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Q: The sum of twice a number plus four times another number?

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the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4

4*(2x + 8) = 32

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Twice with a remainder of four

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Call your number some variable, for example, "n". Twice the number would be 2n, adding four to that you get 2n + 4, and six times all that is 6(2n + 4), which is the same as 12n + 24.

no the (LCM) is 2 cause it can go into four twice and fifty-four 27 times. you cant find another number small that goes into both.

the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4

4x+5x

2 x = 8 + 4x

4*(2x + 8) = 32

This is an algebraic expression. It can be written as 3(2x + 4)

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2x - 4 = 6x -4 = 4x x = -1

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