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Q: Why do each 4 have a different value in 4.124?

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4's value is the hundreds, 6's value is the tenths, 8's value is the ones.

It will be 16.

We're guessing that what you really want to know is the value of 'p'that makes the statement true. Here's how to find it:3p + 4 = -14Subtract 4 from each side:3p = -18Divide each side by 3:p = -6

The value of 4 is 4 ones.

no number; absolute value is always positive. The absolute value of a negative number is positive. For example absolute value of -4 is +4

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Because it has a different value

24 + 4100 = 4124.

The Bold and the Beautiful - 1987 1-4124 was released on: USA: 4 September 2003

In each case the difference is twice the absolute value and the absolute value of -3 and +3 (which is 3) is smaller than the absolute value of -4 and +4 (which is 4).

There are 13 different face values, 4 of each. There are 4 different suits, 13 of each. Each card is a unique combination of face value and suit. Also, there are face cards (jack, queen, king, and sometimes ace), and number cards, and sometimes aces are considered by themselves.

The 4 is in the tens column so it's value is 4 x 10 = forty.

they go for 4 to 6 dollars each up here in Washington but could be different where your at depending on the availability

4's value is the hundreds, 6's value is the tenths, 8's value is the ones.

It means you replace each instance of the given variable with the given value. For instance, you have the following equation: A(A+2A)= B Then someone says to "substitute the value '4' for each instance of 'A'. You'd just replace them, and get: 4 ( 4 + 2(4)) = B

NO! It is only divisible by 1, 2, 4, 8, 1031, 2062, 4124, 8248.

It really doesn't have a definite antique value. Many buyers sell them at different prices on eBay, but come to an average of about $8-$10, and the cardboard record at about 4 bucks each

2x - 4 = 12Add 4 to each side:2x = 16Divide each side by 2:x = 8

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