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If the replacement set is the set of natural numbers, solve. x – 5 < 0
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The numerator of a fraction is 5 less than its denominator.
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Find a number such that when 5 is subtracted from 5 times the number the result is 4 more than twice the number.
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The difference between the squares of two consecutive numbers is 31.
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Find the number whose double is 45 greater than its half.
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The ages of A and B are in the ratio 7 : 5.
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The sum of two numbers is 405 and their ratio is 8 : 7.
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The sum of two numbers is 4500.
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A man sold an article for 7396 and gained 10% on it.
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After 12 years I shall be 3 times as old as 1 was 4 years ago.
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solve :(1/3)x – 6 = 5/2
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The present age of a man is twice that of his son.
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If the same number be added to the numbers 5, 11, 15 and 31, the resulting numbers are in proportion.
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Three consecutive whole numbers are such that if they be divided by 5, 3 and 4 respectively the sum of the quotients is 40.
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Two consecutive natural numbers are such that one-fourth of the smaller exceeds one-fifth of the greater by 1.
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The difference of two numbers is 3 and the difference of their squares is 69.
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A man completed a trip of 136 km in 8 hours.
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A man is 42 years old and his son is 12 years old.
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A man’s age is three times that of his son and in twelve years he will be twice as old as his son would be.
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The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 57.
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