Q: Subtract the sum of 5 and 6 from their product number?

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The sum of 8 and 5 is 13. There is then no number with which to calculate its product.

10: 3n = 2(n + 5); 3n = 2n + 10; (subtract 2n from each side) n = 10.

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5(8 + 5)

The question, as posted, is meaningless. Make up your mind as to whether you a re interested in product or sum.

No - a product is the result of a multiplication sum. 5 + 9 = 14 is a sum, not a product.

6(3n+5)

The question is a bit ambiguous: "the sum of the product ... " does not seem to make sense. The first 5 digit number is 10000 the first 5 digit multiple of 6 is 10002 Their product is 100020000. I am not sure what to sum, though.

the sum of 10 and the product of 7 and a number 2+5=7 2*5=10

In a subtraction sum, such as 8 - 3 = 5, the first number is called the minuend, and the second number is the subtrahend.

5 - the other number is 3

6(3x + 5) = 18x + 30

3 and 5

Product = 35 Sum = 12

4 and 5 have the sum of 9 and the product of 20.

The two numbers are 3 and 5 and so 5 is the larger number

The sum of -5 plus 11 is 6. When a negative is added to the positive you subtract instead of add to get your answer.

You may subtract a positive number from a negative number by simply just adding the two numbers, disregarding their signs, and giving the sum a negative sign. For example, if we have to subtract 3 from -5, then you just add 3 and 5 which gives you 8. The final answer must be -8.

5(8 + 5)

The appropriate equation is: 5*(-3 + N) = -20

the product of 3 whole numbers is 5. Their sum is 7. what are the numbers

10 x 0.5 = 5 10 + 0.5 = 10.5

find the sum and product of the roots of 8×2+4×+5=0

5 x 1 = 5 5 + 1 = 6

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