m = n/(n-1)
m + n = 10000.05m + 0.06n = 57
It is the property of n as the additive identity.
The value of n is 3, by the commutative property.
It would be the same number either way because its addition.
No property. Unless n is known there is no property exhibited.
It is the additive identity property of zero. (n+0=n)
No. If your trying to find n, then you subtract four from each side. n = 10 That would be subtraction property of equality.
If: m = n+x/p then x = p(m-n)
m = 24
12/n+7m=30 12/6=2 + 7x4=28
This is a hyperbola. It is best approached using Fermat's factorisation method. Seefermat-s-factorization-methodor google wikepedia. I don't know of any faster approach.
you multiply m n p
We have no clue what question that equation is asking.
Multiplicative identity property.
n = 8
Solve be substitution... m+n=1000 0.05m+0.06n=57 Take one of the equation and find "m" m=1000-n substitute into the other equation 0.05(1000-n)+0.06n=57 50-0.05n+0.06n=57 50-0.01n=57 -0.01n=-7 n=700 Now you have found "n" now find "m" m=1000-n m=1000-700 m=300 m=300 and n=700
Given m equals 3 and n equals 1 then m3n3 equals?m3n3 = m*3*n*3 = 3*3*1*3 = [ 27 ]
When M equals 25, then M divided by 5 is 5. It makes no difference what N is.
2 plus n is the true one, but 1 plus n is not?