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Q: What is Four increased by a certain number?

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Four-Sevenths would be equal to 15.5714286.

There is no selected number so it would be a variable. The answer is 2n-9 (n is the number which you choose)

5+4x

It is 3*abs(n - 6) + 4*n

4x + 10 = 384x = 38 - 104x = 28x = 28/4Therefore, x = 7.

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x = number Four times the number (4x) is the same as the number increased by 78 (x + 78). Since they are both equal, then 4x = x + 78 4x - x = 78 3x = 78 x = 26

increased means added to so a certain increased by 4 would be x + 4

If the digit in the thousands place is increased by 1, the value of the number is increased by 1,000.

Four-Sevenths would be equal to 15.5714286.

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There is no selected number so it would be a variable. The answer is 2n-9 (n is the number which you choose)

Four.

Let the certain number be x and so the expression is: 4+x

An atom with an atomic number of four has four protons. The atomic number represents the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom.

5+4x

y = 4x + 6