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Question

Unknown Numbers Consider the following problem. O...

Unknown Numbers Consider the following problem. One number is \(3\) less than six times a second number: Their sum is \(46\) . Find the numbers. If \(x\) represents the second number, which equation is correct for solving this problem? A. \(46 - ( x + 3 ) = 6 x\) B. \(( 3 - 6 x ) + x = 46\) C. \(46 - ( 3 - 6 x ) = x\) D. \(( 6 x - 3 ) + x = 46\)

Answer

\(D\)

Solution
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