Q: What is 7W of the A W?

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Ill assume you mean for an are of a rectangle. w will stand for width. So you know the equation for a rectangle is L*W, so if length is 7W, then the area is 7W*W=Area or 7W^2

As a term of an expression in math, 72w means 7 times w

7w - 4w - 6w = (7 - 4 - 6)w = -3w

It is: 7+w

"16-7w plus 14-6w" is an algebraic expression - not an equation nor an inequality. It cannot be solved. So there is no way to determine the value of w and therefore the value of w-1.

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whats w stand for? -7w + 3(w+2)= -14

Ill assume you mean for an are of a rectangle. w will stand for width. So you know the equation for a rectangle is L*W, so if length is 7W, then the area is 7W*W=Area or 7W^2

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As a term of an expression in math, 72w means 7 times w

7w - 4w - 6w = (7 - 4 - 6)w = -3w

7w=122 122/7= 17.43 w=17.43

Perimeter = length + length + width + width Let "w" = width, then "7w" must equal the length (because it's 7 times the width) 7w + 7w + w + w = perimeter 16w = perimeter

It is: 7+w

-36 + 2w = -8w + w -36 + 2w = -7w -36 = -7w - 2w -36 = -9w w = -36/-9 = 4

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"16-7w plus 14-6w" is an algebraic expression - not an equation nor an inequality. It cannot be solved. So there is no way to determine the value of w and therefore the value of w-1.