7 equals Wonders of the Ancient World.
If: 3w = 42 Then: w = 14
Its the: 7 Wonders of the Ancient World
w x 1
Let w be the width, then 2(7 + w) = 42 or 14 + 2w = 42 or 2w = 42 - 14 or 2w = 28 w = 14
7 equals down in sewer water
If x = 2 and y = 3 and z = 6 then the value of w if w = xyz is 36. (2 times 3 times 6)
If: w-7 = 11 Then: w = 18
7 Days of the Week
7 days of the week
7 = Continents of the World
New Wonders of the World?
9 over 7
7 wonders of the ancient world
(t-7)/w = (-3-7)/-2 = -10/-2 = +5 ( minus over minus = plus)
Oceans of the World?
The answer is seven wonders of the world. It is a simple algerbra question.
I understand this equation to be 7w = 42. The principle we use for solving equations like this one is that we can do the same thing to both sides of the equation and the equation will still be _true_. We want the 'w' by itself. This implies ridding the left side of the 7. We can turn it into a one (1) by dividing it by 7. But if we do that to the left side of the equation then we must also do that to the right side. 7w/7 = 42/7 1w = 6 or w = 6, the result.
L = 14 and W = 2 would give an area (A) of 28, or 7 (L) x 4 (W) = 28 (A)
yes area equals leangth times width, permimetre is 2 (l) 2 (w)
W=15. My father helped me figure this out.
As a term of an expression in math, 72w means 7 times w