Really, what does how many mean in math add or subtract? the amount left over when you subtract (-) or some things go away, are taken away, removed, or destroyed. ... how many more tells you to compare how much one group or person has more than the other...you subtract (-) to find the difference.
Equal, what goes first addition or subtraction?
Order of operations tells you to perform multiplication and division first, working from left to right, before doing addition and subtraction.
What does much mean in a math problem?
"As much as" means that quantities are being compared - "much" is an adjective referring to quantity. So "60% as much as" means "for every hundred units of quantity in \$30, the answer has sixty such units." So we could solve this as. "\$30 is thirty times a hundred cents, so the answer is thirty times sixty cents"
the aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars as determined by or as if by the mathematical process of addition: The sum of 6 and 8 is 14. a particular aggregate or total, especially with reference to money: The expenses came to an enormous sum.
Multiplication and division can be done together. In other words, it doesn't matter if you do division or multiplication first, but they must be done after parentheses and exponents and before addition and subtraction.
Definition of as much as (Entry 1 of 2) 1 —used to say that two things are equal in amount or degree He likes hockey as much as he likes basketball. 2 —used to say that an amount is as large as another amount She earns as much as he does. 3 : almost but not quite He as much as admitted his guilt.
Couple is now understood primarily to refer to two when used as a bare noun ("they make a nice couple"), but is often used to refer to a small indeterminate of two or more when used in the phrase a couple of ("I had a couple of cups of coffee and now I can't sleep.").
If you have all of the original scores, you can get an accurate average by totalling up all the scores and dividing the total by the number of scores submitted. This is basically the same process we used to calculated the original numbers. Adding them all up, and dividing the total by 25 gives us an average of 33.