2x + 5
Let's name the first number "X" and the other number "Y" thus: 2X+5Y is the same thing as twice a number more than five times another
It is the equation W = 2n + 5.
If you want "the number" write 5 + 2X = 7 2X = 2 X = 1. So "five more than twice of one is 7.
Twice the difference between a number and thirteen can be written as 2 (b - 13) Five more than twice the difference between a number and thirteen can be written as 2 (b - 13) + 5. The algebraic expression is 2 (b - 13) + 5.
If the unknown number is q then: 2q+25 = 72
It is 5n - 8 <= 2n + 10
Let the number be x and so if 2x+5 = -55 then the value of x is -30
Type your answer here... 3 and 82
18 and 6
If no number appears more often than any other, there is no mode.
The answer is 55 and 60
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3*(n - 5) = 2*n + 11
No matter the conditions, you will not be able to find a number that is simultaneously more than 20 and less than 5.
I guess you could use a search engine or maybe one of the address designators: but guess whatt???? Try it twice, or more!! Bet you do not come up with the same number twice.
One number is eight more than twice another if their difference is 25. The larger number is 42