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fpsych Posted - 02/13/2012 : 19:13:15
I'm trying to square 0.53(5) times 0.47(5). Any answers?
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ever22 Posted - 05/12/2012 : 16:52:15
Originally posted by nycfunction

Why is (5) in the problem?

0.53 times 0.47 =

0.53 times 0.53 times 0.47 = 0.132023

I don't think that is stated right because you are squaring 52 and then by 47. You are not squaring all of the numbers.
nycfunction Posted - 03/06/2012 : 10:43:42
Why is (5) in the problem?

0.53 times 0.47 =

0.53 times 0.53 times 0.47 = 0.132023
the_hill1962 Posted - 02/14/2012 : 16:52:23
We don't provide "answers". We help you arrive at the "answer".
Your subject stated "Am I Squaring This Right?"
Well, we would tell you if you showed us your work.
Are you trying to do
Your problem has "(5)" in it which does not make sense.

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