2 times 13 equals 26. 1 times 26 also equals 26.
3x + 11
2n = 24 n = 12
The equasion would be 10x 1/j = 5x1/9 (if j equals some number) so the answer would be j=18.
5*(3+x)=15+5x Fifteen plus five times that number
That's not even a question. It's only a statement that says that some number is equal to itself.
7 times some other unknown number then add 8
30 some thing
The answer is that there is no such x - unless you define "plus" in some special way.
In some problems they use an operator they call "plus" but in reality there are other operations going on. Using a matter of guess and check you need to find an equation that fits each of the number sets. Lets set x equal to the first number given and y to the second number given. x = first number given y = second number given This would make the answer be equal to the following equation answer = (x + y)*x To make sure lets test with the first set of numbers. 10 = (2+3)*2 10 = (5)*2 10 = 10 check! Apply this to the final two numbers: (9+7)*9 (16)*9 144 Therefore your answer would be 144.
Any number equals 50 percent of some suitable number - namely, double that number.
6000.......it's actually 5,100
the answer to this is 0.032
37 times 27 equals 999. Please give me some trust points. This answer is right tho.
A number plus zero equals the original number. A number minus zero equals the original number. A number multiplied by zero equals zero. A number cannot be divided by zero. Zero is the only number that is neither positive nor negative. Zero represents the boundary between positive and negative numbers. Zero is the natural starting point on many scales, such as on thermometers. Zero is the common point of coordinate axes.
The answer is 16,288. Is this some kind of joke question?
This equation describes all the points on the unit sphere. There is an infinite number of solutions. Some quick integer solutions would be (1,0,0) and (0,1,0) and (0,0,1) which are the one the axes.
Many different numbers added together can equal 89. Some examples are 88+1, 45+44 and 60+29
1 times 4
To multiply means taking one number a specified number of times to get a new number. For example:2 times 3 equals 6.The statement of "taking one number a specified number of times to get a new number" is a multiplication problem.Like many types of problems, multiplication problems take some skills and practice to solve. But once you "get it", you can reuse the same skills on new problems.
Yes, this reaction is possible. Fluorine will displace chlorine from some compounds.
Some of the subscripts are incorrectly used.
It seems to be some kind of simultaneous equation with too many equality signs in it.
Yes, some times it does and and other times it does not.
In Roman numerals, you have to do some adding and subtracting, but first you have to identify the numbers! X equals 10. V equals 5, and each I equals 1. Now that you know that, you have to add. 10 plus 5 plus 2. Your answer is 17.