5x3=15 is the inverse
The generalisation is that multiplication is Abelian (or commutative) for numbers.
If you're asking what x equals, it equals 5 because 5x3=15, and 15-2=13.
Commutivity of multiplication or the commutative property of multiplication.
27, 5x3==15, 4x3=12 15=12=27
5x3 = 45x Divide both sides by 5: x3 = 9x Divide both sides by x: x2 = 9 Square root both sides: x = 3
Since 5x is a factor of both terms, divide it. 5x3 + 5x = 5x(x2 + 1)
3x+5=20 x=5 since 5x3+5=20
If 5x3=30-4+3=29 ....................then4x5-0+7=27
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None. 5x3 is a pure number, not a length.
y = 5x3 + 6 is a cubic equation, not a linear equation. Linear equations contain only terms of degree 0 (i.e. constants) and terms of degree 1.
Because the answer to 5x0.5 is 2.5 as the answer to 5x0.3 is 1.5 and 5x3 is 15.
No. x=3. (5x3 is 15 or 5x =15-3=12)
3x4 plus 5x3 plus x2 - 5 divided by x 2 =[(3x4) + (5x3) + (x2 - 5)]/x2 =(12 + 15 + x2 -5)/x2 =(27 - 5 + x2)/x2 =(22 + x2)/x2
86-27 equals = 59
88 - 27 equals = 61
15 5x3 prime factorization: 5x3
x + 3 = 6xx - x + 3 = 6x - x3 = 5x3/5 = 5x/53/5 = x
9 times 3 equals 27.
27 equals 191
27 divided by 3 equals 9. 27 divided by 9 equals 3.
What is the additive inverse of the polynomial –9xy2 + 6x2y – 5x3?