Its math, cmon answer!!!

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This is my HW problem;

I'm thinking of a number. When I double my number, subtract five, and then add my original number, I get one. What's my number?

  • Its math, cmon answer!!! -

    cmon its 2

  • Its math, cmon answer!!! -

    2n-5 +n=1
    3n=6
    n=2

  • Its math, cmon answer!!! -

    Andrew guess what, I was a tid bit busy. So spare the tude. thanks Bobpursley.

  • Its math, cmon answer!!! -

    Sarah -- you posted this question three times in 13 minutes. It's not surprising that your demanding "tude" in this post raised andrew's hackles.

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