The word "per" means "for each". In some problems, that refers to each of several groups having the same size, so the problems are solved by division. That is not necessarily true, but depends on other details of the problem and what is asked for.Sorry about that question but my problem actually not with math , with how to connect math and with what's going on, for example what does it mean "per" ? is it means in math division? that's my point of the post! , if so then why per means "/" ? thanks alot
The meaning of a/b=c is that c is the unique number such that a=bc. That is, division is the inverse of multiplication.but if I said (a/b)=c, what does that mean? for each b I have c?
To simply it more for you, I'm finding it hard to understand what "division" is, so I'm not succeeding connecting it with solving the problems, that's why ..
so it would be just honored if you illustrate what does devision of b/a = c means
How many would you have if the machine ran for two hours?lets assume I have a machine which each hour there's 4outputs, how many outputs would be on 100 hours? how can I solve by depending on what's given on the question? Maybe it's simple for others but for me not simple! can someone explain to me in relation of mathematics what does "each hour there's 4 outputs" ..and how can that help me to calculate over 100 hours?