five less than twice a number?
- What does and in math mean?
- What two numbers have a difference of 5?
- How do you divide the difference between two numbers?
- What is a number increased by 12?
- What is N cubed?
- What is twice of a number?
- What is to double a number?
- How do you explain half of 30?
- What is the double of 90?
- How do you remember double facts?
- What is the double of 14?
- Why are doubles facts always even?
- What is the double strategy?
- What is a double minus one fact?

## What is the opposites of different?

What is the opposite of different?

homogeneous | similar |
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alone | sole |

one | isolated |

identical | separate |

ummixed | uncombined |

## What is the opposite form of differently?

What is the opposite of differently?

likewise | comparably |
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also | again |

uniformly | indistinguishably |

equally | identically |

equivalently | undistinguishably |

## What is opposite of a difference in math?

Subtraction is taking one number away from another. Minuend − Subtrahend = Difference. Minuend: The number that is to be subtracted from. Subtrahend: The number that is to be subtracted.

## What is half of 5/8 in fraction form?

5/16

## What is the LCM of 8 and 5?

40

## What is the difference of 5 and 9?

Between 5 and 9 = {6,7 8} = {I: I = 6, 7, 8}. ∴ “Between 5 and 9” = “From 5 to 9” minus its end points 5 and 9.

## What is five less than twice a number?

nine

## What does and in math mean?

The multiplication principle stated in the previous lesson relies on actions being independent, that the outcome of one action can in no way affect the outcome of the other action. I often hear the aphorism “And means multiply” bandied about in a care-free manner.

## What two numbers have a difference of 5?

According to the question. ∴ Two numbers are 10 and (10-5) = 5.

## How do you divide the difference between two numbers?

How to find the percentage difference?

- Find the absolute difference between two numbers: |20 – 30| = |-10| = 10.
- Find the average of those two numbers: (20 + 30) / 2 = 50 / 2 = 25.
- Divide the difference by the average: 10 / 25 = 0.4.
- Express it as percentages: 0.4 * 100 = 40%

## What is a number increased by 12?

a number increased by 12 is equal to 27 :: Homework Help and Answers :: Slader.

## What is N cubed?

In arithmetic and algebra, the cube of a number n is its third power, that is, the result of multiplying three instances of n together. The cube is also the number multiplied by its square: n3 = n × n2 = n × n × n.

## What is twice of a number?

Twice a quantity usually indicates to take two of the things in question; usually this indicates to multiply by 2. Thus “twice a number x” can be written symbolically as 2x. If this is part of a problem, say twice a number x is 6, then we can rewrite algebraically as 2x=6; dividing both sides by 2 yields x=3.

## What is to double a number?

To get a double of a number, we add the same number to itself. For example, double of 2 is 2 + 2 = 4. It is easy to remember the numbers that we get by doubling one-digit numbers. …

## How do you explain half of 30?

Half of 30 = 10 10 10 Draw three 10’s in circles at the side as in diagram below.

## What is the double of 90?

Step-by-step explanation: 180 will be the answer…………….

## How do you remember double facts?

Encourage your students to memorize doubles facts by making flash cards or making up songs, stories, and poems. Help them understand that they can use doubles facts to solve other number sentences too. Ask your children to find the sum of 5 + 6.

## What is the double of 14?

28

## Why are doubles facts always even?

Students should noticed: Doubles Plus One have more number sentences than Doubles. Doubles are always even because since the numbers are equal they each have a partner.

## What is the double strategy?

The Using Doubles strategy involves decomposing one addend to make a double with the other addend. For example 7 + 8 is the same as 7 + 7 plus 1 more. Double ten frames are great for exploring the strategy. Have students build each addend on a different ten frame using two-color counters.

## What is a double minus one fact?

Doubles minus 1 is a strategy used to add two consecutive numbers that is, when they are next to each other. We simply add the bigger number twice or double it and then, subtract 1 from it, to get the final result. Here, for example, consecutive number 7 and 8 have been added using the doubles minus one strategy.