Translate this phrase into an algebraic equation The product of two consecutive multiple of three integers?
n - 5 = 8
The number works out as 14
Three times a number is 10 less five times the number can be put in the form of an equation that looks like this: 3x = 5x-10. Now just solve for x...
7n - 6
4x - 8 = 8(x + 2)
Represent the number by n. The equation is 5n - 1 = 3n +5, and the solution is n = 3.
==> [ 3x - 8 ]
2x = <4
Writing down the equation with x as the number you are trying to find, we get 3x = 4x-1. Simplifying the equation, we find that x=1. So, the answer is 1.
As a mixed number, 5 3/7
(-7)n - 4 = 13 - (6)n
Expressed as an equation, this would be equal to 4n - 25.
If: 3x-8 = -14 then x = -2
the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4
7x - 8 = -297x - 8 + 8 = -29 + 87x = -217x/7 = -21/7x = -3