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Find the value of y in this equation: 16y = 164. A. 16 1/4 B. 32 C. 10 1/4 D. 180
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User: Find the value of y in this equation: 16y = 164. A. 16 1/4 B. 32 C. 10 1/4 D. 180

Weegy: 16y = 164; y = 164/16 = 41/4 = 10 1/4.
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User: Solve the equation: 7x = 42. A. x = 6 B. x = – 7 C. x = – 6 D. x = 7

Weegy: 7x = 42
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User: Solve this inequality: 3p – 6 > 21. A. p > 9 B. p > –9 C. p > –5 D. p > 5

Weegy: D. p > 9 is the answer.
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User: If five times a number plus two is 17, what is the number? A. 5 B. 2 C. 7 D. 3

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If five times a number plus two is 17, the number is 3.
5n + 2 = 17
5n = 17 - 2
5n = 15
n = 15/5
n = 3
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