Q: How do you subtract three sixteenths from 70 and a half?

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85

N = 28 (you have to subtract 70 from both sides of the equation)

70

70 = 81-n subtract 70 from both sides 0 = 11 - n subtract 11 from both sides -11 = -n divide both sides by -1 11 = n

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28

Well, split 70 in half: 35 + 35. Add 4 (half of the 8) to one half: 39. Subtract 4 (the other half of 8) from the other half: 31. The smaller number is 31.

130

85

23 is the half of 70

N = 28 (you have to subtract 70 from both sides of the equation)

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70

The half of 140 is 70

70 - (20 - 13)

70

70 = 81-n subtract 70 from both sides 0 = 11 - n subtract 11 from both sides -11 = -n divide both sides by -1 11 = n