How do I go about solving this problem.

How do I go about solving this problem.

How do I go about solving this problem.

Twice the square of a positive integer is 12 less than 10 times that integer. What is the integer?

pls include explanation

I need to solve with an operation and Sentance

The sum of a number, n, and nine is twelve less than four times the number.

Find 4 consecutive integers such that twice the sum of the two largest integers is 91 more than 3 times the first integer.

i don't know a lot about the question honestly. so whatever answers you have would really help me out here that would be great.

From 7th grade Go Math workbook 2.2.

It's a integer problem please help me.

I'm so confused I don't know what to do please someone please help me

their is nothen more to add

This a question in class that I don't understand. Bla Bla Loool LoooL dont ming this because this is a saver

Please hurry

The quotient, of the product 25 and an unknown number, and 45 is -65

find the smallest positive integer,N, such that the product of 135 and N is a perfect square.

We have to use math words and I think it's cu e root but please help me.

adding & subtracting integers

A positive integer is 3 more than twice a smaller positive integer. If the product of the two integers is equal to six times the larger, then find the integers.

I do not get this one at all. If you could please explain this thoroughly I would greatly appreciate it. It is for a summer prealgebra class I am taking to get ahead.

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