MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

the sum of three consecutive even integers is 6 subtracted from 4 times the middle number. Find the 3 numbers

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Answer 1
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The three consecutive even integers are 4,6,8

Step-by-step explanation:

Let the three consecutive even integers be  2x, 2x+2, 2x + 4

Middle number = 2x +2

2x + 2x+2 + 2x + 4 = 4* (2x+2) - 6

6x + 6 = 4*2x + 4*2 - 6

6x + 6 = 8x + 8 -6

6x + 6 = 8x + 2

6x - 8x = 2 -6

-2x = -4

x = -4/-2

x = 2

The three consecutive even integers are  

2x = 2*2 = 4

2x+2 = 2*2 +2 =4 + 2 = 6

2x + 4 = 2*2+4 = 4+4 = 8


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Juliana is not certain of which pizza to order. She can have the medium or large size pizza, with thin or thick dough; replace the regular with hot or garlic sauce; add one topping if she'd like of mushrooms, onions, peppers or pepperoni. How many different pizzas can Juliana eventually order?

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There are 48 different pizzas that Juliana can order.

How many different pizzas can Juliana eventually order?

First, we need to identify the selections.

Here the selections (and the number of options for each) are:

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You have two jobs. one job pays $8 per hour and the other pays $6 per hour. you worked 20 hours total last week and earned $136. how many hours did you work at each job?

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The question being the case, the equation is: 8x + 6y = 136.
Where x is the number of hours spent on job A and y is the number of house spent on job B. Now to solve for both variables.
Notice that if you add x and y, you should get a total of 20 hours so x + y = 20.
To get x, x = 20 - y. Replace the answer on the original equation gives you 8(20-y) + 6y = 136. 
160 - 8y + 6y = 136
160 - 2y = 136
-2y = 136 - 160
-2y = -24
Solve for y by dividing both sides of this equation by -2 to get y:
y = 12
Replace y on the x + y = 20 equation to get x.
x + 12 = 20
x = 20 = 12
x = 8

Therefore:
x = 8 hours on job A
y = 12 hours on job B

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What is the inverse operation of division? A. Subtraction
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