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Q: Algebra 1 problem -c plus 2 equals 5?

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1+9+25=35 not 41, this is a false statement

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

Because the 'plus sign' ( + ) in Boolean algebra does not mean the same thing as it does in arithmetic. In the shorthand of Boolean logic operations, the plus sign is used to mean ' OR ' .

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

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-36 + 2w = -8w + w -36 + 2w = -7w -36 = -7w - 2w -36 = -9w w = -36/-9 = 4

5 plus 25 equals 60. Need to solve for 5 plus 25 equals ?: 2 plus 10 equals 24 is equivalent to 2 × (1 plus 5) equals 2 × (12); and 3 plus 15 equals 36 is equivalent to 3 ×(1 plus 5) equals 3 × (12); thus 5 plus 25 equals ? is equivalent to 5 × (1 plus 5) equals 5 × (12); thus ? = 5 × 12 = 60.

If: 5a-1+a = 11 Then: a = 2

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1. With boolean algebra, 1 + n is always equal to 1, no matter what the value of n is.

The answer to 10,012 plus 15 plus 120 plus 125 equals 10,272. This is known as a math problem.

No...it equals 4...

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