That sounds like: if you multiply it by 16, the result is the same as if you add 225 to it. You can write this as an equation - calling the number "x" - as follows: 16x = x + 225 Solve this equation, and you have your number.
Write an equation, setting: n = "a number"n/4, or (1/4)n = "one-fourth of a number"Then solve it.
You cannot write the quotient itself as an equation, but you can express a division operation and use an equation to express that the result of this operation (the quotient) is a specific value. For example, 16/8 =2.
You write it as an equation, and then solve the equation.
A vertical line has the equation [ x = a number ]. A horizontal line has the equation [ y = a number ].
You cannot write an algebraic expression for that, you need an equation. The equation is n - 6 = 4
'51.93' is not an equation. It's a number. When you write or speak it, it comes out "fifty-one and ninety-three hundredths".
logb x = a According to the definition of the logarithm, a is the number that you have to exponentiate b with to get x as a result. Therefore: ba = x
The reactants are the substances that react with one another and the products are the result of the reaction.
n + 2 = 10
n - 2 = 4
write down word equation for pohotsynthess
write a rule as an equation
Multiply the number by 0.175. The result will be 17.5% of the number.
I don't see an equation. An equation must have an equal sign. For a question in answers.com, you'll have to write the word "equals", since symbols get lost.
n+19 if considering a normal adding equation
Yes, you can write an equation out in words. This is often done to make clear what the equation in numerals is.