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Q: A number times itself plus 1 equals 10?

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Any number minus itself equals zero. Any number plus its opposite equals zero. Any number times zero equals zero.

How about: 1 times 91 plus 4 = 95 or 7 times 13 plus 4 = 95

the number is 10.

The number is 10

If the sum of squares of digits of a number equals to the number itself, then that number is called an aram strong number.

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It is not possible to answer the question since it is incomplete. The number between "plus" and "equals" is missing.

p is obviously zero because any number x plus 0 equals itself.

The number is -13.

6 or -8

5 or -7.

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1

Try -4

Zero, unless you're talking about tricky negative computations and/or the concept of infinite as well.

Let x = the number x^2 + x = x x^2 = 0 x = 0

Any number plus zero equals the original number. Any number times one equals the original number.

'11 tens' is equivalent to saying 11 plus itself 9 times, which is equivalent to 11 x 10 = 110

The property is identity property of addition. This property states that any number plus 0 equals that number. identity property of multiplication states that any number times 1 equals that number.

6 or -8

One possible answer is 1 times 99.

3x5+4=19

3a+5=20

1 plus 19 equals 20 2 plus 18 equals 20 3 plus 17 equals 20 4 plus 16 equals 20 5 plus 15 equals 20 6 plus 14 equals 20 7 plus 13 equals 20 8 plus 12 equals 20 9 plus 11 equals 20 10 plus 10 equals 20 1 times 20 equals 20 2 times 10 equals 20 4 times 5 equals 20

because the number are the same /example2 times 3 equals 6. 3 times 2 equals 6