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Q: 8n means a number by8

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We'll use "n" to represent "number." First, "eight times a number" means the number is multiplied by eight. 8n Then, seven is added to 8n. 8n + 7 Also, you can display it like this if it helps: (8 x n) + 7

x divided by8

48divided by8 = 6

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let n = number; then 8n squared = 96n and thus 8n = 96 and n = 12

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We'll use "n" to represent "number." First, "eight times a number" means the number is multiplied by eight. 8n Then, seven is added to 8n. 8n + 7 Also, you can display it like this if it helps: (8 x n) + 7

It is 40

x divided by8

48divided by8 = 6

In algebra, 8n means to multiply n and 8. (8xN)

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8n

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8n - 15 = 57 (add 15 to both sides)8n - 15 + 15 = 57 + 158n = 72 (divide both sides by 8)8n/8 = 72/8n = 9

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let n = number; then 8n squared = 96n and thus 8n = 96 and n = 12

712 divided by8 with all the work = 89

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