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### Answered:What is 4x-7x +5x =

Assume X represents an apple: Allen gave you 4 apples, Shon gave you 5 apples, and Andy took 7 apples, how many apples remain ? I hope you agree that the answer is 2 (Mathematically it reads 2X) Note that Give = plus (cause it adds to stock) and Take = minus (cause it reduces your stock)

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2/2 + 1 = 2

### Answered:How to solve: (x + 6) -1 (2x + 7) -3x = -9

Hi Lisa (x + 6) -1*(2x + 7) -3x = -9 X + 6 -2X -7 -3X = -9 -4X -1 = -9 4X = 8 X = 2 Let us check uf the answer is correct (put 2 instead of X and check if it balances: (2+ 6) -1 (2*2 + 7) -3*2 = -9 8 -1*( 4 +7) -6 = -9 8 -11 -6 = -9 -9 = -9 Yes it balnces. So the answer is OK. If ...

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### What is the equation of the line (axis) of symmetry for this graph? 7

Y = X^2 + 6X -7 The derivative is Y' = 2X +6 0 = 2x + 6 X=-3 The line (axis) of symetry is X = -3 (a vertical line at X = -3) you can reach to the same answer using b/2a = -6/2 (ax^2 +bx + c)

### 20+(10-:-2+20)x2=

Hi, If it is -10 than -10 : -2 = +5 and the answer is different: 20 + (-10 : -2 + 20) * 2 = 20 + (5 + 20) * 2 = 20 + 25 * 2 = 20 + 50 = 70 Again, it all depends if it is -10 (minus 10) !. Best regards,