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Will Medal!Answer ASAP!!!! Please Help! 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

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

  2. jessie13
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    100?

  3. anonymous
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    yes

  4. anonymous
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    m=100

  5. jessie13
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    what about the other ones?

  6. anonymous
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    do you know how do do number 5

  7. jessie13
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    N o!

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

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

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

  11. anonymous
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    yes what dang said

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Yes! Tricky wording on that problem.

  13. anonymous
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    haha sorry

  14. jessie13
    • one year ago
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    okay what about 1,3,4?

  15. anonymous
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    you go to connections academy?

  16. jessie13
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    nope!

  17. anonymous
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    k

  18. anonymous
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    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?

  19. jessie13
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    IDK

  20. anonymous
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    jessie are you freshman

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    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.

  22. jessie13
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    nope

  23. jessie13
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    @gmaalouf

  24. anonymous
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    ok but do you understand variables

  25. jessie13
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    kinda!

  26. anonymous
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    well look at dangs comment

  27. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    that explains

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

  29. jessie13
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    so the answer for #1 is true?

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

  31. anonymous
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    what do you think? yes or no

  32. jessie13
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    ya my final answer is false!

  33. anonymous
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    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.

  34. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    jessie try number 4

  35. jessie13
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    okay!

  36. anonymous
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    what do you think it is?

  37. jessie13
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    I think its true?

  38. anonymous
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    yup

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

  40. jessie13
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    okay 3 i dont get it!

  41. anonymous
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    do you know what more stands for?

  42. jessie13
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    greater

  43. anonymous
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    ok what about product

  44. jessie13
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    result of multiplying

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

  46. anonymous
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    so do you think its true or false

  47. anonymous
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    does it make sense

  48. jessie13
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    True?

  49. anonymous
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    yes

  50. jessie13
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    okay thanks!

  51. anonymous
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    Jessie, knocking it out!

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