16 + x = y
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)"
The number is 1.
Let x be a number. 16=(3+x)*4 16=12+4x 16-12=12+4x-12 4=4x 4/4=4x/4 1=x Therefore a number is 1.
Then the number is 16
25 is a square number, and the sum of 9 and 16 is 25. 9 and 16 are also square numbers.
1 and 16 are factors of 32 and their sum is 17 which is an odd number
A single number cannot have a sum or a product - a sum or product is used to compare two or more numbers.
No because a abundant # is a number where the sum of its proper factors is greater than itself. 16 is not an abundant number because the sum of its proper factors is (15) less than itself.
The sum of two negative numbers will be more negative than either one of them. The sum cannot, therefore, be 16.
The number is 16.
16+25 = 41 which is an odd number and also a prime number
16 and 12
The 5th prime number is 11, and the 5th Fibonacci number is 5.The sum will be 11 + 5 = 16
The sum is less than the positive number. Example: 16 + -3= 13. As you can see 13 is less than 16 so the sum is less than the positive number.
Adding 255 to 70 gives you a sum of 325. Adding 16 to the sum of 325 gives you a total sum of 341. To verify your answer, you can add the three numbers together on a calculator.