Q: How would you write the sum of seven times a number and nine is equal to six times the number?

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7+N=9

the two prime numbers will be factors of that number, which would make that number a composite number

56 of them.

To be equal to 100%, a number would have to be equal to some other number, e.g., 2 = 42/21 so that 2 = 100% of 42/21.

It would be any real number which is greater than or equal to -5.

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If seven times a number results in 35, then six times a number would be five less.

14

The number that multiplied by 32 would equal 81 is 2.53125.

Expressed as a mixed number, six hundred plus seven hundred-thousandths is equal to 600 7/100000. Expressed as a decimal number, this is equal to 6.00007.

If x is your variable, it would be 6x+7x. If x is negative, it would be 6(-x)+7(-x).

7.745966692414834 x 7.745966692414834 = 60

7+N=9

To express this as an algebraic sum, this would be equal to 7x - 10.

never.. the highest number on a dice is a 6

Any number divided by 1 (one) would equal that same number.

The expected number of times is the probability x number of throws. Since you have a prob of 1/6 for a seven, then (1/6) * 160 = 26.67 times you would have success. We generally would round up the expected number of successes to the whole number 27.

This expression would be 3x-7.