+5 votes

commented
May 21, 2020
by
Silkymoonstar

Its 3

+1 vote

Seriously?! Its 3 obviously. You just say " How many times can I multiply 3 to get thirty?". Or just do it how I do it in 7th grade, just look at it and say " It's 30." And go on to the next problem.

+1 vote

1. 30÷10=? You start off with an number question.

2. 30÷10=3 Answer the number question.

3. Swap around the two end numbers(this only works with multiplication and division). 30÷10=3 => 3÷10=30

4. At the moment it doesn't look right, but once you change the x to ÷. 3x10=30

You did that.

Note: To type ÷ on a computer you have to hold alt and type 0247 on the number pad at the same time.

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