Math
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.
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Jeffrey

Repeat the following procedure for the four given numbers.?
Add7, double the result. Subtract 2. Divide by 2. Subtract the oringinal number
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5n
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When I added number to another number four times, the big result is 30?
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