How do you break down and solve 5g-7 if g = 9


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Answer: Ok. pug 9 in for g.

this means you now have 5 times 9. what ever this is you subtract 7 from it .

so 45-7= 38

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The sum of three consecutive numbers is one hundred thirty five . What is the smallest of the three numbers ?


The smallest of the three numbers is 44.

What is an equation?

In mathematics, an equation is a formula that expresses the equality of two expressions, by connecting them with the equals sign =.

Given that, the sum of three consecutive numbers is one hundred thirty five.

Let the three consecutive numbers are x, x+1 and x+2.

Now, x+x+1+x+2=135




So, the smallest number is 44.

Therefore, the smallest of the three numbers is 44.

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X+ (x+1) + (x+2) =135 is the way you would write the expression, x being the smallest number. Simplify the side of the equation with the variables so that its 3x + 3=135. Next, subtract 3 on both sides so that 3x=132. Next, isolate x by dividing both sides by 3 so that x=44. Check your work by substituting 44 in for x so that 44+45+46=135.

Is 3x=4 a linear function


No that is no question

Hector is visiting a cousin who lives 350 miles away. He has driven 90 miles. How many more miles does he need to drive to reach his cousins home ?


90, to get back home, his cousin's can walk. lol
Tis is simple, not a long hard answer, 350-90=260


What is the solution to the equation 1.2m − 0.8 = −2.0m?


First we need to combine all the 'm'

-1.2m        -1.2m

-0.8=-3.2m     then divide
----    ------
-3.2    -3.2


I hope I've helped!
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