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Which of the following represents "four times the square of a number is thirty-six"?
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User: Which of the following represents "four times the square of a number is thirty-six"?

Weegy: 4x^2 = 36 represents "four times the square of a number is thirty-six".
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User: If a hypothesis is supported by several experiments, it may become a(n) _____. law theory fact educated guess

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If a hypothesis is supported by several experiments, it may become a: THEORY.
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2x = 15 + x
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Updated 1/4/2016 10:29:15 AM
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2x = 15 + x;

2x - x = 15;

x = 15
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Solve for x. 9x - 1 = -11
Weegy: A.x= -1.1/9 (More)
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9x - 1 = -11;

9x = -11 + 1;

9x = -10;

x = -10/9
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3x = -39
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3x = -39;

x = -39/3;

x = -13
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8(x + 1) - 3(x + 4) = 7(2 - x)
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8(x + 1) - 3(x + 4) = 7(2 - x)
5x - 4 = -7x + 14
5x - 4 = -7x + 14 + 7x
12x - 4 = 14
12x = 14 + 4
12x = 18
x = 18/12
x = 3/2
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