Consecutive integers problems 1.The sum of two consecutive integers is 120. Find the value of the smaller integer. Answer and Explanation: The first number is 59, the second number is 59 + 2 = 61. 2.The sum of two consecutive odd integers is 60. What are the integers? Answer and Explanation: The two consecutive numbers … Read More “Consecutive integers -problems” »

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Odd Consecutive Integer Formula In mathematics, we represent an odd integer as 2n + 1. If 2n + 1 is an odd integer, (2n + 3) and (2n + 5) will be the next two odd consecutive integers. For example, let 2n + 1 be 7, which is an odd integer. We find its consecutive … Read More “What are the Type of Consecutive Integers?” »

Odd Consecutive Integer Formula In mathematics, we represent an odd integer as 2n + 1. If 2n + 1 is an odd integer, (2n + 3) and (2n + 5) will be the next two odd consecutive integers. For example, let 2n + 1 be 7, which is an odd integer. We find its consecutive integers … Read More “What are Consecutive Integers?” »

Percentage Formula To determine the percentage, we have to divide the value by the total value and then multiply the resultant by 100. Percentage formula = (Value/Total value) × 100 Example: 2/5 × 100 = 0.4 × 100 = 40 per cent How to calculate the percentage of a number? To calculate the percentage of … Read More “How To Calculate Percentages with Formula and Examples” »

percentage In mathematics, a percentage is a number or ratio that can be expressed as a fraction of 100. If we have to calculate percent of a number, divide the number by the whole and multiply by 100. Hence, the percentage means, a part per hundred. The word per cent means per 100. It is … Read More “Percentage” »

Place Value and Face Value The face value of a digit in any number is the digit itself. Whether the number is single-digit, double-digit, or any number, each digit has its face value. Let us understand this using the following examples. If 4 is the given number, the face value of 4 is 4, and … Read More “Place Value and Face Value” »

Place Value Chart with Decimals The decimal place value chart shows the place value of the digits in a decimal number. A decimal number system is used to express the whole numbers and fractions together using a decimal point. This decimal point lies between the whole number part and the fractional part. While the whole … Read More “Place Value Chart with Decimals” »

Place Value Definition Place value is the value of a digit according to its position in the number such as ones, tens, hundreds, and so on. For example, the place value of 5 in 3458 is 5 tens, or 50. However, the place value of 5 in 5781 is expressed as 5 thousand or 5,000. … Read More “Place Value Definition” »

1.Relative error The relative error is defined as the ratio of the absolute error of the measurement to the actual measurement. Using this method, we can determine the magnitude of the absolute error in terms of the actual size of the measurement. How do you find the relative error? The relative error is found by … Read More “Relative error” »

The Mathematics Test for teachers is one of the Professional teacher’s license requirements for those who are teaching from grades 3 through 8 in mathematics. Test Overview Test Name Mathematics Test Grade 3-8 Number of questions 100 Test Duration 2 and ½ hours Format of questions Multiple Choice questions/ Fill in the blank Test Delivery … Read More “Educational Professions Licensure Mathematics Grade 3 to 8 Study Guide” »