9 more than a number w = w+9
Six less than a number w squared is written algebraically as w2 - 6
It is W - 1. If the remainder is greater than or equal to W, then you can subtract W from the remainder and increase the quotient by 1.
it's called a composite number [ a number greater than 1 w/ more than two factors.]
The answer will depend on what W is. Unfortunately, you have not bothered to share that information and so the question cannot be answered.
Designate w as the number of games won. The total of 25 must be the sum of the number of games won, the number lost, and the number tied. From the statement of the problem, the number of games lost must be 9 more than the number of games lost, or w + (w-9) equals number of games played minus number of games tied, or 2w - 9 = 25 - 2; 2w = 23 + 9 = 32; w = 16.
3w + 5
3W + 5
It is not clear from the question whetherx is an even number, which is less than W orW minus an even number.The distinction obviously affects the possible answers.
2w + 2
The phone number of the W W Law is: 912-236-8040.
Suppose the number is WXYZ, where W,X,Y and Z are non-negative integers less than 10. Then Y = 2*W So Y<10 => W<5 ie W<=4 Also, W = X+4 and X>=0 => W>=4 The above two imply that W = 4. Then X = W-4 = 0 Y = 2*W = 8 and Z = W/2 = 2 so the number is 4082
(3w(3w)/3w) + 5
100 7*w = number of days in w weeks.
Six less than w can be represented as: w-6
w is 150 of (w/150).
The phone number of the W W F Community Library is: 724-297-3762.
2x + w = -w
As w and w are the same number, there are no numbers between w and w. However, if it is inclusive of the limits, (ie "between w and w inclusive"), then there is only 1 number w, which to be a multiple of 4 6 and 8 must be a multiple of their lowest common multiple (lcm) which is 24; ie all multiples of 24, namely w is one of: 24, 48, 72, 96, 120, 144, 168, ...
The phone number of the W W And F Railway Museum is: 207-882-4193.
W is a variable. It could stand for a composite number, but it doesn't have to.