TSI Math: Identifying Numerical Terms to Write an Equation
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Which of the following equations is equivalent to the statement "the quotient of 10 and a number is equal to the sum of twice that number and 13"?
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by acts will call that number It could be any
letter but we like acts it's the letter of pirates
Why not Anyway twice The mystery number is two x
so the sum of twice a number and thirteen is
two x plus thirteen thie given statement is thus equivalent
to ten divided by ax equals two x plus thirteen
that's it it's c as in higher maybe See you 00:00:44.266 --> [endTime] later