Q: The sum of twice a number and 4 times the same number?

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18

20

666

2x+4y

The number is 7.

If the number is n, then twice the number is 2n and the sum of the two is n + 2n = 3n.

sum - means addition less - means subtraction twice - means multiply by 2

The question cannot be answered because it is ambiguous. Does "twice the sum of 16 and a number" mean "2*16 + x" or does it mean "2*(16 + x)"

Call your number some variable, for example, "n". Twice the number would be 2n, adding four to that you get 2n + 4, and six times all that is 6(2n + 4), which is the same as 12n + 24.

"the sum of 2" and "twice" "a number" "is" "36"2+2x=36 â–

10

970.

This is an algebraic expression. It can be written as 3(2x + 4)

2*4 + 3*x = 34

5 and 2

n + 11n = 84

If the sum of a number and 4 is (X + 4) then twice that is 2(X + 4) which is 2X + 8

The number is 17.

If you mean: x+2x+17 = 101 then x = 28 which is the number needed

shut up your stupid go study don't ask me!

4*(2x + 8) = 32

2x + 7

2n+13

2x+6