Q: What does not represent the sum of n and 6 6 plus n n plus 6 6n?

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Yes.

6n+3=15 6n+3-3=15-3=12 6n = 12 n=12/6 = 2

6n + 4 = 40(Minus 4 on both sides)6n = 40 - 46n = 36(Divide by 6 on both sides)n = 36/6= 6

If you mean -5(6n+6) = 30 then -30n -30 = 30 and so n = -2 when evaluated

6n + 17 = 5 subtract 17 from both sides 6n = -12 divide both sides by 6 n = -2 (negative 2)

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-5=6n+7 -5-7=6n+7-7 -12=6n -12/6=6n/6 -2=n

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7n3 + 6n = n*(7n2 + 6)

15/6n + 6/6n = 21/6n = 7/2n

I assume that you mean n = 3 6n + 4 = 6(3) + 4 = 18 + 4 = 22

6n + 48

6n+3=15 6n+3-3=15-3=12 6n = 12 n=12/6 = 2

Let the second of the three consecutive multiples of 6 be 6n Then the first is 6n - 6 and the last is 6n + 6; and: (6n - 6) + 6n + (6n + 6) = 666 → 18n = 666 → n = 37 → the consecutive multiples of 6 which sum to 666 are 216, 222, 228

M+6n

6n + 4 = 40(Minus 4 on both sides)6n = 40 - 46n = 36(Divide by 6 on both sides)n = 36/6= 6

The GCF is 6.

It is the same as: 30n^2 +36n