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8 times the sum of a number and 5

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  1. ash2326
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    @box1234 I showed you in previous question how to do. Could you try?

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  2. box1234
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    Yes i can try.

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  3. Jlastino
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    "times" sigals multiplication "sum" signals addition

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  4. ash2326
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    Yeah try , I'll wait for you:D

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  5. Emmy82650
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    Think of the question but put symbols in it, and think of what you need to do first. (If I'm not being confusing)

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  6. box1234
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    Thanks for waiting :D

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  7. box1234
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    Hey ash, This one is really hard. Can you show me how to do it?r

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  8. ash2326
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    8 times the sum of a number and 5 This implies that we have to find sum of number and 5 and then multiply it by 8 Let the number be x so sum of number and 5= x+5 We have to multiply this whole by 8. So we'll need brackets (x+5) Let's multiply now We get \[\huge 8 \times (x+5)\]

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    http://openstudy.com/users/box1234#/updates/4f8af7eae4b09e61bffc4e25 Did you understand this question?

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  10. box1234
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    abdul_shabeer No, I didn't understand this question. :(

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  11. ash2326
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    @box1234 Did you understand this one?

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  12. box1234
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    Which question?

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  13. ash2326
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    This one!!

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  14. box1234
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    Yes, I do now(: Thanks to you. :D

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  15. ash2326
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    Try that one now!!

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  16. box1234
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    Okay(:

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