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The age of a man and the age of his daughter differ by 23 years and the sum of their ages is 41 years.
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A whole number is increased by 7 and the new number so obtained is multiplied by 5 the result is 45 Find the number.
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One fourth of a number added to one- sixth of itself is 15. Find the number.
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A natural number decreased by 7 is 12 Find the number.
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When three consecutive natural numbers are added the sum is 66 find the numbers.
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When two consecutive natural numbers are added the sum is 31 find the numbers.
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The difference between the ages of Gopal and his father is 26 years.
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The age of a man is 27 years more than the age of his son.
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A number is increased by 26 and the new number obtained is divided by 3.
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A number is increased by 12 and the new number obtained is multiplied by 5.
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Two-fifths of a number subtracted from three-fourths of it gives 56 find the number.
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One-fourth of a number added to two- seventh of it gives 135 find the number.
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A number decreased by 8 equals 26 find the number.
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A number increased by 17 becomes 54. Find the number.
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Solve : 3 (2x + 1) -2 (x - 5) -5 (5 - 2x) = 16
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Solve : (5x - 3) 4 = 3
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Solve : 5 (x - 2) -2 (x + 2) = 3
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Solve : 3 (x + 5) = 18
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Solve : 6y + 3 = 2y + 11
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Solve : 7x – 3x + 2 = 22
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