the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4
six less than fourteen times a number
6x -5 < 2x +10
It is when the number is -5. I'm so smart.
In words, the same idea could be expressed as: "Six less than a number is negative fifteen".
2x - 4 = 6x -4 = 4x x = -1
As an algebraic expression, six less than a number p is simply: p-6
Any number less than 3.
n - 6
5x + 18 = 2x - 6 x = -8
x = 2n + 6
Six times a number minus five is less than twice the number plus ten. 6 * n - 5 < 2 * n + 10 6n - 5 < 2n + 10 4n - 5 < 10 4n < 15 n < 15/4 This statement will hold true for all n < 15/4
15 - 6 = 9
doubling the quantity of a number decreased by six is lessthan negative thirty six
Six of them.
Any number that's −30 or less would fit.
Your question is incoherent.