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N = (6*(a 2 )) -18

5x + 18 = 2x - 6 x = -8

The number is less than 18.

well the product of 6 and 3 is 18 18-5 is 13

3*(x-5)=39 x-5=13 x=18

18-3

The trick is to interpret correctly the "5 less than a number" phrase. It means "5 less than a given number". Since 39 is 3 times 13, it results that "5 less than the number" is 13. Hence, the number is 13 plus 5, that is, 18. The trick is to interpret correctly the "5 less than a number" phrase. It means "5 less than a given number". Since 39 is 3 times 13, it results that "5 less than the number" is 13. Hence, the number is 13 plus 5, that is, 18. jasmine and timonthy

18

c-18

16, 17 and 18

Nothing. Any number that is less than 18/100 it must be less than 3/10.

9

18

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To solve this you'll need to write an equation, since you don't know enough information to find an answer. Start with the multiplication part of the equation, which is "the product of a number and 4." This is written as 4x. Then you just need to subtract the 18, giving you 4x-18. Now you can substitute any number in for x and solve to get an answer.

No. In order for something to be a factor of a number, it has to be less than or equal to the number.

It is: 17

Chlorine, with the atomic number 17 has one less proton than argon, with the atomic number 18. The atomic number is the number of protons.

18 = 1x18, 18 = 2x9, and 18 = 3x6

the number is 18

18

It is: 52-34 = 18

The equation is: 18N+2 = 19N

First, divide 36 by 2: 36/2 = 18 Thus one number is greater than 18, and the other is less than 18. Since we are given no more information than "one number is less than the other" we can choose any two numbers where one is greater than 18 and the other is less that add up to 36: 1,35 2,34 3,33 4,32 5,31 6,30 ... and so on.

Chlorine, with the atomic number 17 has one less proton than argon, with the atomic number 18