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If you want "the number" write 5 + 2X = 7 2X = 2 X = 1. So "five more than twice of one is 7.

15+2*n = 9 2*n = -6 n = -3

One less than twice a number = (X times 2) minus 1, (where X = your number of choice).

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(2x - 4) or [ 2(x - 2) ].

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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,

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Twice the difference between a number and thirteen can be written as 2 (b - 13) Five more than twice the difference between a number and thirteen can be written as 2 (b - 13) + 5. The algebraic expression is 2 (b - 13) + 5.

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If you want "the number" write 5 + 2X = 7 2X = 2 X = 1. So "five more than twice of one is 7.

(92 x 2) - (9 x 2) = 162 - 18 = 144 The number is therefore 9.

Two is a number. Twice is an operator which means multiply by 2. Several is a non-specific number, more than 2 but not very many.

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