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Q: What number does m equal?

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A number "m" plus 40 equals 60. Therefore, 60 minus 40 equals m. m therefore equals 20.

I cannot see m being any major constant, so my only guess is you can say this:x * m + m = xm+m = m(x+1)

It will always be odd. A proof: Call the even number m, call the odd number p. 'p' is equal to an even number 'n' + 1. Adding m and p is equal to m + n + 1; since m and n are both even, their sum is also even (see the related questions). m + n + 1 is one more than an even number, so it is odd, and therefore an odd number plus an even number is also always odd. QED

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In roman numerals M=1000; therefore, MM=2000.

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