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High School Mathematics
10.1 Finding The Value of X

Example:
If a number is increased by 6, the result is 15 find the number.
Solution:
Let the number be x
Increasing x by 6 we get, x + 6, the result is 15, that is
x + 6 = 15
Subtract 6 from both sides, we get,
x + 6 - 6 = 15 - 6
x = 9
Therefore, the number is 9.

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High School Mathematics
10.1 Finding The Value of X

Q 1: If a number is decreased by 8, the result is 15 find the number.
27
25
21
23

Q 2: Solve, x + 7 = 15.
7
15
8
22

Q 3: Solve, x - 15 = 21.
21
36
15
6

Q 4: If twice a number is equal to 28, find the number.
14
12
8
6

Q 5: If a number is increasing by 15, the result is 36, find the number.
23
21
26
28

Q 6: If a number is devided by 7, the result is 3 find the number.
15
3
21
7

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