First lets work out the equation m(x+3)
Now let's add 5 to x:
So, the answer is increases by 5m
The answer is A, it increases by 5m. Please vote brainliest!
Since you don't know the product, it's impossible to come up with something that's not an equation. However, the problem is basically telling you that the problem, 3 times X, increased by (added) 5 to the product.
A number X is increased by 5, means that you are adding 5 to the number x, which is written as x +5.
Then that needs to be less than -16, so the full equation becomes:
x + 5 < -16
D) y also increases by 5
The properties of equality say that when you add a number to one side of an equation, you must also add the same number to the other side of the equation. Here, when x increases by 5, y also increases by 5.
There are no options, but I can say that in the equation in the form of
f(x) = mx + d, if m (the slope) is -20/5, or -4, then the situation shown will be true.
You just need to express X raised by five in algebraic notation.
i think that right let me know...:/
a number x increased by 5, so it will be x + 5 and is in math means equals to so it becomes