Q: A number is multipled by 3 if 2 is added to the product you get -4 what is the number?

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2/3 multipled by -6 multiplied by x equals -4x

96

-2 times 3 is -6 and add 2 you get -4

The way to write that is 2X+5

-14.88153 and 1.88153 (to 5 dp).

The number that when multiplied by 3, then 4 is subtracted and 2 added and the answer is 16 would be 6 .

3×0.25

"The product of 2 times a number added to 6."

44

19

2 X 11 = 22

2 x 3 = 6

They are: 2*3 = 6

2*12 = 2*1 = 2

The number 4 is a product of 2 x 2, for example.

The first prime number is 2. The product of 2, since there is no other number by which to multiply it, is 2.

It is when the answer, when 2 things are multiplied, is the same as when they are added. For instance, 2*2=2+2

There are two answers either 8x + 4 or 7x + 4

Any number may be added

There is no such number. If someone claimed that x was such a number then x+2 would be (a) a greater number and (b) a product of 2. So then x could not be such a number.

40 x 2 = 80

There is no such thing as the product of just one number, a product is when 2 or more numbers are multiplied. The product of a number and another number means the answer you get when you multiply the two.

Let the number be n. Then 3n + 2 = -4 3n = -6 n = -3

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