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n² - 10n + 24 = 0 You need two numbers that multiply to equal 24. They have to add to equal -10. -6 times -4 is 24 -6 plus -4 is -10 Your answer is (n - 6)(n - 4).

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24 x 6 = 144 + 8 = 152

Depends on the value of n

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24 - n = 5n n = 4

If ten times the number n decreased by 13 is equal to the square of the same number n increased by 3, then the value of n is either 8 or 2.

Call the unknown number n. From the problem statement, 5(6 + n) = 24, or 30 + 5n = 24, or 5n = 24 - 30 = - 6, or n = -(6/5).

n - 24 = 48Add 24 to both sides of the equation:n = 72

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The formula for the angles of a regular n-gon is 180(n-2)/n. If 180(n-2)/n = 144 then 180n-360 = 144n so 36n = 360 and n=10. This means that a regular decagon has angles measuring 144 degrees.

4*(n + 1) = 6*n*3

n2 = 5n + 24 (subtract 5n and 24 to both sides)n2 - 5n - 24 = 0(n + 3)(n - 8) = 0n + 3 = 0 or n - 8 = 0n = -3 or n = 8

2n = 24 n = 12

51. t(n) = (7n4 - 66n3 + 221n2 - 282n + 144)/24 for n = 1,2,3, ..

50n = 5000 n = 5000/50 n = 100

No it doesn't. If the n is a negative number, it would equal a positive number. For example: -n=6 n must be -6 because a negative times negative equals positive.

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17/29 = 24/n n*17/29 = 24 n*17 = 24*29 n = 24*29/17 n = 40.94117647

1000n = 0.6 Therefore, 0.6/1000 = n Therefore, n = 0.0006

I only know it for sure for a circle with diameter equal to 1. The perimeter of a polygone with n sides inscribed in a circle with diameter 1 is equal to n times sin (pi/n), so for a hexagon it is 6 times sin (pi/6) = 3.0000. For circles having another diameter, I would intuitively say that the formula becomes diameter times n times sin (pi/n).

(-7)n - 4 = 13 - (6)n