Q: What is 1.32 x 10 equal to?

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The $10

was a converted muslm, who at first was a black supremeicist, but then he realized that we all needed to be equal, and became a huge player in the civil-right movement

Sugar cost around 50 cents for 10 pounds in the early 1930s. That is equal to nearly 9 dollars in 2014.

What is the separate but equal

More information is needed. Please post a new, separate question with the bill's date and whether is was issued by the Federal Government or by a private bank. If it's from a private bank, include the bank's name. The X's of course are the Roman numeral for 10. Their resemblance to a sawbuck, a carpenter's device for holding large pieces of wood, earned these bills the nickname of "sawbucks".

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There are 10 millimetres in one centimetre. Therefore, 132 millimetres is equal to 132/10 = 13.2 centimetres.

6 x 22 = 132

33 x 4 = 132

132 = 1 x 132, 2 x 66, 3 x 44, 4 x 33, 6 x 22, 11 x 12 OR 13,200%

11 x 12 = 132

1 x 132, 2 x 66, 3 x 44, 4 x 33, 6 x 22, 11 x 12.

1 x 132, 2 x 66, 3 x 44, 4 x 33, 6 x 22, 11 x 12.

There are 12 inches in one foot. Therefore, 132 feet is equal to 132 x 12 = 1584 inches.

-11 x 12 = -132

There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 132 centimetres is equal to 132 / 100 = 1.32 metres.

1302 = 16,900A handy shortcut you can use is if you know that 132 is 169, you can do(13x10)2 = (13)2(10)2 = 169 x 100 = 16,900.

44/132 x 100 = 33.3 recurring Therefore, 44 is equal to 33.3 recurring percent, or one third, of 132.