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X - 6 translates as "a number subtracted from 6."
True
False
2: One hundred is the solution of the equation m - 61 = 39.
True
False
3: 4b + 19 can be translated as "nineteen more than the product of 4 and a number."
True
False
4: "Five times a number" can be written as 5x.
True
False
5: To solve 38 = 6x - 16, you would subtract 16 and then divide by 6.
True
False

- jessie13

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- anonymous

for number 2 do 61+39
then you get m alone

- jessie13

100?

- anonymous

yes

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- anonymous

m=100

- jessie13

what about the other ones?

- anonymous

do you know how do do number 5

- jessie13

N o!

- anonymous

ok for number 5 you have to subtract first then divide
true

- anonymous

Not true, it's -16 you'd add 16 to both sides to get 0

- anonymous

no you have to cancel out the 16 not actually subtract it

- anonymous

yes what dang said

- anonymous

Yes! Tricky wording on that problem.

- anonymous

haha sorry

- jessie13

okay what about 1,3,4?

- anonymous

you go to connections academy?

- jessie13

nope!

- anonymous

k

- anonymous

You know variables now? So think about number 1, If I say X = 10 and you plug it in, what would you do to solve it?

- jessie13

IDK

- anonymous

jessie are you freshman

- anonymous

That's ok I'm helping yea! we replace x with 10 like so
\[10 - 6 = 4\]
So what we did was remove 6 from some number, not remove some number from 6.

- jessie13

nope

- jessie13

@gmaalouf

- anonymous

ok but do you understand variables

- jessie13

kinda!

- anonymous

well look at dangs comment

- anonymous

that explains

- anonymous

We don't want to just tell you flat out! That removes the fun of learning, but I'll be here to help yea.

- jessie13

so the answer for #1 is true?

- anonymous

Did I subtract "some number" from 6 or did I 6 from "some number"? "some number in this case being x.

- anonymous

what do you think? yes or no

- jessie13

ya my final answer is false!

- anonymous

I agree with your conclusion! Let's look at the next one and see if you can reason some of it out. It helps to type out or say your thoughts out loud at times.

- anonymous

jessie try number 4

- jessie13

okay!

- anonymous

what do you think it is?

- jessie13

I think its true?

- anonymous

yup

- anonymous

I agree with your conclusion here too! If I say x = 2, you would multiply it by 5! Nice job.

- jessie13

okay 3 i dont get it!

- anonymous

do you know what more stands for?

- jessie13

greater

- anonymous

ok what about product

- jessie13

result of multiplying

- anonymous

so 19+(more) the product of 4 and a number

- anonymous

so do you think its true or false

- anonymous

does it make sense

- jessie13

True?

- anonymous

yes

- jessie13

okay thanks!

- anonymous

Jessie, knocking it out!

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