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Determine the value of 3 (x + 4) - 7 when x = 9.
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User: Determine the value of 3 (x + 4) - 7 when x = 9.

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9 + - 4 ? 2

9 + (-4 x 2)

9 + -8 = 1


User: In a given training week, a swimmer completes 3/7 mile on day one, 2/3 mile on day two, and 1/2 mile on day three. How many total miles does the athlete swim in the given week?

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3 (x + 4) - 7 when x = 9.
3 (9 + 4) - 7
=(3)(13) - 7
=39 - 7
=32
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