Q: How do you add and subtract 7 14 21 35 49 63 to make 100?

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add 9 add 1 subtract 20 add 9 add 1

Add 14 to 3, that shouldn't be too difficult. (And if you get an answer of 24 or larger, subtract 24.)

It really depends on the way you want to do it. You can subract from the possitive. Or add to the negitive. Say. 14+(-3) You can do 14-3, or change it to -3+14, both are 11.

add 6, subtract 2

I - 14

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add 9 add 1 subtract 20 add 9 add 1

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Add 14 to 3, that shouldn't be too difficult. (And if you get an answer of 24 or larger, subtract 24.)

It really depends on the way you want to do it. You can subract from the possitive. Or add to the negitive. Say. 14+(-3) You can do 14-3, or change it to -3+14, both are 11.

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add 6, subtract 2

I - 14

It depends on what you mean by "make." If you add, subtract, or multiply two even numbers, the answer is always an even number. But if you divide, the answer is not always even: 6/2 = 3 14/2 = 7

".14" means 14/100 So, the improper fraction would be 4 + 14/100 To make it a proper fraction, multiply 4 by 100/100: 400/100 + 14/100 = 414/100

18. The pattern is add 5, then subtract 1.

You solve for x 3x -3 = 4x -14 now subtract 3x from both sides - 3 = x -14 add 14 to both sides 11 = x