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Algebraically, with X = number.

2X + 5 = - 3

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Q: How do you write twice a number plus 5 is -3?

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2x+3

2*(n+3)

As a calculation you could have 3 divided by 3 plus 3.

If the question contains a typing error and should read, "The reciprocal of a number plus the reciprocal of twice the number equals one half ?" Then let 'n' be the number.1/n + 1/2n = 1/2 : Multiply by 2n2 + 1 = n : n = 3NOTE : 1/3 + 1/6 = 1/2The answer is 3.

n+3 the sum of a number and three means a number plus three.

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2x+3

twice a number n is 2n plus 3 is + 3 → twice a number n plus 3 is 2n + 3.

2*(n+3)

Three more than twice a number.

n>3 2x + 2 > x + 5

2x+3=11

As a calculation you could have 3 divided by 3 plus 3.

If the question contains a typing error and should read, "The reciprocal of a number plus the reciprocal of twice the number equals one half ?" Then let 'n' be the number.1/n + 1/2n = 1/2 : Multiply by 2n2 + 1 = n : n = 3NOTE : 1/3 + 1/6 = 1/2The answer is 3.

n+3 the sum of a number and three means a number plus three.

Let the numbers be x and y If: x+2y = 3 and 2x+y = 27 Then the simultaneous equations work out as: x = 17 and y = -7

(x + 5) + 3

add 3 to a number a number plus 3 the sum of a number and 3 3 more than a number a number increased by 3