## anonymous one year ago Six times the sum of a number and twelve is forty. Which equation represents this? 6N + 12N = 40 6N + 12 = 40 6(N + 12) = 40

1. mathstudent55

Why don't you try it one step at a time.

2. anonymous

6(N+12)=40

3. anonymous

srry all these dirrect answers ill post anouther...

4. mathstudent55

$$\bf Six ~times ~\color{red}{the ~sum ~of ~a ~number ~and ~twelve} ~is ~forty.$$ $$\bf ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\color{red}{~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~N + 12}$$

5. mathstudent55

$$\bf \color{green}{Six ~times} ~\color{red}{the ~sum ~of ~a ~number ~and ~twelve} ~is ~forty.$$ $$\bf ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\color{green}{6(} \color{red}{N + 12} \color{green}{)}$$ $$\bf \color{green}{Six ~times} ~\color{red}{the ~sum ~of ~a ~number ~and ~twelve} \color{blue}{~is ~forty.}$$ $$\bf ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\color{green}{6(} \color{red}{N + 12} \color{green}{)}\color{blue}{= 40}$$