Algebra

posted by Raven

The units digit of a two-digit number is two more than four times the tens digit. When the digits are reversed, the new number is thirteen more than three times the original number. What is the original number?

  1. Ms. Sue

    16

  2. Raven

    How did you get this answer (what are the steps involved)?

  3. Ms. Sue

    Two more than four times more than the tens digit
    The tens digit cannot be 2, so it must be 1.

  4. Raven

    What are the algebraic equations you used to find this answer?

  5. Ms. Sue

    I didn't use any algebraic equations.

  6. Raven

    Oh, well...do you think you'd be able to come up with any?

  7. Ms. Sue

    Please repost your question and ask for an algebraic equation that will solve it. Perhaps a math tutor can help you.

  8. Ms. Sue

    4x + 2 < 9

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