That is nothing but basic addition. You should know that, if you're older than 8.

Your question may have been "tongue in cheek", but those were the exact words I used when I was first introduced to algebra. I won't tell you what my reactions to "Trig" and "Cal".

A very smart man born in Persia. Who also contributed to geography, cartography, and astronomy. Whose name inspired the word Algorithm, which defines how everything works in the modern day from the traffic lights outside your house to the inner workings of your electronics.

That would be the Greeks.

Write what is given as an equation and then solve the equation:

3(7-x) = x + 11

No ... I did enough math homework in school, and I now get paid for it ... So do your own.

I assume you know that does not refer to an actual number.

A gazillion has a bazallion zeros.

3.5 x 2 x ? = 36

(3.5 x 2) ? = 36

(7) ? = 36

? = 36/7

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Walter I was not too hot with Algebra so I asked an expert (a sixth grader) and she suggested this web site:

810 cubic centimeters equals 49.5 cubic inches.

A box in cube shape would have sides equal to approximately 3.7 inches.

A jeweler might sell you a large ring and put it in a box that size.

From the Internet---

*The Fundamental Principle of Counting:*

*If something can be chosen, or can happen, or be done, in m different ways, and, after that has happened, something else can be chosen in n different ways, then the number of ways of choosing both of them is *

*m ยท n.*

Each entry came result in 4 exits.

There are 5 entries.

4 X 5 = 20

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