Q: The sum of 5 times a number and 6?

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The number is 54. The sum of its digits is 5 + 4 = 9. 54/9 = 6.

6(3n+5)

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

5 x (6 + n)

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because the number are the same /example2 times 3 equals 6. 3 times 2 equals 6

The question is ambiguous and the possible answers are n + 5*6 = n + 30 or (n + 5)*6

The sum of the numbers is 240. If one number is 5 times as big as the other then 240 must be divided by 6. 240/6 = 40. The smaller number must be this while the larger number is 5 times the size. Small number = 40 Larger number = 40 * 5 = 200

54 (5 + 4) x 6 = 54

30/5=613-7=6=> (13-7)*5 = 30

6 divided by the sum of 4 times x and 5 times k is equal to 6 times the reciprocal of (4x + 5k).

Five times the sum of 6 and a number is 2 more than the numberWrite the equation5(6 + x) - 2 = x30 + 5x - 2 = x5x + 28 = x4x = -28x = -7Check: 5 (6 + (-7)) - 2 = -75(-1) - 2 = -7

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The answer all depends on the variable, or the number. It is 6 times the original number. An example: 5x5+5=25+5=30 5x6=30 x + 5x = 6x

4(x+6)

30/5 = 6 so x - 2 = 6 so x = 8

Let: x= the number2x+5=102x=6x=3therefore: 3 is the number

Let the number be x4x-3(x+2)=54x-3x-6=5x=11

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).

6+n = 2n+5

3x^2 + 6

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x+5 divided by 2 =6

6*(13 + n)

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