Q: What is -5 plus 4a equals 27?

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a=5

a is equal to 1.

4a+5=25 4a=25-5 4a=20 a=20/4 a=5

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4a + a = 25 add 4a and a 5a = 25 then divide 25 by 5 a = 5

4a2 - 9a + 5 = 4a2 - 4a -5a + 5 = 4a(a - 1) - 5(a - 1) = (4a - 5)(a - 1)

27

a = 5

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3*-5+27 equals 12.

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x = 27

Evaluate -4(a+b) - 10a/b when a=8 and b=5

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X=27

The value of x is -4

The slope is -5/3.

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4a4 + 11a3 - 47a3 - 4a + 5 =4a4 - 36a3 - 4a + 5 =4a (a3 - 9a2 - 1) + 5

4a + 7

It is: 7a+1 when simplified

If -3m+5=-22, then you do this math: -22-5= -3m. -22-5=-27, so if you take the negative signs away from -27 and -3m, divide 27 by 3 to get 9, therefore m=9.

27 = 22 + 5

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