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Q: What is the correct notation for the complex number 113?

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113-2i sqr 17

Don't see any "following" and this I's guessing is what you want? 113-(-68)^.5 = 113-((-1)(68))^.5 = 113-(68)^.5 (-1)^.5 = 113-i(68)^.5

The midpoint between 113 and 284 is 198.5. To get the number you subtract 113 from 284 and then divide by 2. The number you get, you can add it to 113 or subtract it from 284 to get the correct answer.

113 in Scientific Notation = 1.13 x 102

The decimal notation for 113 over 400 is 0.2825

113 - 45.05 = 67.95

113/741

11300/10

113,000,000

2.26 = 113/50

0.4574

113 is a prime number.

It is: 1.13*108

113 is a prime number. Its only factors are 1 and 113.

113/20

Yes, 113 is a prime number

113 is prime, not square.

Yes, 113 is a whole number or an integer

113 is the only prime number in that range.

The number 113 is a prime number. It is not divisible by any number except 1 and itself.

They are one and itself because 113 is a prime number

Common approximations are: 3.14, 22/7 and this one, correct to six places, 355/113 which gives 3.141593.

No, 113/115 is a rational number.

113 is a prime number.

The positive integer factors of 113 are: 1, 113