7*(2*x - 16), or maybe 7*| 2*x - 16 |. It depends on if you want to keep the 'difference' to be a positive number.
The difference between 13 and 16 is 3. To find the difference between two numbers subtract the larger number by the smaller number. (16-13=3)
abs(16 - 2*n)
2x - 16 = 3x/18
17 If the number has only two factors, it must be a prime number. The only factors of 17 are 1 and 17. The difference between 1 and 17 is 16.
The 16 and 26 cartridges have twice the amount of ink compared to the 17 and 27.
8: The number of neutrons is equal to the difference between the mass number and the atomic number; for oxygen-16, 16 - 8.
Your answer is 52. The reason for this is because the difference between 7 and 10 is 3. The difference between 10 and 16 is 6. The difference between 16 and 28 is 12. So the last one must be 28 +24 = 52
A quarter of 16 is 4 Half of 16 is 8 They differ by 4 Note that a half is always twice a quarter.
The question cannot be answered because it is ambiguous. Does "twice the sum of 16 and a number" mean "2*16 + x" or does it mean "2*(16 + x)"
47 - 31 = 16
2v + 16
When a number is squared, it has been multiplied by itself. For instance: 4 squared means 4x4, which is equal to 16.
The number 16 is halfway between those two numbers.
The difference between 9 and this number (let it be x) is 7This means 9-x=7 or x-9=7 (either number can be bigger to create the 7 difference)9-x=79-7=xx=2ORx-9=7x=9+7x=16
One difference between the 4L60 and the 4L80 is the number of bolts on the fluid pan. The 4L60 will have 16 bolts while the 4L80 will have 17 bolts.
if a number is "x" then it is 2x-16
If the higher is 3 times the lower, the difference must be twice the lower so the numbers are 8 and 24.
Answer#16 has almost twice the amount of ink as #17Lexmark #16 (10N0016) is a High Yield Cartridge, where as Lexmark #17 is considered for moderate use.
There are an infinite number of numbers that have a difference of 16, 16 and 0 is a pair that fits this.