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Q: What number times equals 53?

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1*-53

53 times 80 equals 4240.

53 is a prime, so 1 times 53 (unless you allow fractions).

53 times 7 equals 371

The Identity Property states that any number multiplied by one equals the original number.

Another way of asking this question is "What is the square root of x." In this case, we're talking about x = 53, but the question is the same. So to find the number that, when multiplied by itself, equals, 53, we must take the square root of 53. Since 53 is not a square number, our answer is not an integer, but close to 7.28.

This demonstrates the commutative property of multiplication.

The Abelian property or commutativity.

53

ONE times a number equals that number.

53 x 5

17.66 recurring.

8.8333 recurring.

53

49.53271

53 divided by 6 equals 8 with a remainder of 5.

53 x 2

nothing 53 is a prime number only divided by 1 or 53

53 x 32 = 1,696

13 times 10 equals 130.

The number is eight.

53 time 32 equals 1696

249

How about: 23*53 = 1219 or 1*1219 = 1219

As one example: 8 times 53 = 424