# Question ba0cd

Oct 8, 2017

Just divide $100$ by $6$.

#### Explanation:

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$6 x = 100$

$x = \frac{100}{6}$

$x = 16.6666 \ldots$

$x = 16.7 \text{ }$ (2d.p.)

So

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Oct 8, 2017

The ? is worth $\frac{50}{3}$

#### Explanation:

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So in steps we can do this:

If we divide 6 by 6 we get 1

If we multiply 1 by 100 we get 100

This looks like

$6 \div 6 \times 100 = 100$

This is the same as

$6 \times \frac{1}{6} \times 100 = 100$

$6 \times \frac{100}{6} = 100$

So your ? = 100/6

Both 100 and 6 are even so both are exactly divisible by 2

?=(100-:2)/(6-:2)

?=50/3#