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The sum of negative eighteen and a number is eleven. What is the number?
Which equation could be used to solve the problem?
x - 18 = 11
18 - x = 11
-x 18 = 11
x 18 = 11 **Weegy:** The answer is: x > -1 (More)

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Updated 9/18/2014 6:50:09 AM

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The sum of negative eighteen and a number is eleven, the number is 29 .

x - 18 = 11 could be used to solve the problem .

x -18 = 11

x = 11 + 18

x = 29

x - 18 = 11 could be used to solve the problem .

x -18 = 11

x = 11 + 18

x = 29

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The difference of twice a number and five is three. Find the number.
Translate the word problem to an equation. Which steps describe how to solve the equation **Weegy:** 2n - 5 = 3;
2n = 5+3;
2n = 8;
n = 8/2;
n=4 (More)

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Asked 6/27/2012 6:46:01 AM

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3abc b = 5
c = (5 - b)/(3ab)
c = -5/3ab
c = 2 - ab
**Weegy:** Answer is C. 2 (More)

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Asked 6/27/2012 7:39:48 AM

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Two fewer than a number doubled is the same as the number decreased by 38. Find the number.
If n is "the number," which equation could be used to solve for the number?
2(n- 2) =n- 38
2n- 2 =n- 38
2(n- 2) =n 38 **Weegy:** 2n - 2 =n - 38. This equation correctly describes the text above. n = -36. (More)

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Asked 6/28/2012 6:33:41 AM

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Three-sevenths of a number is 21. Find the number.
the number is 9
the number is 27
the number is 49
**Weegy:** c.the number is 49 (More)

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Updated 8/1/2014 7:57:30 AM

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3/7n = 21

n = 21 ÷ 3/7;

n = 21 * 7/3;

n = 147/3;

n= 49

n = 21 ÷ 3/7;

n = 21 * 7/3;

n = 147/3;

n= 49

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