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It is q + 8

Q: The sum of q and 8?

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Watch carefully:Q + 8 = 9Subtract 8 from each side of this algebraic linear equation:Q = 1 .

The sum of p and q means (p+q). The difference of p and q means (p-q).

three-fourths of the sum of q and 5

It is: 4*(q+p)

Let the two numbers be P and Q. So P+Q = 34. P-Q = 18. Add these two equations together:2P = 52. --> P = 26. Substitute into one of the original equations: P+Q=34 --> Q=34-26=8. The numbers are 26 and 8. Check to make sure: 26+8=34. 26-8=18

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Watch carefully:Q + 8 = 9Subtract 8 from each side of this algebraic linear equation:Q = 1 .

The sum of p and q means (p+q). The difference of p and q means (p-q).

three-fourths of the sum of q and 5

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We can not provide a specific value as an answer to this question as both p and q are variables and their value is unspecified.However we can write this as:-8(p + q).We can multiply out the bracket to get:-8p + -8q.This is as far as we can answer this question unless the values of p and q are known.-8(p + q) = -8p + -8q

The expression is simply: 9+q

It is: 4*(q+p)

Let the two numbers be P and Q. So P+Q = 34. P-Q = 18. Add these two equations together:2P = 52. --> P = 26. Substitute into one of the original equations: P+Q=34 --> Q=34-26=8. The numbers are 26 and 8. Check to make sure: 26+8=34. 26-8=18

the sum of q plus 5!