Q: How is A number n is 5 more than 12 written in an equation?

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If the number is N, then 3 more is N+3, set equal to 7: N+3=7

The solution set is the answers that make an equation true. So I would call it the solution.

8<(4n+10)

A number that makes an equation true is a solution. If there is more than one answer to an equation (such as an equation like): (x-2)(x+4)=0 then it is called a solution set (and in this case would be x={-4, 2}).

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2n + 3

No, inequalities have more than, less then, at least, or no more than signs. Equations just have equal signs. An inequality answer can't be written as just a number it has to have a sign with it.

If the number is N, then 3 more is N+3, set equal to 7: N+3=7

6plus 9 equals x

The equation is: 18N+2 = 19N

x/2 + 5

x + 12 = -12

The solution set is the answers that make an equation true. So I would call it the solution.

Example:VERBAL SENTENCE:Seven more than twice a number is four less than thrice the number.MATHEMATICAL EQUATION:(seven more than) (four less than)(twice a number) is (thrice a number)2x + 7 = 3x - 4=Earljoyce8â™¥=Hope this helps!!

Represent the number by n. The equation is 5n - 1 = 3n +5, and the solution is n = 3.

8<(4n+10)

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