Q: What do you call adding a number to both sides?

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Double agent.

It's quite acceptable to call it a n-agon with n being the unknown number of sides

A dodecagon or dudecagon are both acceptable terms

It can be a square or a rhombus but they are both quadrilaterals.

A parallelogram.

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n-gonn represents the number of sides

Double agent.

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Double agent.

Let's call the unknown number x 8x = 208 Divide both sides by 8 to find the value of x x = 26

Let's call the number x. x-25=-51. Add 25 to both sides. You get x=-26. The number is negative 26.

It's quite acceptable to call it a n-agon with n being the unknown number of sides

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The minimum number of sides for a polygon is 3 sides.

Parallelogram

A dodecagon or dudecagon are both acceptable terms