4(p + q), or 4p + 4q
The sum of -p and -q -
The sum of p and q
how many ways can you get a sum of 1?
The sum of p and q means (p+q). The difference of p and q means (p-q).
three-fourths of the sum of q and 5
q - p
The expression is simply: 9+q
As an algebraic expression it is simply: 8+q
It is: 4*(q+p)
the sum of q plus 5!
Let's say Un=aqn and Sn=a+aq+aq2+aq3+aq4+aq5+...+aqn Sn = a (1+q+q2+q3+q4+q5+...+qn) A=(Sn/a) - q (Sn/a) = (1+q+q2+q3+q4+q5+...+qn) - q(1+q+q2+q3+q4+q5+...+qn) A=1+q+q2+q3+q4+q5+...+qn-q-q2-q3-....-qn-qn+1=1-qn+1 So A = 1-qn+1 = Sn/a (1-q) So Sn = a (1-qn+1)/(1-q)
I think so.Sum = m + q
The sum of a number x and 84