• daisie_duke
When the product of 6 and the square of a number is increased by 5 times the number, the result is 4. Which equation represents this situation?
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  • anonymous
Hey @daisie_duke, you have posted in the wrong section, you should post this in the mathematics section which can be found here: http://openstudy.com/study#/groups/mathematics For your question, try to think of what product and the square of a number means, if you need more help please don't hesitate to ask!

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