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Q: What is a variable m more than 18?

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M multiplied by 2 + 25 or 2m + 25

2m + 9

M of 6 = (6,12,18,24,30,36......) M of 9 = (9,18,27,36....) Here, CM =18,36..... Where LCM = 18 (Which is Lowest Common Multiple of 6 and 9)

0.01 m is less than 0.08 m0.01 m < 0.08 m

Let me explain first what prefix mean. A big 'M' is 106 which is mega while for milli 10-3 prefix is a small 'm'. Therefore, if you ask if 1 Mega gram is more than 0.5 Mega gram, the answer is a big yes! In the same manner, 1 milligram is heavier than 0.5 milligram.

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It is a variable which, in the given expression, can have any value you like.

Add 4 to both sides to cancel out the -4. Then m will equal 22

An independent variable is the same thing as a test variable, so it is what you are testing. If you want to find out which chocolate is more fattening, you are TESTing to see if Hershey's or M&M's. You are TESTing the chocolate (to see which is more fattening)

In this case, you'll have to use a variable. Variables are basically a symbol which stands for a number. Let's use the variable "m". You're searching for 58 less than a number. That is basically just "word form" for a number, or a variable, minus 58. So if we use the variable "m", the expression will be m-58. Remember that you can use any variable you want.

No, 18 cm is not equal to 18 m. 1 m is equal to 100 cm, so 18 m is equal to 1800 cm.

The manipulated variable is the independent variable, which is m in this case. This variable is deliberately changed by the experimenter to observe its effect on the dependent variable, n.

You can have any number of free variables. If you have m variables and n linear equations then, if m > n, you will have at least (m - n) free variables.

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Without a variable to represent David's age, the only possible expression is Mario's age = M.

Because. The variable M is already used in an equation for mass.