Q: How would you write Six more than twice a number?

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2z+9

1+x2=5 x+2

If the unknown number is q then: 2q+25 = 72

2 more than twice a number. Well, the formula for that would be ( N x 2) + 2. The N stands for number. So, I hope that helps you a little. If you have a number to fill in you would put it in the n spot,

2n + 4 = 25

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3>2x

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It is: 3x = 2x+8 and the value of x is 8

If the unknown number is q then: 2q+25 = 72

2 more than twice a number. Well, the formula for that would be ( N x 2) + 2. The N stands for number. So, I hope that helps you a little. If you have a number to fill in you would put it in the n spot,