36-4c-3c=22 -7c=22-36 -7c=-14 therefore c=2
Gathering like terms together, this is equal to 5a + 3b + 7c.
It equals 10c+2 because you have to combine like terms when you use variables. So since there is a 7c and a 3c you add those because it says plus add you end up with 10c+2 because you are still adding the 2.
c = 3
-3C feels like -7C
Its evaluation is: (4*5)+(7*3) = 41
What is the question ?Are you looking for the one single value of ' c ' that makes the statement true ?You can find it like this:17 - 3c = 4c + 3Add 3c to each side:17 = 7c + 3Subtract 3 from each side:14 = 7cDivide each side by 7:2 = c
7C MINUS bracket open c plus 2 bracket close equals 7c minus c minus 2 equals 6c minus 2
12a + 6b + 6c = 6(2a + b + c)
I just took a look at mouthpiece comparison chart, and according to the Bach numbering system, a 7c is listed as medium deep with a 16.20 mm cup diameter and the 3c is medium with a 16.30 mm cup diameter.
1 and 3/4
2 pints = 4 cups 1 cup = 8 oz 4c + 3c = 7c 7c x 8oz/c = 56oz
Get two slaves. Give one equation to each slave. Say, "Go!"
12c + 2b
It all depends on the player. As a trumpet player improves, it is generally beneficial for him to move from a 7C mouthpiece to a 3C. This typically improves his range, but not always. You must experiment with sizes until you find the right one for you. Most music stores have mouthpieces you can try out.
Add 9 to both sides: 7c - 14 Divide both sides by seven: c = 2
Well I got this: 2c+7=9+6-7c+2c 2c+7=15-9c 11c+7=15 (add 9c) 11c=8 ( Subtract 7) 11---11 ( Divide 11) C=0.72
-3.5. 2c would turn into -1.5 and seven wold turn to 3.5. add the two together and you get 2. 2+6=8 and you have your answer.
7F degrees lower than 4C is 0.111111111C. 7C degrees lower than 4C is -3C.
4c2 + 5c + 2c = 4c2 + 7c = c(4c + 7)