Here we go yall @phi @e.mccormick
This one seems decently easy so i will work it out also
what is answer?
wait i don't understand how they are wording it?
3.5 * 3.5
no wait. Let me write it out, because it is trickier than I first thought The product 3.5 times the quantity 3.5 more than a number n is 73.5 It is "understood" that when people write the quantity ..... they mean put parens around the phrase that follows "the quantity" in other words, we read it as The product 3.5 times the quantity (3.5 more than a number n ) is 73.5
okay fwew thats what i was thinking, is that correct?
The product 3.5 times the quantity (3.5 more than a number n ) is 73.5 Here is how I would do it The product 3.5 times becomes 3.5 * the quantity (3.5 more than a number n ) becomes (3.5 more than n) or (3.5+n) is becomes ? 73.5 stays as is can you glue that together?
\[3.5(3.5+n)=73.5\] it looks right to me, but i could be wrong
yes give it a try
and i got that x=17.5 if my equation is correct
it was right !!! okay i have 2 more
1 sec i got this in the bag lol
I got: 40+(4.50 * p)= 112 p=16
1 more, and it doesn't appear horribly hard so i will give it my best go haha
I got 4(44-2)=64
woops i mean 4(44-a)=64
yes, you are getting the idea on this
I PASSED !!! omg im gonna have to go celebrate, thank you so so much !!!!! @phi
and thanks for not just telling me the answer, i truly prefer to learn how to do it without hte help of other :3