Q: 1 plus 6 plus 9 plus 13 plus 19 equals?

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(4 + 2x) - (-2x + 1) = 13 + 6 4 + 2x + 2x -1 = 19 4x +3 = 19 4x = 19 - 3 4x = 16 therefore x = 16/4 x = 4

The answer to the problem of 12X plus 13 equals 9 is x equals -1/3.

The answer to 1 over 2x plus 13 equals 9 is x equals -8.

13...... 9 plus 5 equals 14...... 14 minus 1 equals 13

The answer to the problem of 13 equals -4x plus 9 is x equals -1.

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4+2x-2x+1=13+6 Combine like terms. (4+1=5; 2x-2x=0; 13+6=19) 5=19 This problem has no solution.

(4 + 2x) - (-2x + 1) = 13 + 6 4 + 2x + 2x -1 = 19 4x +3 = 19 4x = 19 - 3 4x = 16 therefore x = 16/4 x = 4

The answer to the problem of 12X plus 13 equals 9 is x equals -1/3.

The answer to 1 over 2x plus 13 equals 9 is x equals -8.

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13...... 9 plus 5 equals 14...... 14 minus 1 equals 13

The answer to the problem of 13 equals -4x plus 9 is x equals -1.

No it doesn't. That sum is 100.

13

19

18 + 13= 31

multiply everything by -1 to get -6+(-13)=? multiply by -1 6+13=? that's easy to figure out 6+13=19 now multiply by -1 again to put it back how it was -6+(-13)=-19 The reason is this: you are missing 6 items. You lose 13 more items. How many are you missing now? Now you're missing 19 items.