# math

posted by .

the letters g and g stand for numbers. if g + 9=h + 9, what is true about g and h?

• math -

g=h

## Similar Questions

1. ### maths

we use algebra, the letters stand for numbers + the letters are short for words can you give me answers
2. ### math

a book club assigns to each member a membership number that consists of 2 letters followed by 4 numbers. how many different membership numbers are possible. tne membership numbers look like XXxxxx where X are letters and x are letters.
3. ### For Ms. Sue

What if the pentagonal prism net is on grid paper?
4. ### math

in roman numerals, letters represent numbers. for example, I=1,V=5,X=10,L=50,C=100. letters in roman numerals are written next to each other; this is how the value of the number is shown. to read the numbers below, add the values of …
5. ### Career

23. Few, if any skills can be used in more than one job situation. (1 point)True False 24. It is possible to have some skills that you do not actually enjoy very much. (1 point)True False 25. When talking about job skills, the letters …
6. ### Career

23. Few, if any skills can be used in more than one job situation. (1 point)True False 24. It is possible to have some skills that you do not actually enjoy very much. (1 point)True False 25. When talking about job skills, the letters …
7. ### Career

23. Few, if any skills can be used in more than one job situation. True False *** 24. It is possible to have some skills that you do not actually enjoy very much. True *** False 25. When talking about job skills, the letters TIP stand …
8. ### Math

Substitute numbers for the letters to make the equation true. Same letter has the same number. Different letters have different numbers. x + x + y = 20 y + a - y = 9 y + x = 13
9. ### probability and statistics

how many different plate numbers can be made using the letters A,B and numbers 0,1,2,3 if each must contain 2 letters and 3 numbers.
10. ### geography

Serial numbers for a product are to be made using 3 letters followed by 4 numbers. If the letters are to be taken from the first 8 letters of the alphabet with repeats possible and the numbers are taken from the digits 0 through 9 …

More Similar Questions