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Choose a number. Multiply by 2. Add 6 to the product. Divide by 2. Then subtract 3. What is the answer? Repeat this process using two different numbers.

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  1. start with x. The value after each step is listed below

    x
    2x
    2x+6
    (2x+6)/2 = x+3
    x+3-3 = x

    you always get your original number.

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  2. 2
    2(2)
    4+6
    10/2
    5-3
    2
    Daniel, How Does This Work

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  3. Express the given​ Hindu-Arabic numeral in expanded form.

    58315831

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