Q: What number increased by -12 is 28?

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I believe 28+a number=96

28 is the answer. if 12 is 15% of a number ,the number is 80. 35% of 80 is 28

The fraction 7/15 (represented in decimal form by 0.4666...) increased by 59 of itself is equal to the number 28. You can solve this by adding 1 to 59 (60) and then divide 28 by 60.

To answer this, first convert it into an equation: (4)(x+7) = -36 Now, solve for x: (4)(x+7) = -36 4x+28 = -36 4x = )-36)-28 4x = (-36) + (-28) 4x = -64 x = (-64)/4 x = -16

12/28 = 3/7

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-12+28 = 16

31.36 is 12% more than 28.

16 (16+12=28)

x + 12. If the unknown number is represented by x, the expression for a number increased by 12 would be x + 12.

I believe 28+a number=96

It is a deficient number. The first abundant number is 12. 12: 1,2,3,4,6,12 which equal 28 28>(12*2) and the abundance is 28-(12*2)=4

28 is the answer. if 12 is 15% of a number ,the number is 80. 35% of 80 is 28

28 .5 x 28= 14 14 + 2= 16

The fraction 7/15 (represented in decimal form by 0.4666...) increased by 59 of itself is equal to the number 28. You can solve this by adding 1 to 59 (60) and then divide 28 by 60.

3x+4 = 28 3x = 28-4 3x = 24 x=8

x - 2 = 7 + x/4 4x - 8 = 28 + x 3x = 36 x = 12

26 + 12*n