Q: What is six less an unknown number?

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The answer is 1. 5 times x - x < 5 + x It has to be 1, anything over 1 could not be less than.

As an algebraic expression this is written 2x - 12, where x is the unknown number.

If: 4x-6 = 6x then x = -3

Your question is incoherent.

An algebraic expression for "6 less than 5 and a number" is (5 - x - 6), where x represents the unknown number.

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The answer is 1. 5 times x - x < 5 + x It has to be 1, anything over 1 could not be less than.

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Let the unknown number be x and so the expression is: 2x-3

Unknown. The upper range of the multiples of six is infinite.

In words, the same idea could be expressed as: "Six less than a number is negative fifteen".

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