The sum of three times a number and its square is 10 more than 6 times a number?
sqrt(n) + 6
To square a number, multiply the number by itself.Example: The square of 6 is (6 times 6) = 36.Note: This gives you the area only if the figure is a square.
A normal 3x3 magic square has a sum of 15. So you subtract 3 from each number in the square.
6 zero in the sum of 1000 square
When you have calculated the square root of each number, simply add the results together and you will have the answer.
Translate to an equation:x + x2 = 30Solve for x:x2 + x - 30 = 0(x + 6)(x - 5) = 0x = 5, -6
Le the "number" be x. The sum is x + 6.
5 or -6.