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How do you add and subtract integers with similar sides and dissimilar sides?

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2013-06-04 20:15:33

Integers do not have sides so the question does not make sense.

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Algebraically, X = integers. X + (X + 1) = 237 gather all terms on the left 2X + 1 = 237 subtract 1 from each side 2X = 236 divide both sides integers by 2 X = 118 --------------so, X + 1 = 119 ----------------so, The two consecutive integers that = 237 are 118 and 119 -------------------

Yes. When you subtract two, you get two congruent sides.

Let x be the smallest of the consecutive odd integers. Since consecutive odd integers differ by 2, we havex + (x + 2) + (x + 4) + (x + 6) = -2204x + 12 = -220 (subtract 12 to both sides)4x = -232 (divide by 4 to both sides)x = -58Thus, the four consecutive odd integers whose sum is -220 are -58, -56, -54, and -52.

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Well, you simply add or subtract whatever it is from both sides.Example: 5x-2=3. You subtract -2 from both sides, and you get 5x=5. This is cross-cancellation.

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