math correction
 👍 0
 👎 0
 👁 112
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

math,algebra
can someone correct this for me: Translate the following statements into inequalities. Let x represent the number in each case. 2 times a number, increased by 28, is less than or equal to 6 times that number. My answer: 2x+28
asked by jasmine20 on December 21, 2006 
algebra
how do i translate this to a inequalities 2 times a number increased by 28 is less then or equal to 6 times that number 2x + 28
asked by stumped on April 24, 2007 
math
Translate the following statement into an algebraic equation. Let x represent the number. 9 more than 10 times a number is 5 times that same number.
asked by veronica on May 7, 2007 
Math correction
(1)Translate the following statement into an algebraic equation. Lex x represent the number. 12 less than 5 times a number is 18 my answer: 5x  12 = 18 (#2) 4 times a number, increased by 9, is 17. Find the number. My answer: 4x
asked by jasmine20 on January 11, 2007 
math
Translate the following into an algebraic espression and set up the related equation. Let y be the unknown number. Some number minus 6 is equal to the number times 17 Translate "the number times 17"
asked by Anonymous on September 16, 2015 
algebra trying again
Translate the following statement into an algebraic equaion. Let x represent the number. 6 times a number is 14 more than that number. I got 6x=x+14 Is this correct
asked by Christi on December 17, 2007 
Algebra
Translate the following statement into an algebraic equaion. Let x represent the number. 6 times a number is 14 more than that number. I got 6x=x+14 is that right?
asked by Christi on December 17, 2007 
Algebra 1A
Translate Two dollars plus four cents times the number of minutes in part into a symbolic rule. Use c to represent the total monthly cost and n to represent the total number of longdistance minutes for the month.
asked by Peter on December 2, 2009 
Algebra 1A
Translate Two dollars plus four cents times the number of minutes in part into a symbolic rule. Use c to represent the total monthly cost and n to represent the total number of longdistance minutes for the month.
asked by Mike on December 4, 2009 
math 116
Translate. Let x represent the unknown number. Two more than four times a number is the same as six. The way I would solve this would be: 6=2+4x 62=2+4x2 4=4x 4/4=4x/4 1=x is this right?
asked by meshelle on January 19, 2009