In words, the same idea could be expressed as: "Six less than a number is negative fifteen".
x + x - 3 = 2x - 3
15-5 = 10
Nine less than twice a number equals the same number increased by four?
It depends on the unknown number.
The answer is 1. 5 times x - x < 5 + x It has to be 1, anything over 1 could not be less than.
10n - 24 = 8n + 64 n = 44
Let the unknown number be x and so the expression is: 2x-3
As an algebraic expression this is written 2x - 12, where x is the unknown number.
Six less than fifteen (15-6) is nine (9)
There is no single number that satisfies those conditions.
The first non-zero digit of the number 0.015 is in the hundredths column. 0.015 is equal to fifteen thousandths, whereas 0.15 is equal to fifteen hundredths.
It could be: x-5 whereas x is an unknown variable
a number when all the proper factors added up equals 1 less then your number
Let the unknown number be x and so the algebraic expression is: 2x -13
100% equals the number. Less than 100% is less than the number. Greater than 100% is greater than the number.