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Are all integer natural numbers
Yes, all integers are natural numbers.
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whatis the missing term in the equation; 4(r+6)=4r+ ?
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4(r + 6)= 4r + 24
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4(r+6)=4r+ 24
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6(5+x)+ 7(6+x) = 0
30 + 6x + 42 + 7x = 0
13x + 72 = 0
13x = -72
x = -72/13
The answer to the equation 6(5+x)+ 7(6+x) = 0 is x = -72/13
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what is distributive property ? User: what is the x-term in the math equaton; 14x+7+13x+9+15x ?
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14x+7+13x+9+15x = 42x + 16
The x-term in the math equation 14x+7+13x+9+15x is 42.
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The distributive property states that multiplying the sum of two numbers by another number, is equivalent to multiplying each of the addends by that number and then adding the products together.
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