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1.)A number decreased by 32 is -58. Find the number. 2.) The product of 14 and n is -28. Write the algebraic equation 3.)Four times a certain number is the same as the number increased by 78. Find the number. 4.) A blue bike is $14 less than a red bike. The sum of their prices is $300. How much is the red bike? 5.) Alex is six years older than his sister, Emma. The sum of their ages is 32. How old is Alex? 6.)Mrs. Computer is 3 times older than her daughter, Mousy. The sum of their ages is 52> How old is Mousy? 7.)Mike is 5 years more than twice as old as Tom. The sum of the

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  1. me5050
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    cant get it**

  2. BurrDaBoss
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    1. -26 2. n=-2 That's all i know for now :D

  3. me5050
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    hey it helps! :) thanks for your help

  4. BurrDaBoss
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    3. 19.5 (I'm re-checking my answer on that one so be CAUTION) 4.$164 for blue bike 5.22 yrs. old (Alex) 6.... i need time to do that. 7. I don't see the question.

  5. me5050
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    Mike is 5 years more than twice as old as Tom. The sum of their ages is 65. How old is Mike? and thankyou so much for the other ones :)

  6. me5050
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    so the red bike would be $136?

  7. BurrDaBoss
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    Yup , and For 6 and 7 I',m gonna ask my sister she's in college :)

  8. me5050
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    lol. aww well thanks, I appreciate it!!!

  9. BurrDaBoss
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    Your welcome ! :D

  10. me5050
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    Im going to close this, and im going to open another question so if you do figure out 6 and 7 try to get me on my other question. But if not then its cool, youve already done some ;)

  11. BurrDaBoss
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    ok .

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