Score: The product of 8 and the sum of 4 and a number is 112. What is the number? Which equation could be used to solve for the number? 8 + 4n = 112 8 x 4 + n = 112 8(4 + n) = 112
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User: Score: The product of 8 and the sum of 4 and a number is 112. What is the number? Which equation could be used to solve for the number? 8 + 4n = 112 8 x 4 + n = 112 8(4 + n) = 112

Weegy: The product of 8 and the sum of 4 and a number is 112. The equation that could be used to solve for the number is: 8(4+n)=112. To solve: 8(4+n)=112; 32+8n=112; 8n=112-32; 8n=80; n=80/8; n=10
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User: Ralph is 3 times as old as Sara. In 6 years, Ralph will be only twice as old as Sara will be then. Find Ralph's age now. Which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem? 3x+ 2x x+ 6 = 2(3x+ 6) 3x+ 6 = 2(x+ 6) 3x+ 6 = 2x+ 6

Weegy: c.3x + 6 = 2(x + 6). Ralph is 18 now, Sara 6 now.
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User: If 5 liters of a solution are 20% acid, how much of the solution is acid? 0.2 liters 1 liter 2 liters

User: Solve for x. 3(x + 5) - 2(x + 2) = 20 1 9 13

User: Which of the following equations has no solution? 3x + 1 = 2x + 1 3x + 1 = 3x + 1 3x + 1 = 3x + 2

Weegy: 3x + 1 = 2x + 1
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User: 3x - 5x + 8x + x = 42 6 7 8

Weegy: 3x - 5x + 8x + x = 42

-2x + 9x = 42

7x = 42

x = 6

User: What is the percent of decrease on an item that went from \$25 to \$20? 20% 25% 80%

Weegy: 20 / 25 = 0.8 So 20 is 80% of 25. Therefore the percentage decrease it (100 - 80) percent, i.e. 20%.
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User: Simplify 1 · x - . 0 1 x

Weegy: ((3 / 5) * 0.6) - ((2 / 3) * 0.15) = 0.26 Thanks for asking Weegy.
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User: Solve for n. -53 + n = -28 -35 -25 25 35

Weegy: -53 + n = -28, add 53 to both sides, n = 25. The answer is 25.
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User: Which of the following represents "ten times the sum of a number and fourteen is equal to nine times the number"? 10(N + 14) = 9N 10(9N + 14) = N 10(N + 9N) = 14

Weegy: a.10(N + 14) = 9N
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User: -3x = -15 x = -5 x = 5 x = -45

Weegy: A. X=-5
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User: 5x - 1 = 26 x = 27/5 x = 5 x = -5

Weegy: 5x - 1 = 26; 5x = 27; x = 27/5. The answer is A. x = 27/5
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User: Solve for x. = -5 x = 5/2 x = -5/2 x = -10

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If 5 liters of a solution are 20% acid, the amount of solution that is acid is: 5*20% = 5*0.2 = 1 liter.
Confirmed by jeifunk [6/9/2014 10:56:33 PM]
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3(x + 5) - 2(x + 2) = 20
3x + 15 - 2x - 4 = 20
x + 11 = 20
x = 20 - 11
x = 9
Confirmed by jeifunk [6/9/2014 10:56:48 PM]
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3x + 1 = 3x + 2 has no solution.
3x + 1 = 3x + 2
3x - 3x = 2 - 1
0 = 1 which is a false statement.
There is no solution for the equation 3x + 1 = 3x + 2
Confirmed by jeifunk [6/9/2014 10:56:56 PM]
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-3x = -15
x = -15/-3
x = 5
Confirmed by jeifunk [6/9/2014 10:57:07 PM]

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