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Q: What is the answer to two increased by six times a number?

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Let the number be x and so the expression is: 2+6x

2x+13

12n

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To do this, you figure out how many times the denominator goes into the numerator. two goes into six three times, so the mixed number is just 3.

6x-2

six times two is the same as two times six. It equals twelve

2*(n+15) = 6n

The smallest six-digit even number is 100,000

6x+2

There are two possible (and different) answers: 2x + 3y = 12 or 2*(x + 3y)= 12 The first one is (twice a number) increased by (three times another) The second is twice (a number increased by (three times another)).

Yes, the number two is the same as the number six

First, you find a number that goes into both 12 and 30. This number is two. Two goes into 12, six times and 30, fifteen times. So now you have to find a number that goes into both six and fifteen. This number is 3. Three goes into six two times and fifteen five times. There is no number that can go into 2 & 5 besides one. So two fifths (2/5) is your simplified fraction. or two over five.

2(-6n)

You add six to two and you will get 8. If you wanted it six times more than two, you have to multiply the two numbers. You will get 12.

Any number less than 3.

The answer to six times 22 is 132.

Assuming the number is n; then: 2n + (6n + 5) = 8n + 5 That means five added to eight times the number

Two twenty-seven times or twenty-seven twice, three eighteen times or eighteen thrice, and six nine times or nine six times.

Thirty-six.

The equation for this would be 6n - 2.

Two times six minus four is equal to 8.

(6x) - (-2x) = 6x + 2x = 8x

if I understand your question, the smallest six-digit number is 100 000. Perchance it is also even. And here I'm uncertain of your wording - but: - And it is two times fifty thousand.

Two twent-seven times or twenty-seven twice, three eighteen times or eighteen thrice, and six nine times or nine six times. Comprende amigo?