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Q: Which expression represents a number that is six times as large as the sum of 4 and 659?

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An exponent.

9X + 7

Let the number be x and so the expression is 4x -3

" 3x + 5 " does.

3n + 4

5n - 7

10 + 3x

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n*5 - 6

It is 9*(n + 7)

It can be: 7x-11

The expression is: 3m-5

6x + 8 = 3x - 5

twenty four times a number and add 19

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I would say the anwser would be 11

If x is used to represent the unknown number, then the expression for 20 times a number would be 20x.

3(y+7)

0.8 x 12 = 9.6

In the first expression the value is 91 times as large as it is in the second.

Whatever expression equals 22.

It is not an equation but the given expression of 2pq means 2 times p times q

Y = 4 / (X + 3)

4(7-1)

its 3x