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Q: If twice a number is diminished by 17 equals -3 what is the number?

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17+17+17=51

There's only one number that equals 17. It's 17.

The number is 17.

It is: 1*17 = 17 which is a prime number

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If you mean: x+2x+17 = 101 then x = 28 which is the number needed

The number is -153

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x is your number, so 2x + 17 =55. Solving for x = 19

Suppose the number is x Then number diminished by 5 is (x-5) Six times the number diminished by 5 is 6*(x-5) So 6*(x-5) = 72 Divide both sides by 6: (x-5) = 12 Add 5 to both sides: x = 17

Let the number be x and so the expression is: 2x+17

2 x 17 = 34

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In number form, that equals: 17.050

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1 x 17, 17 x 1 = 1717 is a prime number

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17. This equals the number of protons. So there are 36 minus 17 neutrons.

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Cheers - 1982 A Diminished Rebecca with a Suspended Cliff 10-17 was released on: USA: 6 February 1992

you have to take the square root of the number and add 5 so 9 -> 8

n + 20 - 17 + 13 - n = 20 - 17 + 13 = 3 + 13 = 16

If we add 51 and 17 (51 + 17), we'd get 68 for an answer. The number 51 is 50 + 1, and the number 17 is 10 + 7, taking the units digits, 1 + 7 equals 8, and 50 + 10 equals 60. Further, 8 plus 60 is 68, so the sum of 51 and 17 is 68.

4g-17 equals = -13