a - 5 is 6. So a is 11
6 sevenths multiplied by 5 eights equals 15 over twenty-eight, or 15/28
Y is the variable so it depends on the question
3/7 = 0.428571
Eighty nine minus seventy six equals thirteen
5/7 equals 25/35.
No, it would have to be ten fourteenths to equal five sevenths or one seventh equals two fourteenths.
Thirteen plus thirteen.
2 and four sevenths 5 & 2/7 minus 2 & 5/7 equals 2 & 4/7
k is the variable.
In the right circumstances any variable.
In the statement given in the question, m is a variable with an unknown value.
y=mx+b y = 3/7x + 6/7 y equals three sevenths x plus six sevenths
"Wat" is the variable.
Two plus eleven = thirteen.
This answer applies to programming languages in general. The equals sign is used for assignment. For example, the code "$variable = 1" assigns the value of 1 to the variable $variable. If you want to test whether values are the same (equality) the double equals sign is used. For example, when you want to verify that $variable has been assigned the value of 1 you would use: $variable == 1
It equals 3.25
Wrong is simplest. Nine times Eight DOES NOT equal thirteen.
If I understand the question correctly, and that is by no means certain, then x = (y-1)/2
They define a variable by saying n equals some value.