Kirito is thinking of a number, if you

2022-02-26 Answered
Kirito is thinking of a number, if you add 7, multiply it by 6, subtract 18, and divide 2 theresult is 57. What is Kirito's number.
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Answered 2022-03-10 Author has 368 answers





Let r = the number

So, there are a few choices and unique solutions:

I. [(r+7)618]/2=57









r=15 Or,

II. r+7618/2=57




r=24 Or,

III. r+(7618)/2=57








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