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Q: If p equals 2s plus 5 what is s in terms of p?

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5 + 2s + s = 3s - s + 8 Combining like terms on the same side: 5 + 3s = 2s + 8 Subtracting 2s from both sides: 5 + s = 8 Subtracting 5 from both sides: s = 3

Through a process of elimination and substitution the solutions are s = 8 and x = 5

Because all the terms have been divided by -1

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1/6 plus 5/8 = 19/24 in its lowest terms

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.

7+2+5= 14 35 42

It equals 24.

y = -3x + 5 is as simple as it can be because there are no alike terms that can be combined.

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I would think -5 plus 5 equals 0.

It doesn't ! -7 plus -5 equals -12 ! -7 plus 5 equals -2

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No.

-2 plus 5 equals +3

2s2+7s-15 = (2s-3)(s+5) when factored

No. It equals 15.

This equation is not possible. Two plus three plus four plus five does not equal 287. The system has no solution.

5 + 5 + 5 = 15

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3 plus 5 equals 8.

it can't equal 550....i think it equals 15

it is 28