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Q: What is 5 more than twice a number?

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Let's call "a number" x. Then 5 more than twice x is 5 + 2x.

Let the number be x and so if 2x+5 = -55 then the value of x is -30

Given a number N, you would have: 2*N - 5

5+5=1010-7=3the answer is 3

If the number is represented by X, then '4 more than a number' is represented by (X+4).

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Let's call "a number" x. Then 5 more than twice x is 5 + 2x.

Five more than twice a number is -13 find the number

2x + 5 =

7

2x + 5

2x+5

x=-3 or x=5

Twice the difference between a number and thirteen can be written as 2 (b - 13) Five more than twice the difference between a number and thirteen can be written as 2 (b - 13) + 5. The algebraic expression is 2 (b - 13) + 5.

1+x2=5 x+2

If you want "the number" write 5 + 2X = 7 2X = 2 X = 1. So "five more than twice of one is 7.

This can be realized in numbers as:Five more than (5 +) twice a number (2x) is equal to 27 (=27).5 + 2x = 27Subtract 5 from both sides.2x + 5 (- 5) = 27 (- 5)2x = 22Divide by 2x = 11

It is when the number is -5. I'm so smart.