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# Math and Arithmetic

## Math is the study of abstractions. Math allows us to isolate one or a few features such as the number, shape or direction of some kind of object. Then we can study what can be learned about the behavior of those features while ignoring everything else about the object.

### How many times does 4 go into 33?

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### Which one is greater 4 cups or 1 pints?

First of all, it is not pint. Pints is plural. Second, 4 cups equals 2 pints, so: if 4 cups equals 2 pints, 4 cups would be greater.

### What percentage of 7 billion is 100000?

100,000 / 7,000,000,000 = 0.000014286 = 1/700 %

### What is one percent of 300 million?

one percent of 300 million = 3 million 1% of 300000000 = 1% * 300000000 = 0.01 * 300000000 = 3000000

### What is the most inaccurate version of pi?

I assume that the most inaccurate version of pi would have been plain 4 or 3.2 from the Indiana General Assembly of 1897.

### Is 400 pints greater than 100 gallons?

No. 400 pints is equal to 50 gallons. 1 pint = 0.125 gallons 400 pints X 0.125 = 50 gallons

### What is 1 percent of 300 million?

1 percent of 300,000,000 is: 3,000,000

### Penny joke that starts with do you smell anything answer a Cent Next two pennies Do you see a car answer is two lincolns do you know the rest of the riddle?

Requires five pennies, placed down one at at time, heads up. Place the first penny on the table..."Can you smell that....that's a scent." Place the second penny...."Can you see any fruit....that's a pair" Place the third penny...."Can you see any cars? Three Lincolns.", Place the fourth down..."Can you see any snakes? Four copperheads. Place the fifth down..."Can you see any pu**y?" Scoop them all up..."Not for five cents you can't."

### How many square miles are in a 1 mile radius?

3.1415265389792384264338327950288419716939937510.....

### What type of computer did D. Takahasi and Y. Kanada use to calculate pi to 5153960000 places?

The computer was HITACHI SR2201. But in 1999, they calculated even more decimal places (206,158,430,000) with the HITACHI SR8000.

### What percent of 7 billion is 100 million?

% rate= (100million / 7billion) x 100% = 1.43%

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