Q: What is 23X2?

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The pattern is twice the previous number plus 1 * 2 * (2x2)+1 = 5 * (5x2)+1 = 11 * (11x2)+1 = 23 * (23x2)+1 = 47

Equations don't equal numbers. An equation is a statement that has mathematicaloperations and possibly numbers in it.There are an infinite number of equations for which 46 could be a solution.Here are a few:x + 2 = 48100 - x = 54x/2 = 23x2 - 2,116 = 010x/10 = 39,810.717

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The factors of 23x2 are: 1, 23, x, x2, 23x, and 23x2.

23x2

x = -1.2153 x = 2.0614

(3x + 1)(4x - 1)(x - 2)

The pattern is twice the previous number plus 1 * 2 * (2x2)+1 = 5 * (5x2)+1 = 11 * (11x2)+1 = 23 * (23x2)+1 = 47

(21x3-23x2-76x-32)/(7x+4) = [3x2(7x4) -5x(7x+4)-8(7x+4)]/(7x+4)=3x2-5x-8

Equations don't equal numbers. An equation is a statement that has mathematicaloperations and possibly numbers in it.There are an infinite number of equations for which 46 could be a solution.Here are a few:x + 2 = 48100 - x = 54x/2 = 23x2 - 2,116 = 010x/10 = 39,810.717

There are 46 chromosomes (condensed threads of genetic material formed from chromatin as a cell prepares to divide), and 23 pairs of chromosomes in the human body.

If two haploid cells combine, a diploid cell is formed with two copies of each chromosome, one from each haploid cell. This results in a total of 46 chromosomes in humans, where each chromosome has a homologous pair.

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Atomic mass of sodium is 23. The atomic mass of oxygen is 16. Therefore the molecular mass of sodium oxide is 23x2+16=62u.The atomic mass of oxygen is 16. Atomic mass of sodium is 23. Therefore the molecular mass of the given compound is 62 grams per mole.

The molar mass of Na2CO3 is 106 g/mol. The molar mass of sodium in Na2CO3 is 2 * 23 g/mol = 46 g/mol. To calculate the mass percent of sodium in Na2CO3, we divide the molar mass of sodium by the molar mass of Na2CO3 and multiply by 100: (46 g/mol / 106 g/mol) * 100 β 43.4%.