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11th grade Algebra

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A number is multiplied by -3 and then this product is decreased by 7. The result is 4 less than twice the opposite of the number. what is the number?

  • 11th grade Algebra - ,

    -3/5 because -3x - 4= 2x-4

  • 11th grade Algebra - ,

    what is the form y=mx +b for C = {(x, y): (6, 15), (8, 21), (10, 27)

  • 11th grade Algebra - ,

    The answer to this question is -3. The equations work out to be -3n-7=-2n-4, and then you can just work it out for yourself.

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