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1. If the product of 5 and the sum of 10 and a certain number is equal to 15, what is the number? 2. The sum of two consecutive counting numbers divided by their positive difference is 9. Find the larger numbers.

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  1. 5(10 + n) = 15
    50 + 5n = 15
    5n = -35
    n = ?

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  2. n=35/5
    7

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  3. sorry wrong solution
    5n=-35
    n=-35/5
    n=-7

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