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If you multiply me by 7, add 1, and then divide by 4,you get 9. What number am I?

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  1. (7n + 1)/4 = 9
    7n + 1 = 36
    7n = 35
    n = ?

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  2. Right.

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  3. the answer is 36

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  4. If you multiply me by 7 add 1 and then divide by 4 you get 9 what number is it?

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  5. 36

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  6. Please explain step by step
    Thank you

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  7. I'm in 4th grade and I don't know. Teach Me!

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  8. I don't get this my riddle is... if u mulitpy me by 7 Add1 anddivide me by 4 you get seven what number am I? Pls respond before tw

    4-11-18

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  9. how is it 36

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  10. 36

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  11. 7n+1/4 = 9
    Is the same as 7n+1/4 = 9/1
    Cross multiply
    7n+1 = 36
    Substract both sides by 1
    7n+1-1 = 36-1
    You end up with
    7n = 35
    divide both sides by 7
    7n/7=35/7
    You get
    n = 5

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  12. I love it and you rock

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  13. Now what is 1ⁿ00000000000000+³3333333333³33333333333333

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  14. 36?

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  15. The answer is 5!

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  16. Why cant i figured this out it makes me mad

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  17. 36 or 5

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  18. 7815675547654465545654 + 6755657466546544565457546554?

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  19. its 5 i did it on paper

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  20. poo

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  21. It’s 5 I did it on my calculator

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  22. Does anyone know the answer to this question?: If you multiply me by 7 add 1 and then divide me by 4 you would get 9. What number am I?

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  23. its 5 due to 5x7=35+1=36 divided by 4=9 so the answer is 5

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  24. it is 5 and this is poo it is on my homework :(

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