Statement:The sum of three times of a number and five.Assumption:Let us take the number be x.So, Three times the number = 3x.Equation: 3x+5
3(n+5) three times n plus five n represents the unknown number
5*(3+x)=15+5x Fifteen plus five times that number
Assuming that you can use each number multiple times, 3125, because there are five options for the first number, five for the second, and so on to reach five. Then, five times five times five times five times five, or five to the fifth power, equals 3125. Were you only able to use each number once, the answer would be 120 based on the same principle. There would be five options for the first number, four remaining options for the second, three for the third, two for the fourth, and then one for the fifth. Then, as with the first, five times four times three times two (times one, but that really isn't necessary) results in 120.
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...
Because you counted five three times. Anyway,5+5+5 is not three so , yeah.
Three times five equal 15 all u need to do is count by five 5,10,15
None. Twenty-five is not divisible by three.
the number is 6.
Five ninths times three fifths is one third.
560 goes into 2800 five times.
You get a thousand times the counting number. Thus three becomes three thousand, Twenty five becomes twenty five thousand, and so on.
That can be defined as 5(x + 3)
Eight times twenty-five times twenty-three is equal to 4,600.
five times 25 8times 64
The preferred version is five hundred three, but both are correct.