a/15 = b (b just being 1/15 of A)

since you don't know the value of A, all we learn from this is......nothing xD

Im guessing theres more to this sum than you're saying

Thatdudeinthecotton wrote:

Well you can divide it by fifteen, but it wouldn't give you an answer beyond

a/15 = b (b just being 1/15 of A)

since you don't know the value of A, all we learn from this is......nothing xD

Im guessing theres more to this sum than you're saying

pls u guise suck, A actually has a standard value, in the hexadecimal system.

In the hexadecimal numeric system, A = 10 in the decimal system. In the hexadecimal numeric system, 10 = 16 in the decimal system.

Thus 10 + 5 = 15, 16 + 5 = 21

10/21 = 0,476

Thus A/15 = 0,476

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