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0.5 times 2 equals 1.

5/5 equals one; the denominator decides how many equal pieces of the whole will constitute the whole. The answer is 2 1/2. 2 1/2 equals 2.5, and 2/5 equals .4. 2 1/2 times 2/5 equals 1. Or, 2.5 times .4 equals 1. Another way to look at it is this. The numerator of 2/5 is 2. What do I have to multiply the fraction 2/5 by in order to make the numerator equal to 5? The answer is 2.5; 2.5 times 2 equals 5. Another way: a fraction times its reciprocal equals 1. 2/5 has the reciprocal 5/2. [5/2 equals 2 and 1/2]. 2/5 times 5/2 equals 10/10, which equals 1.

2 times 1 equals 2.

No, it equals -2

It is: 1 times -2 = -2

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the answer is 1/3

The Answer To That Is 32. Because 6 times 2 equals 12, but you carry the 1 and then 1 times 2 equals 2, then you add the 1 that u carried and your answer will be 32!

It is: 2^6 times 2^-6 = 2^6 times 1/64 = 1

-1 to the power of four equals -1 times -1 times -1 times -1. -1 times -1 equals 1 (since a negative times a negative equals a positive). (1 to the power of 2) 1 times -1 equals -1 (since a negative times a positive equals a negative). (1 to the power of 3) -1 times -1 equals 1. (1 to the power of 4)

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One half times two (or 1/2 x 2) equals one (1) !

1/2+1/2=1+1/2=1 1/2 Equals One and a Half.

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5 and 1/2 times 3 equals 16 and 1/2

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2 1/3 times 3 1/2 equals 7/3 times 7/2 which equals 49/6 which equals 8 1/6 The answer is eight and one sixth.44

7 times 1 equals 7, 3.5 x 2 = 7 etc.

2 times 13 equals 26. 1 times 26 also equals 26.

1 times 4 = 4 or 2 times 2 = 4

It is: 2/3 times 1/2 = 1/3

yes it is because the identity property of multiplication states that a number (x) times another number(y) is equal to 1. So 1/2 times 2/1 equals 1

you cant multiply 60 times something to equal 1600 its not possible but you can multiply 1 times 1600 equals 1600 2 times 800 equals 1600 4 times 400 equals 1600 5 times 320 equals 1600 8 times 200 equals 1600 10 times 160 equals 1600 16 times 100 equals 1600 20 times 80 equals 1600 25 times 64 equals 1600 32 times 50 equals 1600 40 times 40 equals 1600 50 times 32 equals 1600 64 times 25 equals 1600 80 times 20 equals 1600 100 times 16 equals 1600 160 times 10 equals 1600 200 times 8 equals 1600 320 times 5 equals 1600 400 times 4 equals 1600 800 times 2 equals 1600 1600 times 1 equals 1600 to equal 1600