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4 more than a number is 16

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x+4=16 x=16-4=12
think about it this way... 4 MORE means 4 +... so number is not given which means it is an unknown value.. x.. so you have 4+x now... and it says it IS 16... which means =16. so you have 4 more (4+) than a number (x) is 16 (=16) put it al together and u get 4+x=16 so now you solve for x... what do u get?? or do u need to solve for x?

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A. 4 + 16 = n B. 4 × n = 16 C. n - 4 = 16 D. n + 4 = 16 2. Which of the followi
D. n+4=16 cuz the unknown variable can be anything. do u understand?
yup :) just remember to use key words.
7 less than a number is 16 A. B. C. D.
do the same thing... what do u think?
**same thing as the last one

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