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posted by Jeffrey

Repeat the following procedure for the four given numbers.
Add 7
.
Double the result. Subtract 4
.
Divide by 2. Subtract the original selected number.
The 1st number is 1
.

The result is 5
.
The 2nd number is 4
.

The result is 5
.
The 3rd number is 7
.

The result is 5
.
The 4th number is 10
.

The result is 5
.
a. Write a conjecture that relates the result of the process to the original number selected. 

  1. Joseph Fraijo

    Repeat the following procedure for the four given numbers.?
    Add7, double the result. Subtract 2. Divide by 2. Subtract the oringinal number

  2. Jane

    5n

  3. Anonymous

    When I added number to another number four times, the big result is 30?

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