Q: What number can be multiplied by .43 and equal a whole number?

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They are: 1*43 = 43 which is a prime number

43

97 multiplied by 43 is 4,171.

1 and 43

1 x 43, 43 x 1

43 multiplied by 41 is 1,763.

1 x 43, 43 x 1 (43 is a prime number).

The answer is 100/43, which is approx 2.3256

43 and 2

The number is 43.

971 * 0.43 = 417.53 43 Percent of 971 is 417.53. Think of it this way: 100% is a whole; any number multiplied by one is equal to itself. therefore, 100% of any number is that number multiplied by one. For example: 100% of 343 : 343 * 1 = 343.

Although 43 is a prime number it can be multiplied by any other number including itself

43 * 2 = 86

They are 2 times 43 = 86

43

43 multiplied by 69 is 2,967

43 multiplied by 59 is 2,537

It is rational and also a whole number.

43 to the nearest whole number

It is equal to 43/9.

43 percent of 163 is exactly 70.09 . That's not a whole number, and there's nothing you can do to it to make it a whole number, without changing it into a different number.

43.1 rounded to the nearest whole number is 43

It is 43.

43.12 to the nearest whole number is: 43. This is because the value in the tenths place "1" is not equal to or greater than 5. In this case it is less than so it is rounded down.

a whole number is an integer. that is, a number without any other parts added on to it. 45 would be a whole number, and 45.67 would not be.

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